Nahrain Al-Mousawi


(12/15) Israel and South Africa: The Many Faces of Apartheid, Middle East Monitor

(11/15) Bitter Almonds, Middle East Monitor

(11/15) A Portal in Space, Middle East Monitor

(11/15) Kindness of Enemies, Middle East Monitor

(10/15) A Dizzying Sense of Displacement: Review of Broken Mirrors, Qantara

(9/15) Shifting Sands: The Unravelling of the Old Order in the Middle East, Middle East Monitor

(9/15) Haunted by a Suffocating Society: Review of Where Pigeons Don’t Fly, Qantara

(8/15) The Arab of the Future: A Childhood in the Middle East, 1978-1984, Middle East Monitor

(8/15) Inside/Outside: Six Plays from Palestine and the Diaspora, Middle East Monitor

(7/15) A Life Uprooted & Replanted: Review of The Bamboo Stalk, Qantara

(7/15) War and Occupation in Iraqi Fiction, Middle East Monitor

(7/15) Occupied Lives: Maintaining Integrity in a Palestinian Refugee Camp in the West Bank, Middle East Monitor

(5/15) An Honest and Painful Cultural Exchange: What Makes a Man? Sex Talk in Beirut and Berlin, Qantara

(5/15) Nael Eltoukhy’s Women of Karantina, Chicago Tribune

(1/15) Mona Prince’s Revolution Is My Name, Middle East Monitor

(Winter 14) The Land Between: A Documentary of the Undocumented, Portal 9 Journal 4

(12/14) African Titanics Reveals the Plight of Migrants Always on the Road to a New Life, The National

(Winter 10) Gendering Urban Space in the Middle East, Asia, & South Africa, Journal of Middle Eastern Women’s Studies 5, no. 3

(Fall 09) La Petite Jérusalem: The Subject of Universal Humanism “In Pieces, As It Is”, Women in Judaism: A Multidisciplinary Journal 6, no. 1

(Spring 06) Silmandé: Nation Building & the Lebanese Encounter, Ufahamu: Journal of the African Activist Association 32, nos. 1-2

(Spring 06) Algerian White: Djebar’s Meditations on Death, Ethnic 3rd World Review of Books 6

(Summer 98) a/k/a, Ruthann Robson, Fireweed: Feminist Quarterly of Writing, Politics, Art, & Culture

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