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APR 16, 2015: 6:30 PM
In this talk, Dr. Nucho focuses on two informal settlements in a suburb of Beirut with a large Armenian population called Bourj Hammoud in order to discuss the relationship between informal property regimes and the production of sectarian community in Lebanon. Read more
FEB 18, 2015: 6:30 PM
The documentary portraits the life of Erez Bitton, a Moroccan-born Jew who lives in Israel, renowned for his groundbreaking and acclaimed poetry. The film records Bitton’s collective and personal stories as a Mizrahi as well as his own experiences living with blindness. Read more