Erdağ Göknar

Erdağ Göknar directs the Duke University Middle East Studies Center and is the award-winning translator of Pamuk’s novel My Name Is Red (Knopf) as well as the author of Orhan Pamuk, Secularism and Blasphemy: The Politics of the Turkish Novel (Routledge). His most recent publication is a collection of poetry, Nomadologies (Turtle Point).


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A Nomad Between Worlds

Erdağ Göknar discusses Mohed Altrad’s “Badawi” and the complexity of tradition versus modernity in the Middle East and Europe....

A Nomad Between Worlds
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