Trauma and Memory: Alif 30 by Ferial GhazoulTrauma and Memory: Alif 30 by Ferial Ghazoul

Trauma and Memory: Alif 30

EditorFerial Ghazoul

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The question of traumatic events has been recognized in psychology, psychoanalysis, and literature, but scholarly studies have mostly concentrated on traumas enacted in the West- World Wars and the Holocaust. This issue attempts to extend the field of trauma and memory studies to include otherparts of the world: Algeria, Egypt, Iraq, Iran, India, Ireland, Lebanon, Palestine, Pakistan, multi-ethnic America, and ancient Greece. Whether the Lebanese civil war or the Peloponnesian war, the Nakba of 1948 or the Naksa of 1967, the articles and personal testimonies in this issue explore theimpact of such tragic events on literary genre, films, fiction, folk culture, poetry, drama and visual arts. Alif, a refereed multilingual journal appearing annually in the spring, presents articles in Arabic, English, and, occasionally, French. The different traditions and languages confront and complement each other in its pages. Each issue includes and welcomes original articles.Contributors: Nasr Hamid Abu-Zayd, Galal Amin, Gaber Asfour, Mohammed Berrada, Ceza Kassem-Draz, Sabry Hafez, Barbara Harlow, Malak Hashem, Wolfhart Heinrichs, Richard Jacquemond, Andrew Rubin, Doris Enright-Clark Shoukri, and Hoda Wasfi.
Ferial J. Ghazoul is an Iraqi scholar, critic, and translator. She is professor of English and comparative literature at the American University in Cairo, and editor of Alif: Journal of Comparative Poetics. She has written extensively on gender issues in modern and medieval literature and is the author of Nocturnal Poetics: The Arabia...
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Title:Trauma and Memory: Alif 30Format:PaperbackDimensions:536 pages, 6.69 × 9.49 × 1.18 inPublished:March 15, 2010Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:9774164075

ISBN - 13:9789774164071

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