Tag Archives: Limam Boisha

Traces of Gta’

Streaks of dispute crosscut contemporary Sahrawi poetics, often to contend Morocco’s presence in the territory of Western Sahara or to expose the conflict’s aftermath of diaspora and displacement. This aesthetic feature is so pronounced and seemingly so essential to Sahrawi … Continue reading

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The Spaces of Poetry – Mohamed Salem Abdelfatah (Ebnu)

Ask a Sahrawi about poetry, and it’s most likely that neither the title of a book nor a poem will come to his or her mind; however, it’s just as likely that he or she will be able to cite … Continue reading

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