Hirsh Sawhney will present South Haven & Delhi Noir at Fairfield University. Hosted by the Asian Studies Program.
Where is Home: “Home” is an idea that invites many definitions and interpretations, but it is especially complex for immigrants and their children. Is home where one’s family is, or one’s family history? Or where their beliefs are accepted and embraced? Dina Nayeri (Refuge), Amani Al-Khatahtbeh (Muslim Girl), and Derek Palacio (The Mortifications) discuss how […]
Featuring Hirsh Sawney (South Haven, Delhi Noir), Jung Yun, Rumaan Alam, and Jade Chang; moderated by Amanda Brack.
“My First Time” featuring: Hirsh Sawhney, Louie Cronin, and Louise Miller; moderated Jabari Asim.
Hirsh Sawhney in conversation with Akhil Sharma, moderated by Mythili Rao.
Join Hirsh Sawhney (South Haven) and other alums for the Rutgers-Newark MFA Program Alumni Reading Series. This event is open to the public.
Hirsh Sawhney (South Haven) in conversation with Christine Kim.