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Hana Morgenstern

Hana Morgenstern is Associate Professor in Postcolonial and Middle Eastern Literature at Cambridge University and a Fellow at Newnham College. She is a scholar of Middle Eastern literature and cultural histories of the Left, with a specialisation in Palestine and Israel, including Jewish, Hebrew, Palestinian, and Arabic literary cultures. Her forthcoming book Cultural Co-Resistance in Palestine/Israel: Anticolonial Literature, Translation and Magazines (EUP 2024) reconstructs a history of anti-colonial Palestinian and Jewish literary and cultural collaborations, from the heyday of decolonisation in the 1950s to the present day. Hana is a co-founder and co-investigator of Revolutionary Papers, a transnational research collaboration exploring twentieth-century periodicals of anti-colonial and anti-imperial production, as well as a co-founder of Archives of the Disappeared, an interdisciplinary research initiative for the study of communities, literatures, and cultures that have been destroyed through acts of mass violence.

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