From the Editors
The New York Times says Jadaliyya "Brings New Life to Arab Studies." Read about it by clicking here.
Rose Issa and Michket Krifa (eds.), Arab Photography Now. Kehrer: Heidelberg & Berlin, 2011. [This review is forthcoming in Goethe Institut's publication Fikrun Wa Fann.] Rose Issa and Michket Krifa, curators of art from the Arab world, recently published a collection of photographs by Arab artists in a major catalogue entitled Arab Photography Now (2011). Anthological publications in general and photography catalogues in particular that include reproductions of art ...Keep Reading »
Rania Gaafar is a research associate in the Media Art department at the University of Art and Design in Karlsruhe (Germany). Her forthcoming book Technology and Desire–The Transgressive Art of Moving Images is forthcoming from Intellect (Bristol and Chicago) in 2012.
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