In Morocco today young feminist voices are to be heard in a country whose literary traditions stretch back over centuries. BOZAR has extended an invitation to three socially committed Moroccan authoresses in what is also a tribute to the country’s multilingualism and diversity.
The writers will engage in conversation and present excerpts of their work. A work that contradicts stereotypes, taboos and expectations regarding gender, the female body and sexuality. What role did women play in the Arab revolution? And how is this reflected in contemporary Moroccan literature?
With: Fedwa Misk, Karima Ahdad and Sanaa El Aji.