Kalam: Voices from Damascus

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Lagrange Points is pleased to invite you to attend a panel discussion with four emerging writers from Syria based in different cities around Europe.KALAM is an Arabic word for "talking". With this event, we intend to talk about what influences the writing process of our guests.
Other topics will include how these four writers deal with alienation, memories, life in Europe, and the future.Kefah Ali Deeb is a visual artist, activist and children's book author, currently working as Editor for Handbook Germany.Rama Jarmakani is a journalist, currently working for DW Arabic. Rama has produced programmes for Al-Jazeera and has also been a correspondent for BBC Radio Arabic.Houssein Merie is a Syrian director, actor and writer. Among his most famous works, the recent play "Ya Kbir" revolves around the violence experienced by the Syrian people during the war.Basel Shaaban is a young Syrian writer and biologist. Basel wrote articles for several websites and magazines on topics related to society and literature, and on social media.This event is moderated by Feras Abo Dabboseh, Political scientist, founder and director of Lagrange Points,Free entrance.We look forward to seeing you there!Follow the full Moussem Cities Damascus Festival at http://damascus.moussem.be/en
Date & Time
February 10, 2019
6:00 PM 8:00 PM Europe/Brussels

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