Nadia Naami is a lecturer of French and Arabic at the University of Miami. Her work focuses on French and Francophone Studies with a special interest in ethics, decolonial studies, and women studies.

Her current research channels a comparative re-reading of French and Francophone postcolonial literary canon and philosophical texts through a transatlantic perspective. Her larger teaching and research interests include Franco-Arab literatures and cultures, critical theory, and visual arts.

She has published essays on Abdellah Taïa and Moroccan visual art. In addition to her academic work.

Nadia Naami is also an independent art curator and editor.

She translated with Christina Civantos a chapter from Abdelfattah Kilito's collection Le cheval de Nietzsche, entitled “On Averroes’s Balcony” , which was published in Banipal 75

Contributor's Issues

Banipal 75 - Celebrating 25 Years of Arab Literature