Iman Mersal discusses her astounding work of nonfiction, contemporary Egyptian womanhood, and how translation takes words ‘to new languages and homes’ with poet and writer Mona Kareem.
Iman Mersal discusses her astounding novel, contemporary Egyptian womanhood, and how translation takes words ‘to new languages and homes’ with poet and writer Mona Kareem.
On November 3rd at 4:30pm EDT, join The Common for the virtual launch of Issue 22!
This event is part of the 2021 Hong Kong International Literary Festival and brings together writers and translators of speculative fiction from Taiwan, South Korea, and Kuwait.
In this talk, Dr. Mona Kareem (Tufts Center for Humanities) will share with us her research project around modern literature in the Arab Gulf. Kareem's project applies a transnational framework around literature in the Gulf, assembling a multilingual body of writings that share a geography. She considers the potentials of
A lecture by Jokha Alharthi, Omani author and recipient of the 2019 International Booker Prize.
"What to The Slave is The Arabic Novel?" - A Talk with Dr. Mona Kareem, CHAT Postdoctoral Fellow.
Mona Kareem curates the Brooklyn Rail's 91st Radical Poetry Reading with Mirene Arsanios and Sara Elkamel.