Arab authors who have become interested in writing historical fiction often take a distinct perspective on the lives of ordinary people, instead of focusing on wars or politics.
The late Saadallah Wannous explored the meaning of human liberation, both personal and political. His work has been collected now for English speakers.
At the Frankfurt Book Fair, Kenza Sefrioui gained insights on the problems faced worldwide by small publishing houses like hers.
A sampling of scholarly and literary works and translations that offer new perspectives on the region.
A tool created at Birzeit University will take machine translation of Arabic to a higher level.
A new bilingual literary anthology from the Arab renaissance of more than one hundred years ago is filled with writing that still resonates today.
Books by authors from the Maghreb show a generational shift in views on the school systems they experienced.
A Lebanese researcher has wandered throughout Arab history during his extensive career and examined the region’s relationship with Ottoman rulers and European ideas.
Hossam Abouzahr argues that Classical and Colloquial Arabic should be used and studied “side by side.”