Dr Lindsey Moore


Research Overview

I specialise in post-1948 SWANA literatures, notably of the Arab world (including North Africa) in the global Anglosphere and within postcolonial literary studies. My work foregrounds gender, heritage, post-nationalism, new speculative genres, circulation and consecration, and environmentalism, and explores the relationship between creative expression and (post)national – including Islamist, post-‘Arab Spring’ and sectarian – ideologies. I work with material in English, French, and in translation from Arabic.

Selected Publications

‘What happens after saying no?’ Egyptian Uprisings and Afterwords in Basma Abdel Aziz’s The Queue (2016) and Omar Robert Hamilton’s The City Always Wins (2017)
Moore, L.C. 31/08/2018 In: CounterText. 4, 3, p. 192-211. 20 p.
Journal article

Narrating Postcolonial Arab Nations: Egypt, Algeria, Lebanon, Palestine
Moore, L.C. 2/11/2017 New York : Routledge. 252 p. ISBN: 1138830887, 9781138830882.

Islamism and cultural expression in the Arab world
Hamdar, A., Moore, L. 20/04/2015 London : Routledge. 288 p. ISBN: 9780415521840.

Palestinian trauma and contemporary cinema: history, nation and Omar Robert Hamilton's Though I Know the River is Dry
Moore, L., Qabaha, A. 10/2015 In: Postcolonial traumas. London : Palgrave Macmillan
Chapter (peer-reviewed)

Ruins, rifts and the remainder: Palestinian memoirs by Edward Said and Raja Shehadeh
Moore, L. 2013 In: Postcolonial Studies. 16, 1, p. 28-45. 18 p.
Journal article

Modernity at the Margins: Paul Bowles and Moroccan Collaborations
Moore, L. 03/2012 In: Journal of Commonwealth Literature. 47 , 1, p. 91-108. 18 p.
Journal article

Arab, Muslim, Woman: Voice and Vision in Postcolonial Literature and Film
Moore, L. 2008 London : Routledge. 189 p. ISBN: 9780415404167.

  • Centre for Gender and Women's Studies
  • Literature and Religion
  • Transcultural Writing