Activities of April 19,

Index / Activities

  • Coronavirus in the Maghreb and Middle East 
    Conferences and debates

    Coronavirus in the Maghreb and Middle East 

    From April 07, 2020 until May 26, 2020
    ONLINE
    We are beginning a series of video shorts in which journalists working in different countries around the region tell us about how they are experiencing the situation there.
  • Interview with Moroccan writer Mohamed El Morabet 
    Books and publications

    Interview with Moroccan writer Mohamed El Morabet 

    From April 11, 2020 until April 19, 2020
    ONLINE
    Listen to the interview we held with El Morabet about his work “An Abandoned Plot” (originally published in Spanish as “Un solar abandonado” by Sitara), in which we speak about the novel, his travels, the Tamazight language, dual identities, the future and the soundtrack which accompanies the book’s main character.
  • The impact of coronavirus on Arab countries 
    Conferences and debates

    The impact of coronavirus on Arab countries 

    From April 16, 2020 until April 22, 2020This live round table discussion will be held on Wednesday, April 22 at 6:00 p.m.
    ONLINE #JUSTSTAYHOME #QUÉDATEENCASA
    Casa Árabe, with the cooperation of the Real Instituto Elcano and CIDOB, has organized this live round table discussion to be broadcast online on Wednesday, April 22. You can watch it on Casa Árabe’s YouTube channel.
  • Open call to take part in Aula Árabe Universitaria 2
    Conferences and debates

    Open call to take part in Aula Árabe Universitaria 2

    From April 17, 2020 until May 17, 2020
    The call for university bachelor’s degree and graduate programs that wish to participate in the upcoming edition of Aula Árabe Universitaria is now open, and applications may be completed online until May 17.
  • The origins of Arab-Flamenco fusion 
    Courses and seminars

    The origins of Arab-Flamenco fusion 

    From December 16, 2019 until February 22, 20215:00 p.m.
    CORDOBA
    At its headquarters in Cordoba, Casa Árabe is offering eleven “master classes” to be given by Carolina Prior, with the goal of taking a tour through the origins of Arab dance (gypsis), including its changes over time and its influence on flamenco.