Jonathan Guyer

Jonathan Guyer is a contributing editor of the Cairo Review of Global Affairs and a 2017–2018 fellow at the Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study at Harvard University. He has written for GuernicaHarper’sLos Angeles Review of BooksLe Monde DiplomatiqueThe New YorkerNew York Review DailyThe New York TimesThe Paris Review, and Rolling Stone. His research has been supported by fellowships from Fulbright (2012–2013) and the Institute of Current World Affairs (2015–2017). On Twitter: @mideastXmidwest.


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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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