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Rasha Salti

'Reaganism and Thatcherism were not born in 1989. They were born in 1973, a very interesting date for the Arab World. That was the date of the October War and the Oil Boycott, which changed the relationship of the World with the Arabs.'

Rasha Salti is an independent curator and writer who is based in Beirut and works between New York, Paris and Toronto. In this podcast, Rasha Salti favours new narratives about the former East and West through her postcolonial analysis. She also talks about the methodology of unearthing images that she uses in her research, and about some of its repercussions. 

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