Along the Walk

Photo by John Atashian
Photo by John Atashian

Anida Yoeu Ali, Patricia C. and Charles H. McGill III ’63 Visiting Assistant Professor of International Studies, holds an audience of approximately 300 spellbound during her April 2016 presentation, “Transcending the In-Between: A Lecture, Performance, and Visual Experience of Hybridity, Otherness, and Exiled Bodies.” Here she performs the last part of a three-sequence act, “Push,” encouraging her audience to pelt her with 99 raw eggs. “Eggs essentially represent women,” she explained. “In my world, women are heroes. “They are the duality of fragility and a target for hostility, particularly within the Muslim world.”

Read more about the presentation, or to view more pictures from the McGill Lecture, visit the Flickr gallery.

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