MAURICE EBILEENI, Being There, Being Here: Palestinian Writings in the World (Syracuse: Syracuse University Press, 2022)


  • Joseph R. Farag University of Minnesota



Palestinians, Languages, Literature

Author Biography

Joseph R. Farag, University of Minnesota

Joseph R. Farag is Associate Professor of Modern Arab Studies at the University of Minnesota – Twin Cities. His first book, Politics and Palestinian Literature in Exile, was published in 2017. His current research addresses Arab prison writing. 


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