Posts from the ‘Interviews’ category

A modern-day “witch-hunt” that marked a new phase in the Greek crisis

The parading of the photographs of 30 ‘HIV-infected prostitutes’ on Greek TV had all the hallmarks of a politically-orchestrated campaign.

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Nuclear Nuqta and the politics of identity

Visual communicator Muiz focuses on the Muslim and Arab identity in the post 9/11 and revolutionary era.

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Fighting with optimism

In the second of a two-part series on Egyptian women writers, Julie Tomlin discovers how activist Sahar Elmougy is faring in post-Mubarak‚Äôs Egypt, and the source…

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Nawal El Saadawi: writing from the danger zone

The first of a two-part series on Egyptian women writers for Words of Colour – interview with writer, feminist and activist Nawal El Saadawi who received…

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In conversation with Dr Nawal El Saadawi

While for many in the West the revolution in Egypt came out of the blue, for some, like the Egyptian writer and feminist Dr Nawal El…

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