Clamor

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Litmus Press
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76
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English
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Paperback
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9781933959481
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About the Author

Hocine Tandjaoui is from Biskra, Algeria. His first published poems appeared in 1968 in the Moroccan journal Souffles, for which he served as the Algiers correspondent. He is the author of the poetry collection Le temps de nous-mêmes précédé par L'attente de l'arche (Paris: Librairie Saint Germain des Près, 1974), and three novels, Les jours lents (Paris: Éditions Leo Scheer, 2003), La bande noire dans l'ombre (Paris: 108 Édition, 2016), and Ainsi que tous les hommes (Naples/Tunis/Skopje) (Paris: 108 Édition, 2020). As a fiction writer, Tandjaoui works with archival sources to recuperate and expand narratives of colonial experience that have been obfuscated by the ideology of global neoliberalism and its attendant historical discourses. This method also informs his semi-autobiographical prose poem Clameur (Paris: 108 Édition, 2017). A graduate of the École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales, Tandjaoui has worked for several decades in the field of sustainable development in Europe and North Africa. He lives in Paris.
Olivia C. Harrison is Associate Professor of French and Comparative Literature at the University of Southern California. Her publications include Transcolonial Maghreb: Imagining Palestine in the Era of Decolonization, an anthology-in-translation of the Moroccan journal Souffles-Anfas, and essays on Maghrebi literature, Beur and banlieue cultural production, and postcolonial theory. She is currently working on a monograph about the intersection of antiracism and Palestine solidarity movements in France, and researching the recuperation of minority discourses by the French far- and alt-right for a book tentatively titled The White Minority., Teresa Villa-Ignacio is Assistant Professor of French and Francophone Studies at Stonehill College. Her research explores contemporary poetic and translational interventions in ethical philosophy, postcolonial liberation movements, and social justice activism. She is the co-editor of Souffles-Anfas: A Critical Anthology from the Moroccan Journal of Culture and Politics (Stanford UP, 2016), and is completing a monograph entitled Translational Poethics: Postlyric French-American Communities Since World War II.
Teresa Villa-Ignacio is Assistant Professor of French and Francophone Studies at Stonehill College. Her research explores contemporary poetic and translational interventions in ethical philosophy, postcolonial liberation movements, and social justice activism. She is the co-editor of Souffles-Anfas: A Critical Anthology from the Moroccan Journal of Culture and Politics (Stanford UP, 2016), and is completing a monograph entitled Translational Poethics: Postlyric French-American Communities Since World War II.
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