Susanne Stadlbauer received her PhD in linguistics at the University of Colorado Boulder in 2012 after defending her dissertation, entitled Displaced Islamic Identities: Language, Time, and Space in a Post 9/11 America. Her research draws on an interdisciplinary field of sociocultural linguistics that focuses on language-in-interaction, identity politics, media studies, and media anthropology. She is currently a research fellow at the Center of Media, Religion, and Culture (CMRC) at the University of Colorado Boulder and adjunct faculty at the University of Wyoming’s department of anthropology. Her most recent research interest concerns the media discourse of and on self-identified Salafists after the 2011 Arab Spring. Dr. Stadlbauer moved to the United States from her native Germany to pursue her B.A. in linguistics at the University of California, Berkeley, and to join the University of Colorado at Boulder in 2004 for her graduate studies. For more information, visit Susanne’s website.