Books 

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   Larbi Touaf, Soumia Boutkhil & Chourouq NasriThe Spring of Discontent: Women’s rights after the uprisings in North Africa. UK: Cambridge Scholars Publishing. 2016 (Forthcomig). 

   Larbi Touaf & Soumia Boutkhil (eds) (2008) The World as a Global Agora: Critical Perspectives on Public Space, Newcastle, UK, Cambridge Scholars Publishing.

   Larbi Touaf, Soumia Boutkhil (eds) (2006) Representing Minorities Studies in Literature and Criticism, Newcastle, UK, Cambridge Scholars Press.

   Larbi Touaf, Soumia Boutkhil (eds) (2005) Minority Matters: Literature Theory Society, Oujda, Morocco, Cahiers de La faculté des Lettres - Oujda, 409 pages

   Larbi Touaf, Soumia Boutkhil, Julie Hyland (eds) (2002) La Violence à L'Oeuvre, Montréal, Celat: Université du Québec à Montréal, Canada.

Book Translations :

   Larbi Touaf (2008) Une Américaine au Maroc (translation of Lucy melbourne's An American in Morocco Cross-cultural Reflections, Rabat, Morocco, Editions Marsam.

Books (authored)

   Larbi Touaf (1998) Narration Représentation et Lecture dans Le Roman Anglais Postmoderne, Villeneuve d'Ascq, France, Presses Universitaires du Septentrion, 395 pages.

Book reviews :

   Larbi Touaf, "Family Law and the politics of nation building in North Africa" Review of Mounira Charrad's States and Women's Rights: The making of Postcolonial Tunisia Algeria and Morocco (Berkeley University of California Press, 2001), H-Net Mid East - Reviews, Michigan State University, H-Net.org, Sep 2003

Book Chapters and articles

   Deterritorializing Postcolonialsim" in Otherness Unbound: Spaces of Identity in The Postcolonial MENA Region. edited by Najib Mokhtari. Rabat: UIR. (forthcominng).

   "The Legacy Of Dissent: Mohamed Khair-Eddine and The On-going Cultural Diversity Debate in Morocco." The Journal of North African Studies. Vol 21. 2016. Special Issue on The Aesthetics and Politics of Contemporary Cultural Production in Morocco. Edited by Karima Laachir. London: Routledge.

   "Rebuilding a house, reconstructing a world, Anthony Shadid’s House of Stone: a Memoir of Home, Family and a Lost Middle East." Leaves, 1, 2015. 270-277. Climas, Universite de Bordeaux 3.

   The Sense and Non-Sense of Cultural Identity in Mohammed Khaïr-Eddine’s Fiction Alif A journal of Comparative Poetics, 32, 2012.

   Head Notes to Blanche Bendahan’s Mazaltob in Women Writing Africa, Volume IV the Northern Region, Fatima Sadiqi et al eds New York, NY: The Feminist Press, 2008.

   “The New Moroccan Public Space: Memory and Identity between Opposition and Containment” in Larbi Touaf & Soumia Boutkhil (eds) (2008) The World as a Global Agora: Critical Perspectives on Public Space, Newcastle, UK, Cambridge Scholars Publishing.

   Memory, History, and Narrative Ethics in the Writing of Edmond Amran Elmaleh In Larbi Touaf & Soumia Boutkhil (eds), Representing Minorities Studies in Literature and Criticism, Newcastle, UK, Cambridge Scholars Press, 2006.150-160.

   "Reality is an Empty Vessel" metaphores of space in Waterland by Graham Swift In Naguib Lahlou et al (eds), Space in Literature, Fes, Morocco, Faculté des Lettres Saïs-Fes, Morocco.

    (2005) Displacement and Dislocation: Culture and Identity in the fiction of Mohamed Khair-Eddine In Larbi Touaf, Soumia Boutkhil (eds), Minority matters: Literature Theory Society, Morocco, Faculté des Lettres, Oujda, Morocco.

   Identité Altérité et Violence: "Le Déterreur" de Mohamed Khair-Eddine In Larbi Touaf, Soumia Boutkhil, Julie Hyland (eds), La Violence à l'Oeuvre, Université du Québéc à Montréal.

 

   By Soumia Boutkhil:

   "Women in Limbo: On Liminal Citizenship and the Quest for Equality." in Women's Movement in Post-Arab Spring North Africa. Edited by Fatima Sadiqi. London: Palgrave McMillan, 2016.

   "In Their Front Yard: Deconstructing Masculinities in Baha Trabelsi's Novels." The Juornal of North African Studies. Vol 21January 2016 Special Issue on The Aesthetics and Politics of Contemporary Cultural Production in Morocco. edited by Karima Laachir. London: Routledge

   “Moroccan Public Space:  A Male Dominated Arena” in The World as a Global agora: Critical Perspectives on Public Space. New Castle, England: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2008.

    "The evil eye: Re-presenting Woman in Moroccan Literature in French” in Representing Minorities: Studies in Literature and Criticism Cambridge Scholars Press, 2006.

    "The Other Text: Nation-building and the Absence of Feminine Agency in the Postcolonial Islamic Context " in Minority Matters: Society, Theory, Literature, Publications de la Faculté des Lettres, Oujda. 2005.

    "La féminité comme spéctacle Tahar Ben Jelloun & Abdelhak Serhane" in La Violence à L'Oeuvre, Cahiers du CELAT, UQAM Montréal, 2002.

    "Dwelling on the Edges, the Moroccan Female Narratives and the Canon " in Publication de la Faculté des Lettres Fes-Sais.

 Hypertext edition of "Egalité des Hommes et des Femmes" by Marie de Gournay in LiTgloss project (Romance Languages and Literatures, State University of New York at Buffalo. Annotations of Pascal's "The Wager"in the LiTgloss project www.litgloss.buffalo.edu