• 2021

  • Nashim

    Fall 2021
    Nashim
    Number 39
    Eds. Marjorie Agosín, Jelena Filipovic and Oana Hergenröther

    WRITING OUR WAY HOME:
    JEWISH WOMEN’S POST-HOLOCAUST DIASPORIC WRITING IN LATIN AMERICA, THE BALKANS AND THE JEWISH WORLD
    Part I: Surviving Stories

    Contributors to Part I: Marjorie Agosín (Chile-USA), Ruth Behar (Cuba-USA), Erica Bernheim (USA), Vilma Faingezicht (Costa Rica), Elena Filipovic (Serbia), Michal Held Delaroza (Israel), Oana Hergenröther (Romania-Serbia-Austria), Andrea Jeftanovic (Chile), Gordana Kuić (Serbia), Mirjana Organjanović (Serbia), Michèle Sarde (France), Perla Sneh (Argentina), Nora Strejilevich (Argentina-Canada-USA), Susan Rubin Suleiman (Hungary-USA), Drita Tutunović (Thessaloniki-Serbia), Linda Zisquit (USA-Israel)

  • Collateral Damage: Women write about war.

    November 12, 2021
    Georgetown University, Washington, D.C.
    In-person and on-line discussion:
    Collateral Damage: Women Write about War
    Ed. Barbara Mujica

    Guest Panelists:
    Marjorie Agosín, Wellesley College
    Christine Evans, Georgetown University
    Aminatta Forna, Georgetown University
    Bárbara Mujica, Georgetown University
    Domnica Radulescu, Washington and Lee Univeristy
    Florinda Ruiz, Washington and Lee University
    Michèle Sarde, Georgetown University

  • Collateral Damage

    March 16, 2021
    Collateral Damage: Women Write about War
    Ed. Barbara Mujica

    University of Virginia Press publishes Collateral Damage: Women Write about War, edited by Barbara Mujica.
    Contributors (in the order of the articles): Marjorie Agosín (Chile), Michèle Sarde (France), Peipei Qiu (China), Miyoko Hikiji (USA), Bárbara Mujica (USA), Christine Evans (Australia), Nancy Sherman (USA), Ghusoon Mekhaber Al-Taiee (Iraq), Carolin Emcke (Germany), Domnica Radulescu (Romania), Aminatta Forna (Sierra Leone), Florinda Ruiz (Spain), V. V. Ganeshanathan (USA/Sri Lanka), Carolina Rivera Escamilla (El Salvador), Trudy Mercadal (USA/Guatemala), Carmen Duarte (Cuba), Betty Milan (Brazil).

    “A powerful and beautiful book sharing thoughtful considerations of war from gifted authors across the globe.”
    Kate Hendricks Thomas, George Mason University
    Paper and cloth available from University of Virginia Press
    Kindle, hardcover and paperback available from Amazon.com

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