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October 25, 2013
Time:5:30-6:30 p.m.
Graduate student workshop given by Joseph Massad
Students are invited to an informal and interdisciplinary conversation with Dr. Joseph Massad, associate professor of Modern Arabic Politics and Intellectual History at Columbia University, immediately following his public lecture, "The Cultural Work of Recovering Palestine," which takes place from 3:30-5 p.m. in Parlin Hall (PAR) 1.

Massad's writings and teaching concern modern Arab politics and intellectual history. His book, "Desiring Arabs" (2007) explores the politics of sexuality and the construction by nineteenth-century Arab intellectuals of Arab cultural heritage ("turath") in interaction with discourses of colonialism and in the vocabulary emergent from the fields of of social Darwinism and psychoanalytic theory.
Location:College of Liberal Arts Building (CLA) 0.122
Contact:Amina Zarrugh
Sponsor:Middle East Working Group (PHS and Department of Sociology)
Categories:Everyone, Politics & International, Research, Workshop
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