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A Genealogy of Humanitarian Visual Culture: Yemeni Bodies in Pain, and Digital Humanitarianism
Civil Society

A Genealogy of Humanitarian Visual Culture: Yemeni Bodies in Pain, and Digital Humanitarianism

Digital humanitarianism, especially at times of prolonged wars, evidently has the power to become a dominant source of…
On Facebook: Disclosure, or Life Laid Bare in Shades of Blue
Culture

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

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…
Mashaqer in Taiz: Fragrant Ornaments and the Rituals of Life and Death
Culture

Mashaqer in Taiz: Fragrant Ornaments and the Rituals of Life and Death

Ezzadeen Mohammed stands every morning by the Grand Gate in Taiz city, south west Yemen. He carefully lines…
Life on Facebook and the Dematerialization of Death in Yemen
Culture

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…
Intimate Walls
Art

Intimate Walls

In the words of the poet Abdulaziz al-Maqaleh, “Sana’a is the capital of the soul and a tavern…
Our Roots
Culture

Our Roots

 A few friends and I were watching the game between Algeria and the Ivory Coast during the Africa…
Religious Intolerance in Yemen: The Struggle to Practice Freely
Op-ed

Religious Intolerance in Yemen: The Struggle to Practice Freely

Religion is an interesting and versatile concept, and despite its multiplicity and various interpretations, it should not legitimize…
On Exile: A Journey of Fear, Guilt and Nostalgia
Op-ed

On Exile: A Journey of Fear, Guilt and Nostalgia

What is exile? Identity? Nostalgia? Memories? Fears? Am I really in exile? What is belonging? If you are…
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