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Ahmad Qabaha

Ahmad Qabaha

Ahmad is a PhD student of comparative and postcolonial literature at Lancaster University, UK. He has recently published ‘The Complications of Exile and Belonging in Malcolm Cowley’s Exile’s Return (1934) and Fawaz Turki’s Exile’s Return (1994)’, International Journal of Comparative Literature & Translation Studies, 2(3), 2014, pp. 63-73. Ahmad co-authored with Dr Lindsey Moore ‘Chronic Trauma, (Post)Colonial Chronotopes and Palestinian Lives: Omar Robert Hamilton’s Though I Know the River is Dry (Ma‘a Anni A‘rif anna al-Nahr Qad Jaf, 2013)’, in Postcolonial Traumas, ed. by Abigail Ward (Palgrave, 2015).