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Journal articles

Nanquette L, 2017, 'The Circulation of Iranian Texts around the World: The Appearance of a Transnational Iranian Publishing Industry?', AUSTRALIAN HUMANITIES REVIEW, pp. 157 - 169,

Nanquette L, 2017, 'The Global Circulation of an Iranian Bestseller', Interventions, vol. 19, pp. 56 - 72,

Nanquette L, 2016, 'Translations of modern Persian literature in the United States: 1979–2011', The Translator, vol. 23, pp. 49 - 66,

Nanquette L, 2015, 'Arab Occidentalism: Images of America in the Middle East', JOURNAL OF SHIA ISLAMIC STUDIES, vol. 8, pp. 516 - 517,

Nanquette L, 2014, 'Iranian Exilic Poetry in Australia: Reinventing the Third Space', Antipodes: A Global Journal of Australian/New Zealand Literature, vol. 28, pp. 393 - 415,

Nanquette L, 2014, 'Refugee Life Writing in Australia: Testimonios by Iranians', Postcolonial Text, vol. 9, pp. 1 - 18,

Nanquette L, 2013, 'An Iranian woman's memoir on the Iran-Iraq war: The production and reception of da', Iranian Studies, vol. 46, pp. 943 - 957,

Nanquette L, 2012, 'Le roman en français des écrivains iraniennes : l’exemple du Cimetière de verre de Sorour Kasmaï', Revue de Téhéran, vol. 83,

Nanquette L, 2011, 'Imagology as a Reading Practice for French and Persian Contemporary Prose Texts (text in Persian, translated by Mojdeh Daqiqi)', Comparative Literature. Journal of the Academy of Persian Language and Literature, vol. 2, pp. 100 - 115

Nanquette L, 2011, 'Le discours sur l'Occident chez les intellectuels iraniens de la modernité', Sociétés et représentations, vol. 31, pp. 191 - 198

Nanquette L, 2011, 'The Persian Novel in French: A Hybrid Genre', Comparative Studies of South Asia, Africa and the Middle East, vol. 31, pp. 498 - 505,

Nanquette L, 2010, 'Comment peut-on être persan? versus Comment peut-on être français?', Analytica Iranica, vol. 1, pp. 115 - 130

Nanquette L, 2009, 'French New Orientalist Narratives from the ‘Natives’: Reading More than Chahdortt Djavann in Paris', Comparative Studies of South Asia, Africa and the Middle East, vol. 29, pp. 269 - 280,

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