Jumana Bayeh

Associate Professor, Dr


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I am an Associate Professor in the Faculty of Arts at Macquarie University. My research sits at the intersection of postcolonial studies and Middle East studies, especially the Arab Middle East and its diaspora. My main research interests include Arab diaspora literature and culture, the history of colonialism in the Middle East, and the politics and culture in the Levant. I have published a monograph and several articles on contemporary Lebanese diaspora fiction. I am currently working on two projects - the first focuses on the broader network of Arab diaspora writers and their reflections on borders and nations, and the second is a collaborative ARC project on Rioting and the Literary Archive (with Helen Groth and Julian Murphet).  

Research interests

 Diaspora Studies
 Postcolonial Studies
 Middle East Studies
 Literature and Cultural Production of the Middle East


▪ POL278 Middle East Politics
▪ POL322 International Relations of the Middle East
▪ POIR333 Local and Global Practice
▪ IRPG843 International Relations of the Middle East


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