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Dr. Jack G. Shaheen is a writer and lecturer specializing in addressing racial and ethnic stereotypes. He is the author of Reel Bad Arabs (adapted to a 2006 documentary), The TV Arab (1984) and Arab and Muslim Stereotyping in American Popular Culture (1997). His work focuses on racism and orientalism, particularly in popular culture such as Hollywood films. He has given over 1,000 lectures on the issue across the United States and on three continents.
He is "a recipient of two Fulbright teaching awards, holds degrees from the Carnegie Institute of Technology, Pennsylvania State University, and the University of Missouri." He was also the "Distinguished Visiting Scholar at New York University’s Hagop Kevorkian Center for Near Eastern Studies." 
- Jack Shaheen to Discuss Stereotyping of Arabs in the Media
- "Jack Shaheen Biography". Michigan State University. Retrieved 16 February 2015.
- The Jack G. Shaheen Archive Comes to NYU
- Jack Shaheen: A life dedicated to fighting racism
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