Writing Identity: Sayed Kashua

In conversation with dr. Leon Wiener Dow
Date & Time: 
Thursday March 14, 2013 05:00 PM to 07:00 PM
Location: 
The Magnes Collection of Jewish Art and Life, 2121 Allston Way, Berkeley

Sayed Kashua was born in the Arab town of Tira in central Israel. He has become one of the most important contemporary voices on the complexities of identity through his three novels, his column in the Ha’aretz newspaper, and the groundbreaking Israeli sitcom Arab Labor, which he wrote and created. His latest novel, Second Person Singular, was published in March.

5:00 PM: Reception
5:45 PM: Talk

Please RSVP to Fredda Olivares: folivares@law.berkeley.edu

 

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Berkeley Institute for Jewish Law and Israeli Law, Economy and Society
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