'Arabology' is a weekly radio program hosted by Dr. Ramzi Salti, Lecturer in Arabic at Stanford University, which aims at showcasing various cultural productions from the Arab world including (mostly alternative) Arabic music, along with commentary in English. The show also features occasional interviews (in English) with individuals whose work is related to the region. 'Arabology' airs on KZSU Stanford 90.1 FM and streams at kzsulive.stanford.edu
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In addition to music by Mashrou' Leila, Tania Saleh, Watcha Clan, and Massar Egbari, this episode of Arabology (aired Oct 17, 2013) includes a ticket giveaway to the Abdel Halim Hafez tribute concert by Aswat on Dec 7 + a segment of the opening of the 'Markaz' at Stanford (ft interviews with Stanford students Nadia Smati, Subhan Ali, Osama El-Gabalawy) .
This episode also includes segments from my interview with Moroccan Filmmaker Moumen Smihi and Professor Peter Limbrick, Associate Professor, Film and Digital Media, UCSC.