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Diasporic Cartographies: Poetry by Nathalie Handal, Part II
This post is written by Dr. Elizabeth Saylor, Post-Doctoral Fellow at the Khayrallah Center for Lebanese Diaspora Studies. Nathalie Handal composed the poem "Letter from the Levant" expressly for Mashriq […]
Diasporic Cartographies: An Interview with Nathalie Handal
This post is written by Dr. Elizabeth Saylor, Post-Doctoral Fellow at the Khayrallah Center for Lebanese Diaspora Studies. This piece has been adapted from a longer interview with poet Nathalie […]
The Common Link: A Film by Laila Knio
The English Department, Film Studies, The Honors Program and the Khayrallah Center are proud to announce the first in a pair of related screenings of Honor Student Laila Knio’s documentary, THE COMMON LINK, made under the guidance of advisor Devin Orgeron.
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Check out a new blog post, "Diasporic Cartographies" featuring Nathalie Handal's poetry. Read more:… https://t.co/pA1yknyMoF