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There is No Waste in the Village

There is No Waste in the Village

Have you ever drunk water out of a pesticide bottle? Have you ever drunk milk out of a…
Why Are Yemenis Killing Their Names?

Why Are Yemenis Killing Their Names?

A short while ago, I ordered an item to be delivered to my residence, but I did not…
On Facebook: Disclosure, or Life Laid Bare in Shades of Blue

On Facebook: Disclosure, or Life Laid Bare in Shades of Blue

Language and expression are essential subjects of interest in the human sciences. The humanities are keen to study…
Hadhramout: Art Returns

Hadhramout: Art Returns

We grew up listening to our parents’ stories, told with pride, about a beautiful past. According to them,…
The Leader’s Country:* Dismantling the Image of the Arab Dictator through Fiction

The Leader’s Country:* Dismantling the Image of the Arab Dictator through Fiction

(1) One of the earliest Arabic translations of the novel The President by the Guatemalan writer Miguel Ángel…
Lagging Behind: The Sociology of Paternalism and its hold on Yemeni Society

Lagging Behind: The Sociology of Paternalism and its hold on Yemeni Society

Yemen’s ancient civilizations were widely recognized and were always significant. Historians recall the distinctive culture, kingdoms, and myths.…
Ala’a Gholam: The Journey of a Contemporary Young Oud Maker

Ala’a Gholam: The Journey of a Contemporary Young Oud Maker

What is music made of? This question has accompanied me since my early childhood. Who makes music? Who…
“I Wish I Was Still Young”: Sana’a in the Eyes of Najmia

“I Wish I Was Still Young”: Sana’a in the Eyes of Najmia

“I wish I was still young, and that I had never grown up.”   This is how she…
Will Our Satirical Memes Become a Source for History Writing and Social Sciences?

Will Our Satirical Memes Become a Source for History Writing and Social Sciences?

Despite developments in the conceptualization and practices of freedom in media, we live in an era of misinformation…
Life on Facebook and the Dematerialization of Death in Yemen

Life on Facebook and the Dematerialization of Death in Yemen

The Internet came to Yemen in the mid-1990s. In its early years the service was exclusive, it came…
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