Free Public Lecture, March 6
March 2, 2018
Join PCC Arabic language instructor Samia Kholoussi, Ph.D., as she discusses Arabic women writers in modern Arabic literature.
|When:||6 p.m., March 6|
|Where:||PCC District Office
Community Board Room (Building C)
4905 E. Broadway Blvd.
|Cost:||Free and open to the public|
|Info:||Light refreshments available|
Her presentation, “The Literary Discourse of Women Writers in Modern Arabic Literature,” will map the ways that Arab women have articulated their subjectivity, challenged or reformulated societal and familial roles, negotiated tradition, responded to political and cultural exigencies, and formulated a feminist aesthetic specific to Arab female sensibility.
This lecture is part of an on-going Speakers’ Series of presentations scheduled this spring semester.