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Department of English - Faculty Publications

Department of English - Faculty Publications

 

Recent Submissions

  • Saad Khalaf, Roseanne (Steidl, )
  • Myers, Robert (Playscripts, )
  • Saad Khalaf, Roseanne (Telegram, )
  • Myers, Robert (Playscripts, )
  • Ward, Abir; Hodeib, H.; Lincoln, K. (EduCart, )
    The American University of Beirut (AUB) released the first edition of its custom-published Reader for Academic Writing in 2007 to adapt the teaching of academic English to its students’ needs and interests. Now, eleven ...
  • Currell, David; Issa, Islam (Palgrave Macmillan, )
    Digital Milton is the first volume to investigate John Milton in terms of our digital present. It explores the digital environments Milton now inhabits as well as the diverse digital methods that inform how we read, teach, ...
  • Issa, Rana; Eggen, Nora (The Institute for Comparative Research in Human Culture, )
    This anthology is dedicated to Professor of Arabic Language and Culture Gunvor Mejdell in acknowledgement of and gratitude for her service through more than four decades in the field of Arabic and Middle Eastern Studies. ...
  • Saad Khalaf, Roseanne; Nassar, Dima (Turning Point Books, )
    This book presents an archive of living, breathing stories of women making promises and confessions, women coming to terms with traumatic pasts, negotiating complex present realities, and imagining alternative liberating ...
  • Mehmood, Tariq (Daraja Press, )
    One brother goes missing in action in Afghanistan, the other falls in love with an Afghan girl in England. Bitter divisions engulf an English town where young Muslims oppose the British army's presence in Afghanistan, ...
  • Mejcher-Atassi, Sonja; Mejcher, Helmut (Dar al-Tanweer, )
    Professor Helmut Mejcher has long been interested in the Middle East and other parts of the Arab world, and has participated in numerous conferences on the history of the region. He has been personally associated with many ...
  • Baalbaki, Rula; Akl, Said (Notre Dame University Press (Lebanon), )
  • Currell, David; Gleyzon, Francois-Xavier (Routledge, )
    John Milton’s poetry and prose are central to our understanding of the aesthetic, political, and religious upheavals of early modern England. Innovative recent scholarship, however, continues to expand the range of contexts ...
  • Baalbaki, Rula; Darwish, Usaymah (Dar Nelson, )
  • Mehmood, Tariq (Daraja Press, )
    A suicide bombing is being planned in Manchester, UK. Behind it lie Saleem Khan’s vivid memories – some full of regret and yearning, others humorous and yet others overshadowed by the surreal brutality of war. In the 1960s, ...
  • Baalbaki, Rula; Antar, Ziad. (Kaph, )
    In After Images, the artist Ziad Antar experiments with form, color and light with his lens-less camera, during a long journey searching for the cities where mythology was born. At the core of his work is the questioning ...
  • Najjar, Jasmina (Turning Point, )
    Welcome to the world of Nadia and her friends, and their stories about love, lust, and everything in-between. All their catastrophic dating adventures are 100percent true, though at times it's hard to believe. From the ...
  • Mehmood, Tariq (HopeRoad Publishing, )
    Karen thinks she’s not proper white. Her dad is Pakistani and her mother is white Christian, and somehow she feels as if she doesn’t quite fit in . . . anywhere. So she’s made a choice: she’s switching sides. Karen’s going ...
  • Gonsalves, Joshua D. (Zero Books, )
    The book explicates, in sum, the ethnic, racial, and sexual ambiguity of Cary Grant’s star persona as both an inculcation of (and resistance to) biopolitical imperatives in fifties-era “America”.
  • Sinni, Zane; Bioghlu-Karkanawi, Lina; Fleszar, Dorota (EduCart Publishing, )
    Shifting Narratives is a compilation of readings dealing with current issues of concern to the younger generation. It is specifically tailored for the Arab region and, more specifically, for the American University of ...
  • Mejcher-Atassi, Sonja; Nasiri, Rafi' (Skira, )
    A comprehensive monograph dedicated to one of the most influential Arab artists of our time. The book gives the first comprehensive study of Nasiri’s book art, situating it in contemporary artistic practices in Iraq, the ...

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