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“Every hour during the EdArabFest there will be on-the-spot readings (in English) of short stories by Zakaria Tamer….”
“If you’re free, please find us in the The British Library Conference Centre, 96 Euston Road, London NW1 2DB.”
“Leading writers, including Hassan Abdulrazzak, whose play Love, Bombs & Apples will be staged at the Arcola Theatre (21-25 July), Nihad Sirees, focusing on Damascus, and Mo Mesrati, writing about Tripoli, discuss how their work reflects the changing urban experience, the creative license that fiction allows in the representation of place.”
A calendar of Arab and Arabic literary events in some form of translation.
If you have events you’d like to add, please email them in or add below: June 1 Discussion of Taha Hussein’s The Days (Boulder, USA) A book-group discussion of The Days: His Autobiography in Three Parts by Taha Hussein at the library… Read More ›
Events that touch on Arab and Arabic literatures happening around the world.
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Arab and Arabic literary events in some form of translation.
Instead of appearing at Amherst in person, Jordanian writer Hisham Bustani is now scheduled to appear via Skype.
Shubbak — London’s “window” on contemporary Arab culture — has revealed part of its 2015 lineup, which includes four scenes from a new opera based on Abdelrahman Munif’s seminal novel.
Arab and Arabic literature events in some sort of translation.