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Adventures in NYC Theater: “Fun Home” and “Nirbhaya”

I have been a lucky woman these past few weeks, getting to see not one but two NYT critics picks:  Fun Home and Nirbhaya. Fun Home is based on Alison Bechdel’s graphic memoir by the same name.  Taking its title from the setting–the kids’ sobriquet for the family’s funeral home–the protagonist works to find her identity […]

Starting My Year of Reading Arab Women: touch by Adania Shibli

Inspired by the “Arabic Literature (In English)” blog, I will be reading texts by Arab women in translation during 2014.  Taking the idea of #readwomen2014 and pushing it to consider women writing in Arabic, the blog offers a calendar of suggested titles to add focus to the project and bring such writers to the attention […]

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2016 Presidential Election: Women's and Gender Issues

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