Sophie Kazan reviews a colorful exhibition that conveys Moroccan history and culture via paintings, ceramics, photographs, 1960s and 1970s film footage, woven textiles and posters.
Jonathan Ofir on the new book by Daniel Boyarin that questions Jewish identity while weighing Palestinian freedom from injustice.
Sasha Moujaes tours an expansive exhibition at the Institut du Monde Arabe, talking to the curator and several Palestinian artists.
Philip Grant took a look at a vast Los Angeles art exhibition that presents 75 independent Arab and Muslim women artists.
Rula Khateeb Jarallah reviews the news translation of the Mohammed Said Hjiouij novella in which a man is transformed into a monkey.
Melissa Chemam attends the première of the new French music series on Arte TV at the Institut du Monde Arabe in Paris.
Diana Buttu, a Palestinian lawyer in Haifa, reviews the family memoir that evokes nearly a century of Palestinian trauma.
Justin Olivier Salhani reviews a new anthology on football and the Middle East just as the World Cup kicks off in Qatar.