Khalid Lyamlahy


Khalid Lyamlahy is an assistant professor of French and francophone studies at the University of Chicago, where he teaches North African literature. He is the coeditor of Abdelkébir Khatibi: Postcolonialism, Transnationalism, and Culture in the Maghreb and Beyond (2020). A writer and literary critic, he has also published two novels, Un roman étranger (2017) and Évocation d’un mémorial à Venise (2023), both with Présence Africaine Editions in Paris, and translated into Arabic Felwine Sarr’s Habiter le monde: essai de politique relationnelle (2022).