Anna Mudd

Anna Mudd served for four years as the Curriculum coordinator at Harvard’s Center for Middle Eastern Studies, and is currently the Curricular and Digital Projects coordinator at Harvard’s Davis Center for Russian and Eurasian Studies.


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Understanding Arab Comics

Jonathan Guyer reviews “Muqtatafat: A Comics Anthology Featuring Artists from the Middle East Region”....

Understanding Arab Comics


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