Radwa Ashour (born 1946 El-Manial, Cairo) is an Egyptian novelist.
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Radwa Ashour graduated from Cairo University with a BA in 1967, and MA. in 1972, and from University of Massachusetts Amherst with a Ph.D. in African American Literature in 1975. Her dissertation was titled: The search for a Black poetics: a study of Afro-American critical writings. She teaches at Ain Shams University, Cairo. She married Palestinian poet Mourid Barghouti in 1970.
She won the 2007 Constantine Cavafy Prize for Literature.
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- Githa Hariharan in Conversation with Radwa Ashour and Ahdaf Souief, Newsclick, 6 April 2010
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- Writing, Teaching, Living: Egyptian Novelist Radwa Ashour, Arab Literature, March 19, 2011