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Recent cultural production by Chinese immigrants to France such as Dai Sijie, Shan Sa and Gao Xingjian play out a complicated relationship to the political and aesthetic ideals that long characterized their home country in the French imaginary. Indeed, 19th century French race theory and world politics relegated China to the status of a rival power that needed to be subdued. Even over the next century, fear of Chinese invasion permeated the work of the most famous of France’s Sinophile writers like Victor Segalen and Marguerite Duras.

 Arieli is a major Israeli expert on Arab-Israeli conflict and especially on border issues, diplomacy and security issues.

One event featuring two presentations on the migrations of the Vodou religion. 

The Tulane Department of Classical Studies presents a lecture by Nigel Pollard (Swansea University) on Friday, March 20, 2020 at 4PM.

Sponsored by: Department of Jewish Studies and the Museum of the Southern Jewish Experience

Marian and Byron Strug Lecture

*Light refreshments will be served.  

Ecuadorian writer and Tulane Visiting Scholar Gabriela Alemán interviews Argentine writer Dolores Reyes about her life, interests, and influences. **This event will be held in Spanish.**

About the Latin American Writers Series

Tulane Visiting Scholar and Ecuadorian author Gabriela Alemán interviews Guatemalan writer Rodrigo Fuentes about his life, interests, and influences. **This event will be held in Spanish**

About the Latin American Writers Series

Editorial Director Andrea Palet presents the history, philosophy, and ongoing projects of Editorial Laurel, a publishing house founded in Santiago, Chile in 2014. Her presentation sheds light on the changing landscape of literature in the Americas today. **This event will be held in Spanish.** 

About the Latin American Writers Series

Tulane Visiting Scholar and Ecuadorian author Gabriela Alemán interviews Paraguayan writer Damián Cabrera about his life, interests, and influences. **This event will be held in Spanish**

About the Latin American Writers Series

The Department of Jewish Studies will be presenting:

"Zionism Then and Now: A Symposium" Feb. 2nd & 3rd

Sunday, February 2, 2020 | 7pm - 9pm | LBC Rechler Conference Room 202 Guest Speakers: Dr. Shachar Pinsker, University of Michigan "Coffee Talk: How Cafe`s Created Modern Jewish Culture" Dr. Vladimir Levin, Hebrew University of Jerusalem "Russian Zionism and the Synagogue" Dr. Arie Dubnov, The George Washington University "Dreamers of the Third Temple: Zionism at the Age of Imperial Federalism, 1903-1956"

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