Arab Women’s Revolutionary Art: Between Singularities and Multitudes

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Ingraham 206
@ 12:00 pm - 1:05 pm

Professor Nevine El Nossery of UW-Madison will discuss her latest bookArab Women’s Revolutionary Art. Between Singularities and Multitudes in which she explores the ways women in the contemporary Middle East and North Africa have re-imagined revolutionary discourses through creativity and collective action as a means of resistance. Her book draws from a vast spectrum of artistic production in revolutionary periods between 2011 and 2022 in Egypt, Tunisia, Morocco, and Algeria. 

Nevine El Nossery is a professor in the department of French and Italian at UW-Madison.  Her research and teaching interests are Francophone and Postcolonial Studies, women writing, art and politics, and Middle-Eastern literatures and cultures.  For more info about Nevine El Nossery, click here.

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