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Emerging Women in Today's Pakistan

In conversation with Moni Mohsin; author and journalist with Hamna Zubair; editor and cultural critic.

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Emerging Women in Today's Pakistan
Emerging Women in Today's Pakistan

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Mar 28, 2021, 10:00 AM – 11:30 AM

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About the Event

“Do desis yearn to be ruled by a strong man?” asks Moni Mohsin and further invites you to join a lively conversation about celebrity, society, and the cult of masculinity in contemporary South Asia.

Pakistan in a new light and its high life. 

In conversation with Moni Mohsin.

Moni Mohsin, born and raised in Lahore, Pakistan, is an author and a journalist. She began her career at The Friday Times, Pakistan’s first independent weekly newspaper, where she started her long-running, satirical column The Diary of a Social Butterfly. Moni has written four works of fiction — two novels, The End of Innocence and Tender Hooks aka Duty-Free and two books of collected Butterfly columns, The Diary of a Social Butterfly and The Return of the Butterfly. Her latest novel is The Impeccable Integrity of Ruby R. She is married with two children and lives between London and Lahore.

Hamna Zubair is a writer, editor, and culture critic, living in Karachi, Pakistan, will be in conversation with Moni Mohsin about her novels' inspiration, how she created the main characters, social media, and more. Hamna was previously Culture Editor at, Pakistan's largest English-language daily newspaper. She has an MFA in Creative Writing from The New School and has published in New York City before her work in journalism in Pakistan. Her work on feminism, the arts, and how the two intersect in South Asia has appeared in Vogue, Slate, The Herald, Dawn, and various other publications. 

Art Forum SF is a not for profit that strives to define and promote all art forms emerging from South Asia. Art Forum SF endeavor to present the visual, the literary, and the performing arts in their various versions, thus promoting a more extensive reach for South Asian voices. In October 2019, Art Forum SF debuted the South Asian Literature and Art festival with grand success, at the Montalvo Arts Center’s picturesque site in Saratoga, California. The festival featured prominent experts experienced in the cultural-literary-artistic histories of South Asian countries and in different aspects of the humanities, to give talks, have exhibitions and performances, book reading for local audiences

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