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Through My Mother's Window: Emirati Women Tell Their Stories and Recipes
Ranjini George
Ranjini George / Softcover / 2017-01-01 / 9948232550
Biography and Memoir / Transcultural / Multicultural Issues
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Recipes and Stories:
Emirati Women Students of Zayed University, Dubai Campus, United Arab Emirates

Editor: Patricia Ryan
Consulting Editor: Lee Gowan
Cover Art & Artwork: Selma Tufail
Photographs: Jamil Abu-Wardeh & Lee Gowan
Illustrations: Sarisha Philip
Facilitator: Ayman Abdel Jaber
Design & Layout: Sridhar Kartic

Ranjini George holds a PhD in English Literature from Northern Illinois University, USA, an MA in English Literature from St. Stephen's College, New Delhi, and an MFA in Creative Writing from the University of British Columbia, Canada. More recently, she won the first place in Canada's inaugural Coffee Shop Author Contest for her travel memoir, a work-in-progress, Miracle of Flowers. She was a Georges and Anne Bochardt Fiction Scholar at the Sewannee Writers' Conference and a recipient of the Arnold B. Fox Award in Research Writing. She is a Shambhala Guide Meditation Instructor and has studied with teachers such Lama Tsultrim, Sakyong Mipham Rinpoche, Pema Chondron, Shri Shri Ravi Shankar, Lama Pema Dorje and Thich Nhat Hanh.

She was an Associate Professor of English at Zayed University, Dubai, in the United Arab Emirates. She currently teaches in the Creative Writing Program, SCS, University of Toronto; among other classes on mindfulness and writing, she teaches a Meditation and Writing Intensive at their Summer Writing School (St. George Campus) and No Mud, No Lotus: Writing and Breathing Your Way to Transformation and Healing (Mississauga Campus). She can be contacted at ranjinigeorge[at]yahoo.com, followed on Twitter, ranjinigeorge1 , or, on Ranjini George, Writer ( facebook.com/TheKuanYinStoryCafe )

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