Djelal KadirDjelal Kadir (born 1946 in a shepherds’ village on the island of Cyprus) is the Edwin Erle Sparks Professor of Comparative Literature at Pennsylvania State University, University Park, where he teaches literatures of the Americas, modernism, postmodernism, world literature, and classical and modern theory, and where he has been the recipient of departmental teaching awards and the College Distinguished Service Medal. He has published more than one hundred articles and is the author and editor of a dozen books on the Americas, globalization, world literature, postcolonialism, modernism and literary theory as well as editor of more than twenty special issues of literary periodicals. Kadir’s own poetry and scholarly works have been translated into Greek, Polish, Turkish, French, Arabic, and Spanish.
A regular lecturer at institutions around the world, Kadir lives in State College, Pennsylvania, with wife Juana Celia Djelal. Provided by Wikipedia
Selected poetry, 1937-1990 / João Cabral de Melo Neto ; Djelal Kadir, editor ; with translations by Elizabeth Bishop [and others].
by Cabral de Melo Neto, João, 1920-1999.Other Authors: '; “...Kadir, Djelal....”
Published 2012Other Authors: '; “...Kadir, Djelal....”
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