The NYU Abu Dhabi (NYUAD) Institute has announced a series of virtual seminars for the month of March, which will feature a series of topics and is open to all via Zoom.
On 22 March, Grace Aneiza Ali will provide insight into her published book with a seminar titled 'Liminal Spaces: Art and Migration Narratives of Women of the Guyanese Diaspora', which will explore the art and narratives of 15 women of Guyanese heritage.
'Exchanges Across Religious Lines: Material Interests and Representations' will explore the historical, cultural, and geographical boundaries between the people of Europe, the Middle East and other parts of the world, from the beginning of Islam to the near present on 23 March.
On 28th March, 'Science Diplomacy in the Middle East: Challenges and Opportunities' will aim to introduce the Malta Conferences Foundation’s Frontiers of Science: Innovation, Research, and Education in the Middle East.
On 29 March, the second talk will be 'Race in a Global Perspective' and will be moderated by Professor Ann Morning.
The last talk will be held on 30 March titled '(Re)imagining Borders: The Performing Arts in Global Dialogue' and will be moderated by NYUAD assistant professor of music, Gwyneth Bravo.