Ibrahim Taha: 2016. The Fourth Dimension: Semiotic Debates with Palestinian and Arabic Literatures. Nazareth: The Arabic Language Academy

  • Basilius Bawardi Bar Ilan University
Keywords: Palestinian literary criticism

Author Biography

Basilius Bawardi, Bar Ilan University
Basilius Bawardi is a senior lecturer at Bar-Ilan University. He is specialized in modern Arabic literature and literary genres in the nineteenth century. Dr. Bawardi studies the relationship between literature, and national, religious, and social ideologies. In addition, he is working on the study of the Arab detective literature from the end of the nineteenth century until recent decades. Bawardi also examines the teaching processes of Arabic language and curricula of the Palestinian Arab minority in Israel. He is the author of The Lebanese-Phoenician Nationalist Movement: Literature, Language and Identity, (Tauris-London) 2016, and The Magazine Shi‛r And The Poetics Of Modern Arabic Poetry: A Textual Study (Peter Lang, forthcoming).
Published
2019-06-25
How to Cite
Bawardi, B. “Ibrahim Taha: 2016. The Fourth Dimension: Semiotic Debates With Palestinian and Arabic Literatures. Nazareth: The Arabic Language Academy”. Middle East - Topics & Arguments, Vol. 12, no. 1, June 2019, pp. 135-7, doi:10.17192/meta.2019.12.8009.