To Narrow or Not to Narrow: That is the Research Question
by Konstantina Spyropoulou On Wednesday 17th March, 2021, Writing Center tutors Apoorva Dudani and Ahmad Bilal presented a workshop on...
Set after the 2003 US invasion of Iraq, Frankenstein in Baghdad captures the ordinary yet not so ordinary life in rapidly-changing Baghdad. The novel illustrates the complexity of life for a citizen in Iraq, highlights the atrocities of war and sectarianism, and questions our sense of bias and morality. Frankenstein in Baghdad is a novel relevant for everyone irrespective of their nationality.