334 Amsterdam Ave. at 76th St.
New York City, New York

New Generations and the JCC in Manhattan present
Between a Rock and a Hard Place: Identity, Irreverence, and the Arab Israeli Experience
Shabbat Dinner with writer Sayed Kashua

Friday, May 16, 7:30 pm
The JCC in Manhattan
334 Amsterdam Avenue @ 76th St.
$28 per person, includes kosher dinner

Join the New Israel Fund’s New Generations for a special Shabbat dinner with emerging Arab-Israeli literary personality, Sayed Kashua. Kashua is a regular columnist for Ha’aretz daily newspaper and the Jerusalem weekly, Kol Ha’Ir, where he addresses issues of Arab-Israeli culture and identity in a sharp-witted, satirical style.

Kashua is also the writer and creator of the critically acclaimed new sitcom, Arab Labor (“Avoda Aravit”), and author of two novels, Dancing Arabs and Let it be Morning (which is shortlisted for the prestigious International IMPAC Dublin Literary Award).

Kashua will read from his recent work and discuss Arab-Israeli life in Israel.

Official Website: http://www.nif.org/kashua

Added by nifnewyork on April 18, 2008