Sayed Kashua, a Palestinian citizen of Israel and noted journalist, humorist, and author will speak at UConn on Wednesday, March 11:
“Living with a Dual Identity”
7:00 pm in Laurel Hall 101
The talk will be followed by a book signing and reception.
Sponsored by Middle East Studies, the Center for Judaic Studies and Contemporary Jewish Life, Global Affairs, the Department of English, the Human Rights Institute, and the Humanities Institute.
Kashua is the author of three novels: Dancing Arabs, Let it Be Morning, and Second Person Singular (all published in English by Grove Atlantic). Kashua’s books may be purchased in advance via the UConn Co-op.
Students interested in a personal, informal discussion with Kashua earlier in the day should contact Prof. Jeremy Pressman directly for further details.