Marie K. Daouda

Marie K. Daouda is a Doctor of French and Comparative Literature and a Stipendiary Lecturer in French at Oriel College, University of Oxford. Her research focuses on the reception of Antiquity in modern times, on the artistic representations of good and evil, and on 19th-20th century religious and political crises in France and in the United Kingdom. @m_k_daouda

“Progressive” teaching methods ruin lives to make middle class people feel good about themselves

Zeinab Badawi’s ‘The History of Africa’ (BBC World News)

The case of France’s George Floyd, Adama Traoré

Can a man loyal to his Oxford college really be all bad?

Charlie Hebdo has not brought out the best in anyone