We are proud to share the publication of "Arab Brazil: Fictions of Ternary Orientalism," authored by Professor Waïl S. Hassan, a distinguished member of the Department of Comparative & World Literature and an affiliate of the Lemann Institute for Brazilian Studies, now available through Oxford University Press. 

This scholarly work presents an in-depth exploration of the representation of Arabs and Islam in a century of Brazilian literature and popular culture, from the early 1920 to the present. The book was supported by the Lemann faculty grant in 2011. For further information on the book, please visit the link.

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