Anna Provitola

Anna Provitola is a doctoral candidate in the French department at Columbia University. She earned a BA in Comparative Literature from Haverford College in 2011 and then took a year off to work at a bande dessinée publishing house in Paris before beginning graduate work. Anna is interested in 20th-century Francophone North African literature, feminist and queer theory, and questions of identity and community in literature.


CONTRIBUTOR ARTICLES

Why Liberalism Needs Islam

American and European missionaries of liberalism are trying to proselytize Muslims to the system of values of Western liberalism....

Why Liberalism Needs Islam
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