Episode 50

Teaching resistance and identity in Arab-American poetry

Published on: 5th December, 2021

Senior lecturer in English and comparative literature Sirene Harb was just honored by the Arab American Book Awards for her publication Articulations of Resistance Transformative Practices in Contemporary Arab-American Poetry. She explains her analyses of Arab-American poets, especially women, who represent their own understandings of time, space, resistance, and identities, often in daring experimental forms of poetry. Arab-American poets’ sentiments and perceptions of themselves in society also frequently link with similar attitudes among African-American and Arab women, especially in racial discrimination.

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Rami G. Khouri interviews AUB scholars about how their research findings clarify our world's mechanics and mysteries.