From the Editors
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Adam Amrani graduated from the University of Texas at Austin cum laude ampla et magna in 2014 with a B.A. in English Literature. He worked as an undergraduate assistant in intensive Arabic courses, and also worked in developing and implementing cultural curriculum modules that were used in U.T. Arabic courses and in receiving the Qatar Foundation grant for 2013-2014. He was a flagship scholar and studied in Egypt and Morocco in 2013-2014 and worked with the Ministry of Culture through the Grand Mosque of the old city in Meknes. He has worked as a freelance translator and Arabic tutor, and conducts geopolitical analysis focusing on North Africa and the Sahel region, and dedicates his personal research on Algerian and Moroccan chaabi music. In his free time, Adam enjoys cooking, reading, dancing, and practicing musical instruments.