Film, Video Palestinian Comtemporary Arts, Trends, and Thematics

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Title
Palestinian Comtemporary Arts, Trends, and Thematics
Summary
Adila Laidi-Hanieh of George Mason University presents "Palestinian Contemporary Arts, Trends and Thematics: Cultural, Social and Historical Influences."
Event Date
June 17, 2010
Notes
-  Adila Laidi-Hanieh is a cultural critic and writer with interest in Palestinian arts and cultural practices, modern Arab intellectual history, and cultural spaces and processes. Laidi-Hanieh ran the Khalil Sakakini Cultural Centre in Ramallah from its 1996 establishment until 2005. Laidi-Hanieh curated there in 2001 the international touring memorial art exhibition 100 Shaheed-100 Lives. Laidi-Hanieh taught from 2006 to 2008 Arab intellectual history, and the first course on Palestinian arts at Bir Zeit University. She won in 2008 a Fulbright scholarship to study for a Ph.D. in Cultural Studies at George Mason University.
Related Resources
African and Middle Eastern Division: https://www.loc.gov/rr/amed/
Running Time
54 minutes 40 seconds
Online Format
video
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