Conversations from the Cullman Center: Sonallah Ibrahim: Literature and Revolution in Egypt. A conversation between Robyn Creswell and Adam Shatz
Two former Cullman Center fellows, Robyn Creswell and Adam Shatz, talk about Creswell's translations of the Egyptian novelist's fictional masterpiece, That Smell, and his Notes from Prison.
A critic, translator, and scholar specializing in Arabic literature and comparative modernisms, Robyn Creswell is an Assistant Professor of Comparative Literature at Brown University and the poetry editor of The Paris Review. In 2010 he published a translation, from the French, of Abdelfattah Kilito’s novel The Clash of Images.