Authored by poet, critic, translator, and author May Muzaffar, and translated by al Mawrid Arab Center for the Study of Art (2023).
Essay in Accinetal Archivism by Ala Younis on how to recognize accidental archaeological latencies in film work.
Read Professor Salwa Mikdadi and Professor Patrick Kane's entry on Egyptian painter and activist, Inji Efflatoun recently published in the Oxford Bibliographies.
A beautifully illustrated exploration of how Latif Al Ani’s photographs and contemporary Iraqi artists continue to challenge the colonial appropriation of Iraq’s ancient past, with contribution by Ala Younis.
Read al Mawrid Research Scholar Ala Younis contribution to this proposition of a new research agenda for the study of oil’s varied lives in the modern and contemporary Middle East.
Read al Mawrid Research Scholar Ala Younis reflections alongside a regional group of writers, thinkers, artists, and curators on different paradigms to consider how we conceptualize time or its passage, and our individual and collective roles in it.
Read Ala Younis and Tarek Abou El Fetouh's co-edited publication, On the Book of Sceneries published for EXPO's 2020's Public Art Programme where artists explore themes of vision and cognition for the global expo.
Read Dina Taha's book review, published in the peer-reviewed journal, Traditional Dwellings and Settlements Review (TDSR).
Read al Mawrid Research Scholar Ala Younis chapter in this book that establishes and maps the field of modern Russian-Arab history, including original archival and literary sources translated from six languages, many previously unpublished and all appearing in English for the first time.