Razi Ahmad

Lecturer
Primary office:
785-864-9183
Wescoe Hall
Room #2096


Dr. Ahmad’s research and teaching focus is on Persian language and literature, Indo-Persian culture, and history and politics of Islam in the Middle East and South Asia. He graduated from the University of Arizona with a PhD in Near Eastern Studies in 2010.

“A Postcolonial Reading of Simin Daneshvar’s Novels: The Spiritual and the Material Domains in Savushun, Jazirah-ye Sargardani, and Sarban Sargardan” in New Leaves, Fresh Looks: Essays on Persian Language, Literature, and Culture, Kamran Talattof, ed. (Abingdon: Routledge, 2015)


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