Faculty Publications

Publication Date

2016

Disciplines

American Literature | Comparative Literature | English Language and Literature | Islamic Studies | Literature in English, North America, Ethnic and Cultural Minority | Modern Literature | Near and Middle Eastern Studies | Women's Studies

Abstract

This essay by Rachel Norman, which originally appeared in the Encyclopedia of Women & Islamic Cultures, discusses contemporary Muslim fiction published in the United States with a particular focus on three novels: Mojha Kahf's The Girl in the Tangerine Scarf, Laila Halaby's Once in a Promised Land, and Randa Jarrar's A Map of Home.

Document Type

Accepted Version

Comments

This article is the author-created version that incorporates referee comments. It is the accepted-for-publication version. The content of this version may be identical to the published version or the version of record, save for value-added elements provided by the publisher.

Original Citation

Rachel Norman
Arts: Fiction and fiction writers: The Americas.
In Encyclopedia of women & Islamic cultures, edited by Suad Joseph
2016, supplement 14
doi:10.1163/1872-5309_ewic_COM_002081

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