Tamim al-Barghouti

Tamim al-Barghouti Qalu li bithib Misr qult mesh 'arif. Ash'ar bi-l-'amiyya al-masriyya

Qalu li bithib Misr qult mesh 'arif. Ash'ar bi-l-'amiyya al-masriyya

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Tamim al-Barg­houti, is a Pales­ti­nian poet and political scien­tist. He was born in Cairo as the son of Pales­ti­nian poet Mourid Barg­houti, and his Egyp­tian wife, the nove­list and academic, Radwa Ashour. He has written four poetry collec­tions: meejana (Ramallah 1999), Al-Manzar (Cairo 2000), Qaluli Bethebb Masr (Cairo 2005), and Maqam Iraq (Cairo 2005). He is also the author of Benign Natio­na­lism: Egyp­tian Nation State Buil­ding under Occu­pa­tion (2007)and has recently published a book entitled - The Umma and The Dawla: The Nation State and the Arab Middle East - (Pluto Press, 2008). Al Barg­houti writes poetry in Stan­dard Arabic as well as the Pales­ti­nian, Egyp­tian and Iraqi collo­quial dialects. He obtained a B. A. in Political Science at Cairo Univer­sity in 1999, and specia­lized in Inter­na­tional Rela­tions at the American Univer­sity in Cairo, from which he graduated in 2001. He received a PhD in political science from Boston Univer­sity in 2004, and became an assi­s­tant professor at the American Univer­sity in Cairo in 2005. During 2003 and 2004, he wrote a weekly column in the Leba­nese Daily Star news­paper on colo­nia­lism and Arab history and iden­tity. During 1996 and 1997, he won the music prize of his faculty at Cairo Univer­sity. The faculty awarded him the poetry prize in 1998. During that same year, he won the poetry medal of the High Insti­tute of Applied Arts. In 2000, he received the poetry prize of the Regional Cultural Foun­da­tion in Marra­kesh, Morocco. He is curr­ently a visi­ting Assi­s­tant Professor at Geor­ge­town Univer­sity's Center for Contem­porary Arab Studies, where he teaches on Compa­ra­tive Politics of the Middle East, Arab natio­na­lism, and Islamic political thought.