2010 Fenwick Fellow Lecture

On Wednesday, April 7, George Mason University Libraries will host the 2010 Fenwick Fellow Lecture at  2:00 p.m. in Johnson Center Meeting Room A.

Amal Amireh, Ph.D., Associate Professor of postcolonial literature in the Department of English, will present “Between Nationalism & Globalization: Representations of  Arab Masculinity in Arab Popular Culture.” Dr. Amireh’s Fenwick Fellow Lecture aims to describe and explain a shift  in Arab body politics, and will spotlight her research and investigation of the ways femininity and masculinity are culturally constructed and deployed in Arabic literature & film – as essential components of a discourse on globalization, war and empire.  A reception will follow the lecture; please RSVP to librsvp@gmu.edu or call 703/993-2251.

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