Re-Imagining Trans and South Asian Identity Through Story-Telling with Mashuq Mushtaq Deen & Prof. Aleem Hossain on CTSJ's The Matrix

Thursday October 14th, 2021 at 12pm Pacific.

The Departments of Critical Theory & Social Justice (CTSJ) and Media Arts and Culture (MAC) collaborate to bring you a panel conversation with Mashuq Mushtaq Deen and Professor Aleem Hossain (Oxy's MAC Dept. and Film Writer/Director) about expanding possibilities & identities through art and story-telling. 

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Oct14
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
2021-10-14 12:00:00 2021-10-14 13:00:00 Re-Imagining Trans and South Asian Identity Through Story-Telling with Mashuq Mushtaq Deen & Prof. Aleem Hossain on CTSJ's The Matrix

Mashuq Mushtaq Deen is a New Dramatists company member, winner of the Lambda Literary Award, and first runner-up for India's Sulthan Padamsee Playwriting Prize. He has been supported with residencies at MacDowell, Bogliasco, Wurlitzer, Blue Mountain Center, New Harmony and others. He is represented by the Gurman Agency.

From his website: "Rumi has a poem that goes: 'The way of love is not a subtle argument. The door there is devastation. Birds make great sky-circles of their freedom. How do they learn it? They fall, and falling, they're given wings.' ... I am particularly interested in the heroic journeys of the heart." 

Aleem Hossain is a Professor in Occidental's MAC Department and an award-winning film maker. 

This event is Co-Sponosred with the Gender, Women & Sexuality Studies Program at Oxy. 

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Event Date: Thursday, October 14, 2021

Mashuq Mushtaq Deen is a New Dramatists company member, winner of the Lambda Literary Award, and first runner-up for India's Sulthan Padamsee Playwriting Prize. He has been supported with residencies at MacDowell, Bogliasco, Wurlitzer, Blue Mountain Center, New Harmony and others. He is represented by the Gurman Agency.

From his website: "Rumi has a poem that goes: 'The way of love is not a subtle argument. The door there is devastation. Birds make great sky-circles of their freedom. How do they learn it? They fall, and falling, they're given wings.' ... I am particularly interested in the heroic journeys of the heart." 

Aleem Hossain is a Professor in Occidental's MAC Department and an award-winning film maker. 

This event is Co-Sponosred with the Gender, Women & Sexuality Studies Program at Oxy.