From the Editors
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follow me to the land where the sun always shines and homes bleed into each other stars of dust and lust cityscapes of pain and manicured skylines that dance to the rhythm of my fingertips over your skin calloused with yearnings for a past that stalks you for a past that keeps you its prisoner of shame come look and you will find me waiting behind the sun where hope and lust are retired into an afterlife of what ifs where broken souls are left ...Keep Reading »
Rosie Bsheer is an Assistant Professor of History at Yale University. Her research centers on the study of historiography, archive theories, and the spatial politics of oil cities. Rosie is Associate Producer of the 2007 Oscar-nominated film “My Country, My Country” and is Co-Editor of Jadaliyya E-zine. She is also co-editor of Dawn of the Arab Uprisings: End of an Old Order? (Pluto Press, 2012). Her co-authored articles can be accessed here, here, and here.
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