Hadji Bakara

Hadji Bakara is an assistant professor of English and Human Rights at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, where he teaches 20th- and 21st-century global literatures. He is completing his first book: Governments of the Tongue: A Literary History of Human Rights.


CONTRIBUTOR ARTICLES

Our Placeless Condition

Hadji Bakara reviews Lyndsey Stonebridge’s “Placeless People: Writing, Rights, and Refugees.”...

Our Placeless Condition
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