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- University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign 1
We spoke about how it was to grow up in Syria. My grandma told me about what it was like to grow up on a farm and to come to America once she met her husband when she was younger....
In this interview, conducted in November 2018 in Chantilly, Virginia, Yara Alsakbani (15) interviews her Grandpa, Atah Awwad (61) about his childhood in Palestine, and his life afterwards in Syria. In addition to his childhood, Atah talks about his life...
Dr. Mauro Nobili is a history professor at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Here he discusses his research as it relates to the fabled city of Timbuktu and the linguistic challenges posed to those addressing similar areas of interest.
I ask my mom what coming to America from Egypt was like.
Emily Rafka’s cousin Jude Khuzam is a Syrian refugee in Germany. She escaped the war to get a better education and to get a better life experience. Jude talks about her childhood, her condition now, and many other things. She...
In this interview made on December 6th 2016 in Chantilly, Virginia, Marwa Arabi (15) interviews her father Nagib Arabi (62) about his life from when he was young up untill now. My father tells story’s about what he did as...
Interviewing my grandmother who grew up in Lunsar and moved across Africa throughout her life, until she moved to Lebanon and learned Arabic, which is what this interview is in.
In this interview, conducted in January 2018 in Vienna, Virginia, Leigh El-Hindi (16) interviews her mother Jeanne El-Hindi (48) about her interests in Middle Eastern culture and her time spent in Syria. The interview starts with Mrs. El-Hindi’s childhood in...
In this interview, conducted in December 2017 in Egg Harbor Township, New Jersey, Rahaf Abdallah (16) interviews her mother Azza Ghanem about her life growing up in Egypt and in America. Azza shares her stories about education and living the...
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign doctoral candidate Hapsatou Wane comments on the many uses of diverse languages in contemporary Senegal.