New Book ‘Breaking it Down’ Sets Forth Acting Techniques for the Global Majority
In the book, Associate Professor of Theater Monica Ndounou and her co-author “combine practical advice, cultural studies, Black feminist perspectives, and lived experiences to offer intersectional approaches to auditioning,” says the website.
Tunisia Should Learn From Its Neighbors: Strongmen Are Not the Answer
In a column, Senior Lecturer Ezzedine Fishere writes about the myth of “enlightened despots” and the problems that keep Arab states fragile. Despotism, “even that which purports to be enlightened, only exacerbates them,” he writes.