April 07, 2010
Immigration, Islam and Identity: A Conversation with Ali Eteraz
University of Michigan Center for Middle Eastern and North African Studies April 2010 Events:
-Wednesday, April 21, 12:00-1:00 p.m.
-“Immigration, Islam and Identity: A Conversation with Ali Eteraz (Author, Children of Dust)”
-Gallery in Room 100, Hatcher Graduate Library.
-Children of Dust is an elegant memoir revealing Islamic fundamentalism and madrassa life in rural Pakistan, the culture shock of moving to the U.S., and a journey of reconciliation to the modern Middle East. Author Ali Eteraz is a compelling young male literary voice, and in telling his coming-of-age story he captures not merely pain, but also the love, laughter, and pathos of Muslim life. The American Library Association calls it “elegantly written” and the poet Fatima Bhutto insists it is “astoundingly frightening, funny and brave.”
-Co-Sponsored by the Center for South Asian Studies and the Islamic Studies Program.
Posted by kekeenan at April 7, 2010 02:38 PM
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