Claire Chambers
Claire Chambers is Professor of Global Literature at the University of York, where she teaches literature from South Asia, the Arab world, and their diasporas. She is the author of British Muslim Fictions (2011), Britain Through Muslim Eyes (2015), and Making Sense of Contemporary British Muslim Novels (2019). She has also published a collection of her essays entitled Rivers of Ink (2017). Finally, she co-edited (with Caroline Herbert) Imagining Muslims in South Asia and the Diaspora (2015) and (with Nafhesa Ali and Richard Phillips) A Match Made in Heaven: British Muslim Women Write About Love and Desire (2020). Claire is Editor-in-Chief (with Rachael Gilmour) of the Journal of Commonwealth Literature and is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts.
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