Shelina Kassam is a Ph.D. candidate in the Ontario Institute for Studies inEducation at the University of Toronto. Her dissertation addresses thecrystallization of the so-called ‘moderate Muslim voice’ in post-9/11Canada, and how this imagined figure reveals the contours of Canadiannational and citizenship landscape. She also explores the political, social,ideological and cultural implications and context behind such a figure. Sheis a Lecturer in the Division of Women and Gender Studies at the Universityof Toronto (Mississauga). She has also worked in the social justice andhuman rights not-for-profit sector for numerous years. She has also workedwith Muslim youth and teachers in educational settings in Canada andinternationally.