Nabil Eddoumi was born and reared in the Moroccan city of Bejaad. Currently, he instructs English at Abdellah Guennoun High School in his hometown. He completed academic studies at the Faculty of Letters and Humanities in Sultan Moulay Slimane University, Mohamed V University, and the King Fahd School of Translation, Morocco. Eddoumi has successfully studied and taught the “History and Culture of North Africa” to African-American history majors as a Fulbright Assistant Professor at Florida Memorial University, one of the Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU). He is also the author of Investigating Metacognitive Awareness of Reading: The Case Study of Moroccan Third Year University Students (2016). Eddoumi’s writings have also appeared in Second Coming or Second Trade-off: Contemporary & Relevant Literature during the Pandemic (2020).
The Zanzibar Révolution of 1964, the most violent outbreak of anti-Arab violence in postcolonial African history, led to the demise of the Sultan of Zanzibar and his Arab government and the merging of the islands of Zanzibar and Pemba with the then-British colony of Tanganyika … Read MoreThe Zanzibar Revolution of 1964