Haroun, Y. (2021) ‘Qur’an Translation as a Saudi Ideological State Apparatus’. In Religion und Translation, edited by Christiane Nord, Mehmet Tahir Öncü, and Abdel-Hafiez Massud, 43–65. Berlin: Logos Verlag Berlin.
This chapter examines the operation of translation as an ideological state apparatus, with a particular focus on the official Qur’an translation supported by the state of Saudi Arabia.
Haroun, Y. (forthcoming) Paratext and Qur’an Translation. In The Routledge Handbook of Translation and Religion, edited by Hephzibah Isreal.
This invited book chapter highlights the importance of paratexts in the context of Qur’an translation. It demonstrates the role of paratexts as an ideological mechanism that supports of political and religious agendas.