Imagining Islamism: Literature, Film & Politics in the Arab World

Information from Lancaster University

Saturday 12 February 2011
Storey Creative Industries Centre, Meeting House Lane, Lancaster

‘Imagining Islamism‘ is a one-day conference which will consider the representation of Islamism in Arab literature, film, culture and politics.

It features an outstanding line-up of experts on the contemporary Arab world and its literature and other creative media including Fadia Faqir, Sabry Hafez and Rasheed El-Enany. The event is part of the AHRC/ESRC-funded project ‘Islamism in Arab Fiction and Film’.

If you would like to come to the conference, please register as soon as possible via email to Abir Hamdar at this address: a.hamdar@lancaster.ac.uk. The event costs £20 (£10 student/unwaged). For Lancaster University staff and students £10. We will provide morning and afternoon tea and can advise on lunch & dinner venues and on accommodation.

We hope very much to see you in Lancaster in February.

Please feel free to circulate this message to others who may be interested in attending. Also, see our website for further details of the project and the conference.

http://www.lancs.ac.uk/fass/projects/islamism/index.htm

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