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Languages Spoken In Our Community--Arabic Language by Dr Nejmeh Khalil-Habi...

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Bayside Libraries invite you to talks on Languages Spoken In Our Community--

Arabic Language
History of Arabic language
The sound systems of Arabic language
The writing systems of Arabic language
Diverse cultures of Arabic speaking countries
Greetings in Arabic language

Guest speaker: Dr Nejmeh Khalil-Habib

Dr Nejmeh Habib has been teaching Arabic language and literature at the University of Sydney since 2003 at both the Centre for Continuing Education and the Department of Arabic Language and Culture.

Dr. Habib’s research has been published in numerous journals and her academic books include: Literary Critiques in Poetry and Novel (2018); Visions of Exile and Return in the Palestinian Arabic Novel (2014); From Australia: Contemporary Literary Faces (2006); and Humanitarian Patterns in the Literature of Ghassan Kanafani (1999). She is the author of the novel A Spring that Did Not Blossom (2003) and the collection of short stories …And the Children Suffer (2001).

Dr. Habib is also an award winner. She received the Australia Council for the Arts Award in 2004. In 2006, she received the Gibran Khalil Gibran International Literary Award, issued by the Arabic Heritage League. In 2013, the Union of Palestinian Workers issued her the Award for Excellence, and in 2014 she received the Australian Arabic Culture Center Award for Creative Writing.

Date: Saturday 12 May 2018
Time: 11am to 1pm
Venue: Rockdale Library Level 3 Meeting Room
Rockdale Library
444-446 Princes Highway, Rockdale NSW 2216

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For more information contact Stephanie on 9562 1821

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