Dalia Al-Dujaili Column: Who, or what, is an Arab?
Columns by Middle Eastern and North African artists and cultural professionals. Inspiring, exciting and, or humanistic stories out of their everyday life.
Dalia Al-Dujaili Column: Looking through the family album
Looking through the family albumFamily photo albums and archives act as important documentation of a family’s personal histories. But when does the dependence on archiving through family albums become a limiting rather than encouraging act?
Dalia Al-Dujaili Column: Making fun of our parents’ accents
Making fun of our parents' accentsMaking fun of our parents' accents as children of immigrants.
Dalia Al-Dujaili Column: Meditations on Arab cleanliness and the surprising controversy of washing your butt
Meditations on Arab cleanliness and the surprising controversy of washing your buttWhatever you call it – bidet or shattaf – this tool has been a feature in the memories of Middle Eastern children growing up in the West desperate to fit in, only to have their hopes thwarted by a tiny showerhead attachment on their toilet.
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