Mohamed Wajdi Ben Hammed
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Mohamed Wajdi Ben Hammed is a doctoral student in the Department of Middle Eastern, South Asian, and African Studies and the Institute for Comparative Literature and Society. He works on modern Arabic thought and literature. His research focuses on the place of philosophical Sufism in postcolonial Arab thought, the notions of Arab reason and time in Orientalist scholarship, and their echos in modern Arab philosophy. He is also interested in the critique of the neoliberal condition in modern Arabic Literature.

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