Reuven Snir is professor of Arabic language and literature at the University of Haifa. He teaches courses on Arabic poetry, Palestinian theatre, Sufism, and Arab–Jewish culture.

Professor Snir has published in Arabic, Hebrew, and English and has translated poetry between the three languages. His last books in English are Baghdad: The City in Verse (Harvard University Press, 2013); Who Needs Arab–Jewish Identity? Interpellation, Exclusion, and Inessential Solidarities (Brill, 2015); Modern Arabic Literature: A Theoretical Framework (Edinburgh University Press, 2017); and Arab–Jewish Literature: The Birth & Demise of the Arab–Jewish Short Story (Brill, 2019).

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Banipal 72 - Iraqi Jewish Writers (Autumn-Winter 2021)