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Anna Galietti

Anna (pronouns: she/her) received her B.A. in French literature and Arabic language and literature from Dartmouth College in 2011. She was a Center for Arabic Study Abroad (CASA) fellow in Egypt from 2011-2012, after which she took a six-year hiatus from academia to explore the "real world". This experiment ended in 2018; she returned to scholarly pursuits and completed her M.A. in Near Eastern Studies at Princeton University in 2020, and she is now a doctoral student in the Comparative Literature department at Stanford. She also works as a freelance translator for Brill.
 
Broadly, her interests are: classical Arabic poetry, literature and literary theory; classical Persian poetry, literature and literary theory; early 20th-century French poetry and literary theory; Dada and surrealism; poetics; the literary "modern" and theories of modernity; semiotics; and literary and academic translation.

Education

M.A. in Near Eastern Studies at Princeton University in 2020
B.A. in French literature and Arabic language and literature from Dartmouth College in 2011