Showing posts with label Arab women. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Arab women. Show all posts

Tuesday, April 6, 2021

Ramzi Salti Interviews Tania Saleh about Her Groundbreaking New Album

Watch at https://youtu.be/mx9ACfDuPrE

Dr. Ramzi Salti has just interviewed Lebanese singer/songwriter/artist Tania Saleh (by Zoom) about her groundbreaking new album "10 A.D." which was released in March 2021. The interview, now available on Arabology's YouTube Channel, includes these audio-visual/musical excerpts from the album*:

1. The Most Beautiful Love Story أحلى قصة غرام (Listen at 00:00)
2. You Are Going Astray انت رايح فين (Listen at 09:04)
3. The Fan المروحة (Listen at 16:46)
4. Anyone but You إلَا فيك (Listen at 19:43) 5. The Fortune Teller بصّارة برّاجة (Listen at 24:04) 6. Caveman مغارة (Listen at 30:09) 7. I Hate Everything بكره (Listen at 30:31) 8. We Are in a Fix حالتنا حالة (Listen at 33:21) * All tracks licensed to YouTube by The Orchard Music (on behalf of Kirkelig Kulturverksted)

You can watch the interview below or at https://youtu.be/mx9ACfDuPrE

Sample graphics from Tania Saleh's new album/YouTube lyric videos​
Album booklet available at: http://www.taniasaleh.com/booklets​
Design and illustration: Tania Saleh Font usage: https://tptq-arabic.com​​ Label: Kirkelig Kulturverksted - http://www.kkv.no​ Words and music: Tania Saleh Music Producers: Tania Saleh & Øyvind Kristiansen Executive Producers: Tania Saleh & Erik Hillestad Arranged by: Edouard Torikian & Øyvind Kristiansen Recording engineers/Egypt: Michael Beskales & Maher Mallakh Recording and mix engineer/Norway: Martin Abrahamsen Mastering: Björn Engelmann - Cutting Room, Sweden
Musicians: Tania Saleh: vocals and backing vocals Øyvind Kristiansen: piano and music programming Hazem Shahin: special guest on oud Hany Bedair: percussions Ahmed Kamary: kanoon Mohamed Al Ashry: double bass Moustafa Kerdany: drums Berit Cardas: violin1 Emilie Lidsheim: violin2 Einar Kyvik Bauge: viola Sverre Kyvik Bauge: cello Tania Saleh's album is supported by the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs More here: http://www.taniasaleh.com
Please subscribe to Dr. Ramzi Salti's YouTube Channel at https://www.youtube.com/c/RamziSalti

Saturday, June 16, 2018

Ramzi Salti Moderates "In Between" Film Discussion at Stanford

Watch video at https://youtu.be/AB0Yw12qwJk
Stanford Lecturer + Radio Host Dr. Ramzi Salti moderated a lively film discussion at Stanford on June 13, 2018 following the screening of Maysaloun Hamoud's film "In Between بر بحر לא פה, לא שם"

The film was part of Stanford Global Studies' annual film festival featuring movies from all around the world. This summer's theme was “Friends & Family: Tales From Near and Far.” This screening was sponsored by the Abbasi Program in Islamic Studies.

Below is a video of the film discussion, moderated by Dr. Ramzi Salti, in which members of the audience expressed various points of view that contributed towards a much needed discourse that centers on women, gender roles and marginalized sexualities in the Middle East.

Watch the video below or at https://youtu.be/AB0Yw12qwJk






Musical Trailer for the film "In Between" (Created by William Sakhnini)



Sunday, January 26, 2014

Arab Women Speak Frankly on TEDTalks

From comediennes to architects, Arab women are using TEDTalks as a platform to speak about many aspects of Arab society that are rarely discussed in public. Here is a sample.

Maysoon Zayid: I got 99 problems... palsy is just one
http://www.ted.com/talks/lang/ar/maysoon_zayid_i_got_99_problems_palsy_is_just_one.html
Arab-American comedian Maysoon Zayid takes us on a whistle-stop tour of her adventures as an actress, stand-up comic, philanthropist and advocate for the disabled.


Shereen El Feki: A little-told tale of sex and sensuality http://youtu.be/x95nwilkaio
Shereen El Feki traveled through the Middle East for five years, talking to people about sex.


Suad Amiry - My work My Hobby. http://youtu.be/bk7joCi-gXs
Suad Amiry is a Palestinian architect whose motto is 'Simply look inside you never at others'.


Bahia Shehab: A thousand times no
http://www.ted.com/talks/bahia_shehab_a_thousand_times_no.html
Art historian Bahia Shehab has long been fascinated with the Arabic script for 'no.' When revolution swept through Egypt in 2011, she began spraying the image in the streets saying no to dictators and injustice.


Suheir Hammad: Poems of war, peace, women, power http://youtu.be/UAj1hsXp18c
Poet Suheir Hammad performs two spoken-word pieces: "What I Will" and "break (clustered)" -- meditations on war and peace, on women and power.


May El-Khalil: Making peace is a marathon
http://www.ted.com/talks/lang/ar/may_el_khalil_making_peace_is_a_marathon.html
In a moving talk, marathon founder May El-Khalil explains why she believed a 26.2-mile running event could bring together a country divided for decades by politics and religion, even if for one day a year.


Suzanne Talhouk: Is Speaking Arabic Un-Cool? http://youtu.be/x-_kr7kwCM4
Suzanne Talhouk takes the initiative to revitalize the Arabic language by modernizing it, and reviving its use as a language of creative expression.  This video is in Arabic with English subtitles.


Dalia Mogahed: The attitudes that sparked the Arab Spring
http://youtu.be/RG5QP2EVUVY
Pollster Dalia Mogahed shares surprising data on Egyptian people's attitudes and hopes before the Arab Spring -- with a special focus on the role of women in sparking change.


Saturday, May 25, 2013

5/23 Arabology Podcast highlights Arab Women's Voices and Writings

The May 23, 2013 episode of Arabology highlights Arab Women's Voices in music, literature and culture. 
It can be downloaded at http://www.radio4all.net/index.php/program/68621
See full playlist at end of this blog entry.

May 23, 13 Arabology Podcast includes these amazing women and more


This Podcast includes:
1. An exclusive interview with singer May Nasr and the US premiere of her new song 'Ouhibbouka" (lyrics by Syrian writer Ghada Al Samman)
2. Writer Arin Mango who reads excerpts from her article "What's Islam Got to Do with It?' which was just published in Avicenna - The Stanford Journal on Muslim Affairs (Vol 3 No. 1 Winter 2013)
3. A conversation with Nisrin Elamin (Doctoral student at Stanford) who broaches issues related to Sudanese culture while showcasing vibrant songs by Alsarah and Rasha.
4. An interview with Zoe Woolford, student of Arabic at Stanford, who discusses the challenges and benefits of learning Arabic.
5. Selected songs by some of the Arab world's most talented female vocalists including Oumeima el Khalil, Yasmine Hamdan, and Fairuz.


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Playlist for Arabology Thurs, 23 May 2013 3-5pm DJ: Ramzi S. (Artist/Track/Album/Label)
1. Oumeima El Khalil/ Fi Akher Al Ashyaa/ Zaman/ Forward Music
2. Fairuz/ Ahwak/ Fairuz Chante Zaki Nassif/VDL
3. May Nasr+Lourdes Perez/Ma'kum bimshi/May Nasr
4. Interview with May Nasr/ Pre-recorded/ Arabology/ KZSU
5. May Nasr/ Ouhibouka (lyrics by Ghada Samman)/ Single/ May Nasr
6. Reading by Arin Mango/ What's Islam Got to Do with It?/Avicenna: Stanford Journal of Muslim Affairs
7. Rasha/ Ya Sudan Ma'alesh/ Let me be/ Rasha
8. Interview with Nisreen Elamin/ Part 1/ Arabology/ KSU
9. Alsarah/ Fi Himaka Rabana / Single/ Alsarah
10. Interview with Nisreen Elamin/ Part 2/ Arabology/ KZSU
11. Alsarah ft Oddise2/ Vote/ Single/ Oddisee
12. Interview with Zoe Woolford/Stanford student of Arabic/ Arabology/ KZSU
13. Yasmine Hamdan/ La Mouch/ Yasmine Hamdan/ Kwaidan Records

Friday, February 1, 2013

'Arab Women of Comedy' Show in Redwood City, CA (Feb 15, 2013)

Habibi's Entertainment presents:

Arab Women of Comedy
(Show in ENGLISH)

Comedians:
Maria Shehata - Egyptian American
Mona - Palestinian American
Marie-Therese Abou-Daoud - Lebanese American
Eman - Palestinian Canadian

Show Host:
Mike Batayeh - Jordanian American

To learn more about Comedians, click here for Press release

When:
Friday, Feb 15th
Doors open at 7 PM
1st show: 8 PM
2nd show: 10 PM
Where:
Club Fox, 2223 Broadway Street, Redwood City, CA
www.clubfoxrwc.com

Cost: 
$35 main floor $25 balcony

Details:
21 and over
Show in English
Facebook Event Page

Reservations:
Click here for 8 PM online tickets sales
or here for 10 PM online tickets sales

Or call: Samer Elbandak (415) 519-4460
Eyad Shqair: (415) 305-2165

Or you can buy directly from your community organization if they are part of the pay back to the community program.

Ramzi Salti's Talk: Healing through Lebanese Music (EPIC Fellows, Stanford Global Studies, September 2020)

Watch full talk at https://youtu.be/LzAaUrZEq8k This audio-visual talk by Stanford Lecturer + Arabology program host Dr. Ramzi Salti was pre...