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Tarek El-Ariss is Associate Professor in the Department of Middle Eastern Studies, College of Liberal Arts.
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In dialogue with affect theory, deconstruction, and psychoanalysis, the book reveals these trials to be a violent and ongoing confrontation with and within modernity. In pointed and witty prose, El-Ariss bridges the gap between Nahda (the so-called Arab project of Enlightenment) and postcolonial and postmodern fiction
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