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Suneela Mubayi

Contributor

Suneela Mubayi

Suneela Mubayi is a freshly-minted PhD in Arabic literature at NYU, where she completed a thesis on the intersection of classical and modern Arabic poetry. She has translated poems and short stories into and from Arabic, English, and Urdu, and has published her work in BanipalBeirut39Jadaliyya, and elsewhere. She wishes to reestablish the position of Arabic as a vehicular language of the global South, the role it played for many centuries. 

Articles by Suneela Mubayi

After Midnight
By Charles Chahwan
“You need to take your clothes off,” she continued.
Translated from Arabic by Suneela Mubayi
Life without Me
By Raji Bathish
What hurts me in all this is that my parents will be forced to bury me before themselves.
Translated from Arabic by Suneela Mubayi
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