Teaching modern Arabic literature in translation

Level B P892.78 /527617 On loanDue: 10-02-2021   Request
Full title: Teaching modern Arabic literature in translation / edited by Michelle Hartman
Other authors: Hartman, Michelle, (Editor)
Format: Book           

Table of Contents:
  • Introduction: why theory, politics, and ethics matter / Michelle Hartman
  • Situated literatures: history, current events and the politics of teaching Arabic literature. Arabic literature and world literature / Ken Seigneurie
  • Untranslatability, discomfort, ideology: should we teach Arabic literature / Stephen Sheehi
  • Teaching (beyond) the conflict: a contrapuntal reading / Philip Metres
  • Teaching scandals: gender and translation in the Arabic literature classroom / Michelle Hartman
  • Engaging the canon in modern Arabic literature in translation: cosmopolitan reading in the nahda / Rebecca C. Johnson
  • The joke's on me: teaching Emile Habiby's The pessoptomist in translation / Maya Kesrouany
  • Arabic poetics through a canonical translation: teaching Tayeb Salih's Season of migration to the north / Rula Jurdi Abisaab
  • Teaching modern Arabic literature in translation in Middle Tennessee / Allan Hibbard
  • Comparative contexts, youth culture, new media. Youth culture in the Arab world: explorations through literature in translation / Caroline Seymour-Jorn
  • Teaching new Egyptian writing: experimental style in Arabic and the undergraduate reader / Mara Naaman
  • Syrian literature after 2000: publics, mobilities, revolt / Anne-Marie McManus
  • Teaching Arabic literature in open spaces / Lynx Qualey
  • Selected Arabic literary works in English