Syria Speaks in Oxford

by | Jun 10, 2014

Join Syrian artists and writers in Oxford for readings and discussions on cultural resistance in the country. The line-up will include award-winning Damascus-based novelist Khaled Khalifa, cinematographer and visual artist Khalil Younes, writer and filmmaker Zaher Omareen, and authors Malu Halasa and Robin Yassin-Kassab.

Details:

Date – 13 June

Time – 6:30pm

Venue – Ashmolean Museum, Oxford

Full details and information on how to book tickets may be found here.

Author Malu Halasa has recently written for the OxHRH blog on the reality of the repression of non-violent activism in Syria. Her post may be found here.

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