Verschlagwortet: popular culture

Affective Readings: Emotion and Society in/of Egyptian Literature, 1990 to 2020

By Christian Junge. What are the social functions of reading literature? While many studies approach Arabic literature primarily through the lens of authors, the literary field, or sociopolitical discourses, my interdisciplinary postdoctoral research project, “Affective Readings”, shifts the focus to the readers. I ask: What do readers read, and how and why?

Call for Papers: “Trans-l Encounters: Religious Education and Islamic Popular Culture in Asia and the Middle East”

The research network “Re-Configurations: History, Remembrance and Transformation Processes in the Middle East and North Africa” invites submissions for the international conference: “Trans-l Encounters: Religious Education and Islamic Popular Culture...

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