The Thursday Night Tea Research Group | Graphic Narratives with Racha Chatta 

Thursday September 2, 7-8:15pm CST

Zoom ID 298 656 1787 (online only!)


In this talk—the first of a four-part series on the topic of translation, broadly understood—Rasha Chatta will guide us through the world of Arab graphic narratives, with a focus on its history, multilingualism, and close ties to a revolutionary moment: the need for a new (visual) language. All are welcome to join!

Rasha Chatta is a Research Fellow at EUME—Forum Transregionale Studien, Germany, and at the Merian Centre for Advanced Studies in the Maghreb (MECAM), Tunisia, where she is working on a book project on migration and war in Arab comics. She earned her PhD in Cultural, Literary, and Postcolonial Studies from SOAS, University of London, with a dissertation on contemporary Arab migrant literature.

August 2 MediHealth Podcast Live | Navigating the New Normal

COVID has impacted all of us beyond our expectations. Given Nanjing’s new COVID outbreak and the new Delta variant, how do we navigate through these difficult times? What is the likelihood of collectively achieving good health and well being for all citizens of the world?

Join the MediHealth Podcast team from Health Humanities Lab for a Live Panel Discussion on Monday August 2.

Topic: Navigating the New Normal

Guest speaker: Dr. Asif from NTU, Dr. Alvona, Glory Agun (Class ‘23) and Yiping Tian (Class ‘24)

Hosted by Sue Meng Chan, Greenshoot Communications

When: Aug 2, Monday, 21:00-21:30 China time or 9:00-9:30 EST

Where: Zoom 8014899181

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