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Noha Mohamed Radwan is an Egyptian literary scholar and Assistant Professor Arabic Literature Columbia University. Radwan was born in Cairo, Egypt. She teaches “Introduction to Islamic Civilization.” Radwan received her MA from the Department of Arabic Studies at the American University in Cairo and her PhD at the University of California at Berkeley.

She has also taught at U. C. Berkeley. [1] [2]

Political views

Radwan told a reporter, “I am an anti-Zionist.” [3]

Radwan defines the “Arab nationalist project” as “liberating Palestine and achieving true independence and real progress.” [4]


Redefining the Canon: Shi'r Al- 'Ammiyya and Modernism in Arabic Poetry (2004) University of California Press.

A Place for Fiction in the Historical Archive , (Critique: Critical Middle Eastern Studies, Volume 17 Issue 1 2008 , pp. 79-95)


  1. ^ Free UC Berkeley Extension Lecture Examines Nonviolence After 9/11, Business Wire, May 20, 2002 [1]
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  3. ^ Faculty Denounce 'Right-Wing Attack,' by Jacob Gershman, New York Sun, April 5, 2005 [2]
  4. ^ Revolutionary musahharati, Noha Radwan, Al Ahram, 13 - 19 November 2003, Issue No. 664 [3]


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