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Parwana Fayyaz

Contributor

Parwana Fayyaz

Born in Kabul, Afghanistan, in 1990, Parwana Fayyaz was raised in Quetta, Pakistan. She earned her BA in 2015, with a major in comparative literature (with honors) and a minor in creative writing (poetry) under the supervision of late Eavan Boland, and her MA in religious studies in 2016 from Stanford University. She then moved to Cambridge University to pursue a PhD in Persian Studies at Trinity College and completed her thesis in 2020. She currently holds a junior research fellowship as the Carmen Blacker Fellow at Peterhouse, Cambridge University.

Articles by Parwana Fayyaz

Khurshid Khanum, Rise and Shine
By Afghan Author B
She could not have known that the caller at the other end of the phone was about to faint.
Translated from Dari by Parwana Fayyaz
Turn this Air Conditioner On, Sir
By Afghan Author C
It is one of those days when the winter sun is gorgeous, and you don’t want to even think of death.
Translated from Dari by Parwana Fayyaz
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