Iraqi-American author visits UWaterloo


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Announcing “In The Market of Sex Slaves,” a talk and reading by Dunya Mikhail. Mikhail will relate the true stories of heroism, liberation, and sometimes failure, told to her by Abdullah, a bee keeper, forced into the profession of saving captive women from Da’esh (ISIS).

Mikhail is an Iraqi-American author of The Iraqi Nights (New Directions, 2014); The War Works Hard (New Directions, 2005), shortlisted for the Griffin Prize and named one of “Twenty-Five Books to Remember from 2005” by the New York Public Library; and Diary of A Wave Outside the Sea (New Directions, 2009) which won the 2010 Arab American Book Award. Her honors also include the UN Human Rights Award for Freedom of Writing (2001) and Kresge Artist Fellowship (2013).

Department of English Language and Literature
Friday March 31, 2017 3:30 pm
Hagey Hall 1102

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