Last days in my Grandmother’s House, March 2018.
Photo credit: Wafaa Samir
Yasmine El Rashidi
Taking cyclical histories as its narrative interest and organizing form, this lecture weaves personal experience, reportage, archival research, and oral history to tell a partial story of Egypt across several generations and decades.
From Egypt’s defeat in the war of 1967, to a father’s disappearance, the death of a president, censored narratives, the sale of a beloved family home, and the disappointments of revolution, Yasmine El Rashidi weaves disparate threads of her work together to give an alternate political and cultural reading of Egypt.
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