Issue 20

Feb, 2017

The Arab Center for Research and Policy Studies (ACRPS) has published the twentieth issue of its peer reviewed, quarterly journal Tabayyun, a journal devoted to philosophy and cultural studies. The issue includes six studies and two reviews of significant recently published books. The studies include "Cultural Blocks: An Attempt to Construct the Concept" (Mohsen Toumi); "The Representation of Feminist Identity in Alawiya Sobh's Novel Dunia" (Mohammed Bouazza); "The Post-Modern Character of the Post-Colonial Novel: A Reading of Season of Migration to the North" (Abubakr AbdElrazek Mohammed); "Theory and Translation: Mikhail Bakhtin and Contemporary Arabic Literary Criticism" (Driss El Khadraoui); "The Congruent Critique of Despotism: The Examples of al-Kawakibi and Abdel-Raziq" (Hicham El Haddaji ) and "Cognitive and Social Discourse: Constructing Discourse and Producing Social Meaning"  (Abdelmajid Noussi). The book reviews section features Mounir Kachou's review of How to be a Conservative by Roger Scruton and Rachid al-Khadiri's review of "Similarity and Difference: A Reading in Arabic Critical Theory and Research into the Different Similar" by Abdullah Alghathami.

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