15 Sep 2021 • Ava Homa

Why Resistance Is Foundational to Kurdish Literature

Ava Homa how state­less­ness, trau­ma and polit­i­cal exile shaped her nov­el Daugh­ters of Smoke and Fire   Com­ing of age as a Kur­dish girl in Iran, I learned ear­ly on that… Continue reading Why Resistance Is Foundational to Kurdish Literature

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15 Sep 2021 • Nevine Abraham

The Complexity of Belonging: Reflections of a Female Copt

  Nevine Abraham Grow­ing up in Shoubra, one of the most pop­u­lat­ed Chris­t­ian sub­urbs of Cairo, I met all my Mus­lim friends at a French Catholic school, which they and… Continue reading The Complexity of Belonging: Reflections of a Female Copt

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15 Sep 2021 • Aimée Papazian

Voyage of Lost Keys, an Armenian art installation

Aimée Papazian Art and text by Aimée Papaz­ian; pho­tos by Stephen Ironside   “Voy­age of Lost Keys,” a per­ma­nent art instal­la­tion recent­ly installed in the Fayet­teville Pub­lic Library in Arkansas,… Continue reading Voyage of Lost Keys, an Armenian art installation

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14 Jul 2021 • Ilan Pappe

The Gaza Mythologies

Historian and thinker Ilan Pappe deconstructs three problematic myths about Gaza and Hamas in this except from his book Ten Myths About Israel.

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14 Jul 2021 • TMR

Gaza, You and Me

A Palestinian student in Gaza and a Palestinian doing post-doctoral work in the States compare their experience of the May 2021 Israel-Hamas conflict.

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14 Jul 2021 • Ramzy Baroud

Alive in Gaza

Ramzy Baroud tells the story of an American solidarity activist who went to Gaza and wound up living there for years.

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14 Jul 2021 • Elana Golden

Making a Film in Gaza

The screenwriter and would-be director of Gaza Airport recounts her struggle to make a feature film in Gaza.

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14 Jul 2021 • Jenine Abboushi

Gaza IS Palestine

Jenine Abboushi recalls family histories and lifelong friendships linking Gaza with Ramallah, Jenin and Jerusalem.

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