Double Estrangement and Developments in Arabic Science Fiction: Ahmad Sa‘dāwi’s Frankenstein in Baghdad

  • Ian Campbell Georgia State University
Keywords Science Fiction, Literature, Baghdad, Migration, Iraq
Keywords Science Fiction, Literature, Baghdad, Migration, Iraq

Abstract

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Author Biography

Ian Campbell, Georgia State University

Ian Campbell is Associate Professor of Arabic and Comparative Literature in the Department of World Languages & Cultures at Georgia State University. His research interests revolve around science fiction in Arabic and the depiction of Arabs and Arab/Muslim culture in Anglophone SF. He also writes about postcolonial Moroccan literature in French and Arabic. He administers a YouTube channel, Arabic Grammar Unpacked and also writes trashy murder mystery fiction under a pseudonym.

Published
2021-12-14