Literature Around the World

Heba Sharobeem interviews acclaimed
Egyptian novelist Sahar El Mougy.

Maha Zawil discusses the value of non-violent resistance in Lebanon.

Megharaj Adhikari and Sushil Shrestha interview Professor Abhi Subedi about teaching American Literature in Nepal.

Asma Dhouioui draws parallels between Nemerov’s “A Picture” and contemporary Tunisia.

Faniry Ranaivo Rahamefy reflects on gardening, loneliness, and The Little Prince during lockdown.​

Caetano Waldrigues Galindo​ meditates on the origins of the oldest university in Brazil.

Genilda Azerêdo outlines the relation between feminst politics, literature, and practice.

Looking out into a campus courtyard without students,  Zanafy Gladys Abdoul imagines a COVID-free school year.

Usa Padgate reflects on how social unrest is mirrored across all spheres of life.

Vijetha Kumar reflects on running away, getting into a rut, and becoming one’s own person.

Nadia Rahman ponders what the books on her shelves might tell us about scholarly interest, scholarly pleasure, and a sense of belonging in one’s work.​

Zeenat Taher ruminates on the inseparability of life and poetry during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Esra Öztarhan considers how feminist literature has shaped her life and pedagogy.

Claude Le Fustec highlights how Toni Morrison’s Sula contributes to the endless process of self-discovery.

Miloš Blahút links his personal experience with literature to pro-democracy movements.