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Autor: Akram Al Deek
ISBN-13: 9781349953196
Einband: Book
Seiten: 204
Gewicht: 294 g
Format: 221x144x17 mm
Sprache: Englisch

Writing Displacement

Home and Identity in Contemporary Post-Colonial English Fiction
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Akram Al Deek is an Assistant Professor at the American University of Madaba, Jordan. Al Deek is a Palestinian writer and lecturer in post-colonial studies, world literatures, and cultural and literary theory. Subsequent to his family's exile from Palestine, he was born in Jordan (German by nationality) and spent his entire twenties working and studying in England. Al Deek is currently working on his semi-autobiographical memoir, The Eucalyptus Tree: Episodes of Dispersals.
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Studies the metamorphosis of the politics of home and identity amongst different migrant nationals from the end of WWII into the new millennium
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Uses the Palestinian exilic displacements as a tool and compass to find intersecting points of reference with the Caribbean, Indian, African, Chinese, and Pakistani dispersions, Writing Displacement studies the metamorphosis of the politics of home and identity amongst different migrant nationals from the end of WWII into the new millennium.
Autor: Akram Al Deek
Akram Al Deek is an Assistant Professor at the American University of Madaba, Jordan. Al Deek is a Palestinian writer and lecturer in post-colonial studies, world literatures, and cultural and literary theory. Subsequent to his family's exile from Palestine, he was born in Jordan (German by nationality) and spent his entire twenties working and studying in England. Al Deek is currently working on his semi-autobiographical memoir, The Eucalyptus Tree: Episodes of Dispersals.

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Autor: Akram Al Deek
ISBN-13 :: 9781349953196
ISBN: 1349953199
Erscheinungsjahr: 28.09.2017
Verlag: Palgrave Macmillan
Gewicht: 294g
Seiten: 204
Sprache: Englisch
Sonstiges: Taschenbuch, 221x144x17 mm, Bibliographie