9 episodes

Silk Road Rising’s “In-Dialogue,” a podcast dedicated to the lively exchange of ideas and experiences. Silk Road Rising is a community-centered art-making and arts service organization rooted in Asian, Middle Eastern, and Muslim experiences. Through live theatre, digital media, and arts education, we challenge disinformation, cultivate new narratives, and promote a culture of continuous learning."In-Dialogue" is hosted by Jamil Khoury, Co-Founder and Co-Executive Artistic Director of Silk Road Rising. Visit www.silkroadrising.org for more info.

In-Dialogue Silk Road Rising

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Silk Road Rising’s “In-Dialogue,” a podcast dedicated to the lively exchange of ideas and experiences. Silk Road Rising is a community-centered art-making and arts service organization rooted in Asian, Middle Eastern, and Muslim experiences. Through live theatre, digital media, and arts education, we challenge disinformation, cultivate new narratives, and promote a culture of continuous learning."In-Dialogue" is hosted by Jamil Khoury, Co-Founder and Co-Executive Artistic Director of Silk Road Rising. Visit www.silkroadrising.org for more info.

    Episode Nine: Should Only Middle Eastern American Actors Play Middle Eastern American Roles?

    Episode Nine: Should Only Middle Eastern American Actors Play Middle Eastern American Roles?

    On this episode of In-Dialogue, host Jamil Khoury concludes his conversation with friend, colleague, and collaborator Dr. Michael Malek Najjar, Associate Professor of Theatre Arts at The University of Oregon.
     
    This is the ninth of nine conversations with Malek exploring the Arab American and Middle Eastern American theatre movements. In this episode they focus on casting and address a question that is sometimes very nuanced, and sometimes abundantly clear “Should only Middle Eastern American actors play Middle Eastern American roles?”  This conversation was recorded on August 23, 2019. 

    • 25 min
    Episode Eight: The Intersectional Identities of Middle Eastern Americans

    Episode Eight: The Intersectional Identities of Middle Eastern Americans

    On this episode of In-Dialogue, host Jamil Khoury continues his conversation with friend, colleague, and collaborator Dr. Michael Malek Najjar, Associate Professor of Theatre Arts at The University of Oregon.
     
    This is the eighth of nine conversations with Malek exploring the Arab American and Middle Eastern American theatre movements. In this episode they explore the intersectional identities of Middle Eastern Americans.  This conversation was recorded on August 23, 2019. 

    • 24 min
    Episode Seven: Are Arab Americans and Middle Eastern Americans White?

    Episode Seven: Are Arab Americans and Middle Eastern Americans White?

    On this episode of In-Dialogue, host Jamil Khoury continues his conversation with friend, colleague, and collaborator Dr. Michael Malek Najjar, Associate Professor of Theatre Arts at The University of Oregon.

    This is the seventh of nine conversations with Malek exploring the Arab American and Middle Eastern American theatre movements. In this episode, they veer into somewhat edgier space and ask "Are Arab Americans and Middle Eastern Americans white?”  This conversation was recorded on August 23, 2019. 

    • 24 min
    Episode Six: How Do We Know If It’s a Middle Eastern American Play?

    Episode Six: How Do We Know If It’s a Middle Eastern American Play?

    On this episode of In-Dialogue, host Jamil Khoury continues his conversation with friend, colleague, and collaborator Dr. Michael Malek Najjar, Associate Professor of Theatre Arts at The University of Oregon.
     
    This is the sixth of nine conversations with Malek exploring the Arab American and Middle Eastern American theatre movements. In this episode they dive into the question “How do we know if it’s a Middle Eastern American play?” This conversation was recorded on August 22, 2019.  

    • 27 min
    Episode Five: What Is the Difference Between Arab American and Middle Eastern American?

    Episode Five: What Is the Difference Between Arab American and Middle Eastern American?

    On this episode of In-Dialogue, host Jamil Khoury continues his conversation with friend, colleague, and collaborator Dr. Michael Malek Najjar, Associate Professor of Theatre Arts at The University of Oregon.
     
    This is the fifth of nine conversations with Malek exploring the Arab American and Middle Eastern American theatre movements.  In this episode, they grapple with the question "What is the difference between Arab American and Middle Eastern American?" This conversation was recorded on August 22, 2019.

    • 26 min
    Episode Four: September 11, 2001 to the Present

    Episode Four: September 11, 2001 to the Present

    On this episode of In-Dialogue, host Jamil Khoury continues his conversation with friend, colleague, and collaborator Dr. Michael Malek Najjar, Associate Professor of Theatre Arts at The University of Oregon.
     
    This is the fourth of nine conversations with Malek exploring the Arab American and Middle Eastern American theatre movements. In this episode, they examine the period from 9/11 to the present. This conversation was recorded on August 22, 2019.

    • 22 min

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