How submissive are North African
Gender and conflict through literature
How different are Moroccan-Jewish women from their mothers and
grandmothers, and how do they differ from their Muslim counterparts?
What are the antagonisms between Ashkenazi and Sephardi Jews?
In what promises to be a fascinating lecture, Professor Lucille
Cairns will examine what it means to be a North African Jewish
woman as reflected in the writings of Paule Darmon and other Jewish
Lucille is a Professor in the French Department, School of Modern
Languages and Cultures at Durham University. She has published
numerous books, articles and chapters in books, most recently on
Jewish women writers in French.
Wednesday 16 June
Spiro Ark Centre, 25–26 Enford St, W1
Advance booking essential on 020 7723 9991 (Spiro Ark)
here to book by email through Spiro Ark
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