Sandra Naddaff (she/her)
Senior Lecturer in Comparative Literature
Dean, Harvard Summer School
Research Fields: English, French, Arabic Narrative; 1001 Nights; Translation; Literature and Music; Arab-American Ethnic Identity; Cross-Cultural Literary Relations between the Arab Middle East and western Europe.
Education: 1975, A.B., Harvard College; 1975-77, graduate work, American University in Cairo; 1978; A.M., Harvard University; 1983, Ph.D. Harvard University.
Selected Publications: Arabesque: Narrative Structure and the Aesthetics of Repetition in the 1001 Nights , Northwestern University Press, 1991; “Mirrored Images: Reverse Orientalism and Rifa’a al-Tahtawi” in Alif: A Journal of Comparative Poetics (1985); “1001 Nights” in the Dictionary of the Middle Ages; “Magic Time: Narrative Repetition in the 1001 Nights” in Mundus Arabicus: The 1001 Nights: Critical Essays and Annotated Bibliography, Cambridge, MA, 1985.
Office Hours Appointments: Dr. Naddaff will be holding office hours remotely until April 29th. If you would like to meet with her, please book your appointment slot online and then join Dr. Naddaff's office hours via this recurring Zoom meeting. If none of the appointment times is convenient for you, please email Dr. Naddaff directly to find another mutually convenient time.