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Lecture and Discussion: “9/11 Twenty Years Later: What Has Changed?” with Samia Serageldin (hybrid)
September 12, 2021 | 9:45 am - 12:00 pm
Samia Serageldin is a writer, novelist, editor and public speaker. She was born in Egypt and studied at London University where she earned her M.Sc. in Political Science before emigrating to the United States in 1980. She is the author of three novels, The Cairo House, The Naqib’s Daughter, and Love is Like Water, as well as numerous contributions to anthologies and works on Islam, in addition to editing and contributing to the Duke Press edition of In the Name of Osama bin Laden. She is a founder/editor of South Writ Large Magazine, an online quarterly, and coeditor of the anthology Mothers and Strangers. She taught for several years in Duke University’s Department of African and Asian Studies. Serageldin calls Chapel Hill, NC, home for the past thirty years.
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