Dialogue: Deconstructing Femininity Across Cultures

Date & Time November 13, 2013 9:30pm
Eaton 201

[EXPOSURE] and NIMEP are bringing the She Who Tells a Story MFA Exhibit to Tufts next Wednesday evening. The exhibit showcases the work of 12 pioneering female photographers from across the Middle East and has won broad acclaim for its nuanced and unexpected portrayal of identity, gender, conflict, and day to day life.

We're visiting the exhibition on Saturday and bringing memories, thoughts, and slides back with us. We encourage those unable to make the trip to join in on the dialogue, where we'll show slides of the images we discuss to get you up to speed. If you're reading this before 1pm Saturday, consider going on the trip! https://www.facebook.com/events/245744318912049

Before You Go:
Check out some images from the exhibit: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2404451/Life-veil-Stunning-photographs-seek-challenge-Western-misconceptions-life-women-Middle-East.html#ixzz2dI2t9SBO
and then read this concise but thoughtful reflection on some of the most striking pieces of work:

Time and Location:
Please note this is at 9:30 in Eaton 201 (half hour after NIMEP's usual time and half hour before Exposure's usual time.)

About the Sponsors:
NIMEP (New Initiative for Middle East Peace) is a non-polemic student-run think tank that explores peace and conflict on all levels in the region, from personal experiences in conflict to high level diplomacy.

[EXPOSURE] is a student group that explores human right issues through documentary photojournalism and multimedia storytelling. They meet Wednesdays at 10pm in Eaton 202.