N. S. Morris

N. S. (Nomi) Morris is a writer and lecturer based in Ojai, California. She is a former Middle East Bureau Chief for Knight Ridder Newspapers (now McClatchy).


CONTRIBUTOR ARTICLES

Reading the Middle East

How to satisfy both the Middle East mavens and the curious readers who are so intimidated by the history that they avoid books about the region altogether?...


Lighting Darkened Corners

Aslan's collection makes clear that the Arab Spring of 2011 reflects a century spent grappling with a postcolonial search for identity....

Lighting Darkened Corners
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