Narrating Gender Violence

NARRATING GENDER VIOLENCE
ARAB ASYLUM APPLICANT IN THE UNITED STATES
Research Workshop

Rhoda Kanaaneh, Anthropology, Columbia University
Discussant: Miriam Ticktin, Anthropology, The New School
Monday, April 14, 5-7 pm
Location: The Richard Ettinghausen Library at The Hagop Kevorkian Center, 50 Washington Square South (enter at 255 Sullivan Street)

Research Workshop NYU April 14th 2014

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