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  • New Texts Out Now: Ella Shohat, The Question of Judeo-Arabic

    Publication: Jadaliyya | Posted: Jan 20, 2016

    This essay revolves around a very personal question for me -- the name of the language I spoke with my grandparents and parents. Baghdadi-Jews like my family spoke the language, first in Iraq, then in Israel, and later in the US. For us, it was simply Arabic, although we also knew of course that it was a dialect, a specific form of an ‘amiyya; in our case, Iraqi, Baghdadi, Jewish Arabic. Within the Jewish-Baghdadi dialect itself, we commonly referred to it as haki mal yihud (the speech of the Jews) in contrast to the neighboring dialect, haki mal aslam (the speech of the Muslims).

  • Drifting Away: De-Occupying the Palestinian Self
    Drifting Away: De-Occupying the Palestinian Self

    Publication: Jadaliyya | Posted: Jan 15, 2016

    Review of Speed Sisters, directed by Amber Fares. Palestine, 2015

  • Exhibition: “Winter Selections,” Sharjah Art Foundation
    Exhibition: “Winter Selections,” Sharjah Art Foundation

    Date: Jan 01, 2016 - Feb 15, 2016

    This winter's Selections looks at works in the Sharjah Art Foundation Collection acquired from Sharjah Biennials or Sharjah Biennial artists. The works on view include Lara Almarcegui's work shown in SB8, Basma Alsharif's experimental-documentary video and installation, as well as works from SB9 and SB10 by Iman Issa and Slavs and Tatars and a sculptural work by Adrián Villar Rojas.

  • Exhibition: “Imperfect Chronology: Debating Modernism II,” Whitechapel Gallery
    Exhibition: “Imperfect Chronology: Debating Modernism II,” Whitechapel Gallery

    Date: Dec 15, 2015 - Apr 17, 2016

    Debating Modernism II focuses on figurative works of art in the Barjeel Art Collection produced between 1968 and 1987.

  • Pouran Jinchi’s “Black & Blue”
    Pouran Jinchi’s “Black & Blue”

    Posted: Oct 06, 2015

    Literature and fine art are conjoined in Iran born New York based artist Pouran Jinchi’s current solo exhibition Black & Blue on view at the Leila Heller Gallery from September 17 – October 24, 2015. Calligraphy is crucial to Jinchi’s process of eliminating objects and images in order to focus on meaning conveyed through abstraction.

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