11/22/13 Humanities Colloquium

Join the College of Arts & Letters as the Institute for Humanities presents a series of events around the award winning film, Habibi. The film is the first full-length fictional feature filmed in the Gaza Strip. Director Susan Youssef has been named one of “25 New Faces” to watch by Filmmaker Magazine. She will be on hand for a series of events in conjunction with its first screening in Hampton Roads.

Institute for Humanities Colloquium
Arts, Popular Culture & Interfaith Understanding

Friday, November 22
3:00 - 5:00 p.m.
Batten Arts & Letters Building
Burgess Conference Room - 9024

Susan Youssef - Director of Habibi
Dr. Scott Girdner - Assistant Professor, Philosophy & Religious Studies at ODU
Rabbi Michael Panitz - Rabbi at Temple Israel in Norfolk

Please contact Stacey Parks by email at sparks@odu.edu to find out more information about either of these events. Visit www.habibithefilm.com for more information about the film.

The events are sponsored by the Department of Communication & Theatre Arts, Department of Foreign Languages, Department of Geography & Political Science, Department of Women's Studies, The Graduate Program in International Studies, The Institute for the Humanities, The Postcolonial Research Group, The College of Arts & Letters, The Honors College, The Office of Intercultural Relations, The Women's Center, the ODU Alumni Association, the Office of Academic Affairs, and Student Enrollment & Engagement Services.

* Colloquium 11.22.13- Arts, Popular Culture, and Interfaith Understanding.pdf  (4.2 MB)

Posted By: Stacey Parks
Date: Mon Nov 18 09:29:09 EST 2013