To protect the interviewee’s safety and privacy, we are not using her real name. Instead, we will refer to her as “Sina”. This will be a series of interviews, covering multiple aspects of her life and career in Saudi Arabia. I first met Sina in 2011 when she was working at International House, in Philadelphia. […]
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Traveler bio: Jeff came to EuroCircle through a romantic relationship, so you could say he’s like the boyfriend you stay friends with after the girlfriend left. He’s a technologist, graphic artist, and strangely enough, brings both an academic knowledge and caveman sensibility to our travels. When we reviewed our African itinerary, we quickly realized we […]
Border Crossings: Syrian Cultural Heritage in the Crossfire: past, present, and continuity TICKETS: http://www.geographicalsociety.org/border-crossings-cultural-conversation-and-cocktails/ $9 Members, $15 Non-Members ADVANCE TICKETS ARE A MUST! THIS VENUE LIMITS ATTENDANCE TO 25 SEATS AND NO TICKETS WILL BE SOLD AT THE DOOR. Border Crossings is a collaboration between EuroCircle and the Geographical Society of Philadelphia. We aim to humanize […]
Marek Danielewski was born in Warsaw, Poland. He moved to Sweden as a young child during the 1980s. After a short return to Poland, he came to the US around 1994 where he lived in Huntington Valley and later Philadelphia. How was your art selected for the Natural Selection movie? A friend of mine, a […]