Teaching with Arabic Literature in Translation: Abdelrahman Munif’s ‘Cities of Salt’
As a reflective novel on the Iraq war, Andy Owen’s East of Coker well-delivers T.S. Eliot’s reminder of the recursive nature of human folly and tragedy.
A transnational mysticism emerges out of Lababidi’s poetry. In his verses, one finds echoes of Rumi, Catholic imagery, and reflections on using Google as a pathway to memory and loss.
Texting is paving the way for literacy learning in Senegal, and it could be the impetus for a written language in Wolof, which until now has been an oral African language.