In recognition of the “Algerian Cultural Month” at the Embassy of Algeria, the Georgetown University Center for Contemporary Arab Studies and the Algerian-American Association of Greater Washington hosted a panel discussion on the status of language, women, and memory in post-colonial Algeria.

Featuring
Nour El Houda Amri, University of Constantine, Algeria
Linguistic Change in the Algerian Dialectal Arabic

Fadéla M'Rabet, Faculté de Médecine,
Broussais Hôtel-Dieu, Paris, France
Ecrire, une pensée sans frontieres
(Writing is a thought without borders)

Osama Abi-Mershed, Georgetown University
Algeria at 50: History, Memory, and Politics

This event was co-sponsored with:
The Algerian-American Association of Greater Washington
The Embassy of Algeria

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