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Public Cultures of the Middle East and North Africa
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Indiana University Press
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Trade paperback (US)
Table Of Contents
PrefaceA Note on the Translations, Transliteration, and DatesIntroduction1. Border Crossings and Fractured Selves: A History of the Afghan Presence in Iran2. The Melancholy Modern: The Rise of a Refugee Intelligentsia3. Afghan Literary Organizations in Post-revolutionary Iran4. The Social Lives of Poets and Poetry5. Modern Love: Poetry, Companionate Marriage and Recrafting the Self6. When Your Darun Speaks to You : Ethics of Revelation and Concealment in Lyric PoetryConclusionEpilogue
Zuzanna Olszewska is Associate Professor in the Social Anthropology of the Middle East at the University of Oxford.
Winner of Winner, 2016 Houshang Pourshariati Iranian Studies Book Award.