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Sunday 14 July 2024

Abdiaziz

Abdiaziz Mahdi

Writer and translator. He can be reached at X/Twitter. 

Articles by the Author

Opinion |
“There is no squabbling so violent as that between people who accepted an idea yesterday and those who will accept the same idea tomorrow.” — Christopher Morley
“There is no squabbling so violent as that between people who accepted an idea yesterday and those who will accept the same idea tomorrow.” — Christopher Morley
Interviews |
Dr. Guleid Jama “Dafac” engages in a conversation with Geeska regarding his research on rights of children living in unrecognized states, focusing on Somaliland, and discusses the path forward.
Dr. Guleid Jama “Dafac” engages in a conversation with Geeska regarding his research on rights of children living in unrecognized states, focusing on Somaliland, and discusses the path forward.
Thoughts |
“Word is not the privilege of some few persons but the right of everyone” — Paulo Freire
“Word is not the privilege of some few persons but the right of everyone” — Paulo Freire
Interviews |
Matthew Beaumont, a scholar of English literature at UCL, engaged in a thought-provoking discussion with Geeska about his groundb
Matthew Beaumont, a scholar of English literature at UCL, engaged in a thought-provoking discussion with Geeska about his groundb
Thoughts |
The translation of academic works into various languages is not a simple task; it is a crucial endeavor that pushes the boundaries of knowledge and ideas. 
The translation of academic works into various languages is not a simple task; it is a crucial endeavor that pushes the boundaries of knowledge and ideas. 
Interviews |
Dr. Matthew Gordon speaks to Geeska about how Somaliland has transformed since the "republic" was declared and the dangers centralization poses to peace across the territory. 
Dr. Matthew Gordon speaks to Geeska about how Somaliland has transformed since the "republic" was declared and the dangers centralization poses to peace across the territory. 
Thoughts |
Frantz Fanon (1925-1961) was not only a psychiatrist, but also a critical thinker, political theorist, and above all, a freedom fighter.
Frantz Fanon (1925-1961) was not only a psychiatrist, but also a critical thinker, political theorist, and above all, a freedom fighter.
Interviews |
The Somali scholar, Iman Mohamed, talks to Geeska about her work and the current dynamics of the Somali studies.
The Somali scholar, Iman Mohamed, talks to Geeska about her work and the current dynamics of the Somali studies.
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