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Six Arab American Poets
This 1997 series offers listeners a chance to hear emerging voices in the American literary community: writers of Arab descent. These programs originally aired as part of the Radio Tahrir series produced and hosted by Barbara Nimri Aziz.
Interview with Margaret Larkin [Video Clip: 31 M]
In this interview Margaret Larkin, professor of Near Eastern Studies at the University of California in Berkeley, talks about the history of Arabic Literature through its major phases, from the pre-Islamic era through the
Interview with Barbara Nimri Aziz [Audio Clip: 9 K]
Barbara Nimri Aziz, producer of the radio series â€śFrom Cordoba to Baghdadâ€? with Shimon Shaheen and the series â€śSix Arab American Poetsâ€? is an anthropologist and journalist who is the host of Radio Tahrir
Ammiel Alcalay on Mizrahi Literature [Audio Clip: 3.7 M]
Mizrahi is the term that refers to Jewish communities of Middle Eastern origin in Israel. In this portion of the interview Ammiel Alcalay, who has done much work on Mizrahi Literature, including