Lecturer (education) in Near and Middle East Studies
- Dr Keya Anjaria
- Email address:
- (020 7898) 4587
- SOAS University of London
Thornhaugh Street, Russell Square, London WC1H 0XG
- Russell Square: College Buildings
- Office No:
- Academic Support Hours:
- Thu 1-2, Fri 10-11 TERM-TIME BOOKING (SEE BIO)
Office hours by appointment via Google Calendar
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.
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.
Anjaria, Keya (2016) 'Yaşar Kemal (1925-2015):'Pens'' Middle Eastern Literatures, (18) 3, pp 225-230.
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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