Tunisian women of the book: encounters with remarquable women

Dora Carpenter-Latiri, Simon Sandys

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Abstract

This a textual/ visual exhibition with photo portraits and selected passages from interviews.The project examines research questions about the journey of women writers and many of the answers are transferrable to other art forms in Tunisia or elsewhere. The exhibition was in collaboration with Simon Sandys.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 21 Nov 2014
EventTunisian Women of the Book: Encounters with remarkable women - Brighton, Toronto, Exeter, Ghar El Melh (Tunisia)
Duration: 1 Jan 201430 Jun 2015

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Tunisia
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Journey
Women Writers

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