Decentering
Colonial Narratives
About Zimbabwe

Innocent Mutanga

 

 
 
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Afghanistan:
A Personal History

Mohammed Harun Arsalai

 

 
 
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Art Special

Alaa
Alhassoun:
An Artist
in Exile

Alaa has two principal fixations about his work: one is exercising a very tight control over how much each painting reveals; the other is a perpetual thirst for evolving into something new.

 
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Between Wu-Tang, Fairuz, and Borders:
Syrian Rappers in Diaspora

As Syria continues to slip further into the abyss, and
creeps warily past a bloodstained sixth-year milestone,
Syrian artists of all varieties are trying to make sense
of an absurd half-decade spent aimlessly adrift.

 

 

Defying Western Feminism

Meranao Women Speak:
Islam as Resistance
to Forced Marriage

 

 

Although major media outlets tend to portray Islam as a
hindrance to women’s emancipation, to these women,
Islam offers them agency that their local culture denies. 
 


 
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MANGAL MEDIA —
A MANIFESTO

 
 
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