SOAS University of London

Department of the Languages and Cultures of the Near and Middle East

Dr Keya Anjaria

  • Teaching
  • Publications

Overview

Keya Anjaria
Near and Middle East Section, School of Languages, Cultures and Linguistics

Lecturer (education) in Near and Middle East Studies

Centre for Ottoman Studies

Member

Centre for Cultural, Literary and Postcolonial Studies (CCLPS)

Member

London Middle East Institute (LMEI)

Member

Name:
Dr Keya Anjaria
Email address:
Telephone:
(020 7898) 4587
Address:
SOAS University of London
Thornhaugh Street, Russell Square, London WC1H 0XG
Building:
Russell Square: College Buildings
Office No:
412
Academic Support Hours:
By appointment

Teaching

Programmes Convened
Modules Taught
PhD Students supervised
  • Ahmet Atas, The Politics of Melancholia in Kurdish Diasporic Novels

Publications

Articles

Anjaria, Keya (2015) 'The Dandy and the Coup: Politics of Literature in the post-1980 Turkish Novel, Üç Beş Kişi'. Middle Eastern Literatures, (17) 3, pp 263-282.

Book Chapters

Anjaria, Keya (2021) 'Monolingualising the Multilingual Ottoman Novel: Ahmet Midhat Efendi’s Felatun Bey ile Rakım Efendi'. In: Hiddleston, Jane and Ouyang, Wen-Chin, (eds.), Multilingual Literature as World Literature. London: Bloomsbury, pp 111-126.

Anjaria, Keya (2016) 'Rethinking Istanbul: Women and the City in Perihan Mağden's Two Girls'. In: Singh, Jaspal and O'Neil, Mary Lou, (eds.), Negotiating Gender and Sexuality in Contemporary Turkey. New York: Peter Lang.

Translations

Anjaria, Keya (2016) 'Yaşar Kemal (1925-2015):'Pens'' Middle Eastern Literatures, (18) 3, pp 225-230.

Conference Items

Anjaria, Keya (2019) 'Forging the Spirit of Gezi: Perihan Mağden's Two Girls and Orhan Pamuk's The Black Book' In: BATAS Symposium / Turkish Area Studies Review, May 2019, Cambridge UK.

 

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