Articles by Sameer Rahim
Sameer Rahim / July 4, 2016
The production at the Southbank had a vital, unpretentious clarity
His speech at last night's rally was staggeringly inept
Sameer Rahim / June 21, 2016
Ralph Fiennes’s dark performance dominates a powerfully claustrophobic production
In his new film, "Where to Invade Next," the veneer of the neutral documentary has faded completely
A report on the British Academy series of public debates on faith
Viking, £14.99 When Muammar Gaddafi was overthrown in 2011, the British-Libyan novelist Hisham Matar hoped he would finally discover the truth about his father. Jaballa Matar was a leading Libyan...
The consultant neurologist on psychosomatic illness
Syrians are thinking creatively about how to rebuild their country
Verso, £14.99 Benedict Anderson’s Imagined Communities was an unlikely academic bestseller that profoundly influenced a number of disciplines—from political science to comparative...
Sameer Rahim / April 18, 2016
The writers of the dramatisation take artistic license—but bring subtlety to the issue of race