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Lucia Sorbera
Chair Department of Arabic Language and Cultures and Guest Curator . Border crosser. In love with Egypt, Australia and Italy
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Lucia Sorbera Jun 15
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Partho Sen-Gupta Jun 14
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Virat Nehru Jun 14
SLAM, unpacking uncomfortable truths about xenophobia, violence and racism prevalent in Australia screens today at 2pm at the State Theatre as part of - my interview with director for :
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Lucia Sorbera Jun 14
“Cities will always be particularly attractive to the rural poor, and this magnetic appeal is inherent in the advantage of cities. For instance, an international business looking to penetrate the...
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Lucia Sorbera Jun 14
Slam – the Australian movie that has broken the mould
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Lucia Sorbera Jun 12
“Qual è il luogo in cui si sente più felice?” “In viaggio su un aereo, mi verrebbe da dire”. Edward Said durante un’intervista Thanks Paola, for sending me this quote before my flight. I think it speaks to ma h of...
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Lucia Sorbera Jun 11
Great job! Next on my reading list!
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Partho Sen-Gupta Jun 11
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Lucia Sorbera Jun 11
Non vorrei insistere ma... questa mostra mi sembra imperdibile!
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Lucia Sorbera Jun 11
Un bel lavoro, anche se io aspetto il romanzo☺️ In bocca al lupo, Leila El Houssi!
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Ben Nickl Jun 8
Very happy with launch of official website for our international research group 🤓👍 ScreeningTheWorld for research about non-English language film festivals and events in Australia. Massive thanks to our great admins!!
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Lucia Sorbera Jun 10
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Behrouz Boochani Jun 10
To my friends:it’s more than six years now that I’ve been working nonstop from this Island.Unfortunately my body is getting too tired and needs a break from carrying this heavy burden.If you want to know more about the news of Manus,follow Shamindan’s Twitter account.
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Lucia Sorbera Jun 9
They call it winter .....
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Lucia Sorbera Jun 9
Looks amazing! Who has seen it?
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Lucia Sorbera Jun 9
“Awadiya Mahmoud Koko, the founder of the tea ladies union in Sudan at her corner kitchen at the sit-in area near the Military HQ in Khartoum, May 20, 2019. Koko began by making tea and has since added meals, her corner kitchen serves hundreds of...
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Lucia Sorbera Jun 8
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Lucia Sorbera Jun 8
If in London, the 5th of July, you can’t miss this
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Lucia Sorbera Jun 8
Enjoying a dinner time conversation about Australian history and colonialism with Noam and Francesco. Perfect Saturday night after a very long and adventurous week ☺️
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