[P6671] Narrating Dispersed Identities

Created by SYSTEM Manager
Tuesday, 11/30/21 2:00 pm

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MEMBERS:

Jeannette E. Okur

(University of Texas at Austin)
Panel Participating Role(s): Presenter;
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Jason Rodriguez Vivrette

(University of California, Berkeley)
Jason Vivrette is the Coordinator of the Turkish Language and Literature Program at UC Berkeley. He has previously served as the Co-Director of the Middle East and Islamic Studies (MEIS) Program at San Francisco State University (2012-2014) and Co-Director...
Panel Participating Role(s): Chair;

Benjamin Schreier

(Penn State University)
Panel Participating Role(s): Presenter;

Tariq Adely

(George Washington University)
Panel Participating Role(s): Presenter;

Hella Cohen

(St. Catherine University)
Panel Participating Role(s): Presenter;
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Hanan Al-Alawi

(The Pennsylvania State University)
Hanan Al-Alawi is a third-year dual-title PhD student in Comparative Literature and Womxn’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies. Her research explores the literary and cultural production of twentieth and twenty-first century dispossessed communities in...
Panel Participating Role(s): Presenter;
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Nevine Abraham

(Carnegie Mellon University)
Nevine (pronounced 'neveen') is Principle Lecturer of Arabic Studies at Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh, PA. Her area of research is Arab identity and the effect of globalization on its changes, as well as Arab identity and minority representation...
Panel Participating Role(s): Presenter;