The Secret Life of Saeed, the Pessoptimist, a 1974 novel by Emile Habiby, tackles the Israel-Palestine conflict with […]
In Diana Abu-Jaber’s memoir, “The Language of Baklava,” food represents something more substantial than savory, delectable provisions. It
“It takes a long time for a country to reemerge from silence, especially a country like Algeria.” “The
My Shadow is my Skin (Voices from the Iranian Diaspora): How the Iranian Diaspora Advertise their Hyphenated Identity
“I have taken my shadow—my Iranian heritage—and inverted it. My shadow is my skin. I advertise it” (p.
In her experimental novel, “If an Egyptian Cannot Speak English,” Noor Naga transports the reader to post-revolution Egypt.
Granada, a historical fiction novel written by Radwa Ashour and translated by William Granara, captures the uncertainty of
Many Western feminists believe that agency is the key to women’s advancement. However, Palestinian-American anthropologist Lila Abu-Lughod deconstructs
“Against the Loveless World” tells a story of exile through the eyes of Nahr, a Palestinian refugee. Susan