Literature and Creative Writing
Anita Shishani meditates on the difficult linguistic, cultural, and political dynamics of speaking the Chechen language.
Poems by NYUAD first-year student Andrew Riad.
Three poems by Rooftop Rhythms veteran Alton Ramsey.
Three poems by Dorian Paul Rogers, the guiding spirit of Rooftop Rhythms in Abu Dhabi.
Why do some private resorts in the Arab world choose to ban burkinis?
Two poems: “Music Lesson for Beginners” and “The Ending Passage.”
Giving voice to the pathemari, boats that the first Malayalee expats used to make their way to UAE in the 1960s.
Julián Carrera proposes that literary scholars should pay more attention to videogames.
Navigating a complex concept not only in the classroom but also in the real world.
The second installment in our spring poetry series.
A profile of novelist and NYUAD Creative Writing professor Miguel Syjuco.
Laura Deryng thinks about the significance of not knowing how to cook a chicken.