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  • Todd Eaton
    Rema Hammami, Suad Amiry Lila Abu-Lughod, Mayssun Sukarieh SEEKING PALESTINE, New Palestinian Writing on Exile and Home writers, essayists, poets, novelists,
    Message 1 of 2 , Feb 14, 2013
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      Rema Hammami, Suad Amiry Lila Abu-Lughod, Mayssun Sukarieh
      SEEKING PALESTINE, New Palestinian Writing on Exile and Home
      writers, essayists, poets, novelists, critics, artists, memoirists
      Wednesday March 6 at 6:15PM at Columbia University in
      Rm. 754 Schermerhorn Extension: <http://ow.ly/hHGpG
      >
      Transit: #1 train to 116 St.-Columbia; buses via Broadway or Amsterdam or Riverside; M4 bus via Madison & CPN/110th/Cathedral Pkwy; M60 via RFK Triboro, 125th & Broadway: <http://ow.ly/6SK4u
      >;
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      Date: Wed, 13 Feb 2013 17:22:53 -0500ccFrom: Center for Palestine Studies <palestine@...> Subject: [CPS] March 6: SEEKING PALESTINE,  New Palestinian Writing on Exile and Home, Rema Hammami, Suad Amiry,  Lila Abu-Lughod, & Mayssun Sukarieh

      SEEKING PALESTINE, New Palestinian Writing on Exile and Home
      Contributors Rema Hammami, Suad Amiry, and Lila Abu-Lughod will read from  Seeking Palestine  and Mayssun Sukarieh will reflect on the ethics and social impact of speaking for Palestinians in Shatila, an over-researched refugee camp.

      How do Palestinians live, imagine and reflect on home and exile in this period of a stateless and transitory Palestine, a deeply contested and crisis-ridden national project, and a sharp escalation in Israeli state violence and accompanying Palestinian oppression?

      In Seeking Palestine, just published in the U.S., fifteen Palestinian writers, essayists, poets, novelists, critics, artists, memoirists respond with their reflections, experiences, memories, and polemics.

      How can exile and home be written? Who speaks for Palestinians?

      Distinguished Panel Speakers

      Lila Abu-Lughod
      Columbia University

      Rema Hammami
      Birzeit University

      Suad Amiry
      Author & Founder of the Riwaq Center for Architectural ConservationÂ

      Mayssun Sukarieh
      Arcapita Visitng Professor
      Columbia University

      Sponsored by the Center for Palestine Studies, Anthropology Department, Institute for Research on Women & Gender and the Middle East Institute.

      6 March 2013, 6:15PM
      754 Schermerhorn Extension
      Columbia University
      Enter Gates on 116 and Broadway or Amsterdam Avenue

      https://lists.columbia.edu/mailman/listinfo/cps
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    • Todd Eaton
      Rema Hammami, Suad Amiry Lila Abu-Lughod, Mayssun Sukarieh SEEKING PALESTINE, New Palestinian Writing on Exile and Home writers, essayists, poets, novelists,
      Message 2 of 2 , Feb 28, 2013
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        Rema Hammami, Suad Amiry Lila Abu-Lughod, Mayssun Sukarieh
        SEEKING PALESTINE, New Palestinian Writing on Exile and Home
        writers, essayists, poets, novelists, critics, artists, memoirists
        Wednesday March 6 at 6:15PM at Columbia University in
        Rm. 754 Schermerhorn Extension: <http://ow.ly/hHGpG>
        Transit: #1 train to 116 St.-Columbia; buses via
        Broadway or Amsterdam or Riverside; M4 bus via
        Madison & CPN/110th/Cathedral Pkwy; M60 via RFK
        Triboro, 125th & Broadway: <http://ow.ly/6SK4u>;
        More event announcements at
        http://snipurl.com/nyprotest . // Please
        subscribe directly to source:
        <https://lists.columbia.edu/mailman/listinfo/cps>,
        <mailto:cps-request@...?subject=subscribe>
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        Date: Wed, 13 Feb 2013 17:22:53 -0500ccFrom:
        Center for Palestine Studies
        <palestine@...> Subject: [CPS] March 6:
        SEEKING PALESTINE, New Palestinian Writing on
        Exile and Home, Rema Hammami, Suad Amiry, Lila Abu-Lughod, & Mayssun Sukarieh

        SEEKING PALESTINE, New Palestinian Writing on Exile and Home
        Contributors Rema Hammami, Suad Amiry, and Lila
        Abu-Lughod will read from Seeking Palestine and
        Mayssun Sukarieh will reflect on the ethics and
        social impact of speaking for Palestinians in
        Shatila, an over-researched refugee camp.

        How do Palestinians live, imagine and reflect on
        home and exile in this period of a stateless and
        transitory Palestine, a deeply contested and
        crisis-ridden national project, and a sharp
        escalation in Israeli state violence and accompanying Palestinian oppression?

        In Seeking Palestine, just published in the U.S.,
        fifteen Palestinian writers, essayists, poets,
        novelists, critics, artists, memoirists respond
        with their reflections, experiences, memories, and polemics.

        How can exile and home be written? Who speaks for Palestinians?

        Distinguished Panel Speakers

        Lila Abu-Lughod
        Columbia University

        Rema Hammami
        Birzeit University

        Suad Amiry
        Author & Founder of the Riwaq Center for Architectural ConservationÂ

        Mayssun Sukarieh
        Arcapita Visitng Professor
        Columbia University

        Sponsored by the Center for Palestine Studies,
        Anthropology Department, Institute for Research
        on Women & Gender and the Middle East Institute.

        6 March 2013, 6:15PM
        754 Schermerhorn Extension
        Columbia University
        Enter Gates on 116 and Broadway or Amsterdam Avenue

        https://lists.columbia.edu/mailman/listinfo/cps
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