Podcast: The Legacy of the Great Lebanon Famine (with Lina Mounzer and Timour Azhari)

This is a conversation with Lina Mounzer and Timour Azhari, repeat guests on the podcast, about the legacy of the Great Famine of Mount Lebanon (1915–1918) and its legacy today. This is episode 85 of The Fire These Times.

Topics Discussed + Resources:

Recommended Books

Timour:

  • On the Road by Jack Kerouack
  • Kafka on the Shore by Haruki Murakami
  • Citizen Hariri by Hannes Bauman

Lina:

  • Beirut Nightmares by Ghada Samman
  • A Month in Siena & The Return by Hicham Matar
  • Yes, I am a destroyer by Mira Mattar

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Music by Tarabeat.

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