Two days and two interviews... Listen to Cynthia Weber tackle the difficult topic of what it means to be an American post-9/11 live on US national radio

Renowned scholar Cynthia Weber is certainly no stranger to tackling difficult subjects, have a listen to the author's latest interview, this time on the nationally syndicated US radio show Dresser After Dark. Weber definitely pulls no punches as she discusses the highly emotive subject of what it means to be an American post 9/11.

Follow this link to listen to the interview now.

You can also listen to Professor Weber's previous interview with the US radio host Bill LuMaye of News Radio 680 WPTF. During this interview she discusses her book and documentary project, I am an American: Filming the Fear of Difference,

Click here to listen to an MP3 of the broadcast


Cynthia Weber is Professor of International Relations at the University of Sussex and Co-Editor, International Feminist Journal of Politics. Her book I am an American: Filming the Fear of Difference is published by Intellect.

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