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Khoury's first book, I’ll Declare to You My Silence, was published in 1987 and attracted the attention of literature researchers, who cited her poetry's uniqueness and complexity. Since then, Khoury has published eight more books, among them Rings of Salt, published in Lebanon in 1998 by al-Muassa al-Arabiya, Beirut. Another book, The Most Beautiful Goddess is crying, was published in Egypt in 2000 by Markaz al-Khadara, Cairo. Khoury's books published in Akko, Nazareth, and Jerusalem have won positive reviews, particularly The Wind Belt, published by Abu-Rachmon in Akko in 1990. A departure in Khoury's writing is embodied by Book of the Flaw, which was rejected by publishers in the Arab world due to its character and content. It was ultimately published by Kolbo Sfarìm in Haifa in 2011. Book of the Flaw is a modernist book of poetry that addresses Christian theology and challenges the sacrament of Holy Communion as a central Catholic ritual. It demonstrates the breakdown of the source of authority, and undergoes a series of parallel contradictions in the process of attaining redemption.

Khoury has translated Chamutal Bar-Yosef’s poetry from Hebrew to Arabic: Chamutal Bar-Yoseph_Lieu douloureux _Poèmes, Traduits de l’hébreu en Français par Colette Salem en Arabe par Naïm Araidi, Nidaa Khoury et Mahmoud Abassi Éditions Caractères 2012, composé en Arial et Garamond, a été achevé d’imprimer en- 2013, Imprimé en France (published in France in 2013).


Khoury, Nidaa, (2017) “Know the Meaning” in the anthology Group Photo: Israeli Literature in the 21st century pp. 608–10, Jerusalem: Carmel Publishing.


Amit-Kochavi, Hannah & Sheetrit, Ariel (2014) “Nidaa Khoury” in Israeli Writers Concordance Zisi Stavy and Prof. Yigael Schwartz (Eds.). pp. 430–1. Or Yehuda: Kinneret-Zmora-Bitan, Dvir.


2013 – among 12 writers nominated for the Warwick Prize for her 2011 work Book of Sins published in the US 2012 – Prime Minister's Hebrew Writers Prize established by Levi Eshkol


Science editing: Toward Hybrid Poetics: Post-colonial Arabic Literature, Western Modernism Sadak M. Gohar, from English: Oren Mokèd, The Use of Modernist Traditions in Arabic Poetry: A Cultural Look Outward, MiKan [“from here”] 11, 2012.


Khoury has published 13 books of poetry, and her works have been translated into many languages. Her 2011 collection, Book of Sins, was translated into English by Betsy Rosenberg, published in the United States by House of Nehesi, and was nominated for the Warwick Prize. Her 2011 collection, Olive Oil and Pomegranate Crop, was published in Italian as Le stagioni dell’olio e Del melograno by Il Laboratorio le edizioni in Naples. Her 2011 Another Body, published by Keshev leShirá, is a selection of Khoury's poems written from 1987 to 2010, some written in Hebrew, and others translated from Arabic by Prof. Sasson Somech, Dr. Hanna Amit Cochavi, and Prof. Na’im Aryadi. Her book Barefoot River was translated into Hebrew by Rozha Tabor and published by Eshkolót Publishers in 1990.


2009 – The short biographic film Kriá leShtiká [call to silence] (dir.Omrì Liór, Prod. Linda Neuman) won First Prize at the Gaffers Festival in Sacramento, CA.


In 2005, Khoury began teaching in the Hebrew Literature Department of Ben-Gurion University. In 2009, she was appointed Senior Lecturer in the department and in the General Studies Department's conflict resolution program. Since 2014, she has served as head of the admissions committee for the conflict resolution program. In 2013, Khoury was appointed Full Professor. She also taught in the Department of Middle East Studies at Ben-Gurion. Since 2011, she has been on the board of directors of the Eliashar Center for the Study of Sephardic Jewry at Ben-Gurion.


Today Khoury is working on two books, Women in the Shadow of Struggle, on Palestinian poetry in Israel; and another book on Post-monotheism. The Prettiest of Gods Cry (2000); The Culture of Wine (1993); The Belt of Wind (1990); Braid of Thunder (1989); Declaring My Silence (1987).

2000 – Science, Culture, and Sports Ministry Prize for Artistic Work


1995 – Education Ministry Teacher-Writer Prize


Khoury worked at Mercantile Discount Bank for nine years, after which she embarked on her academy path, wherein she studied advertising and public relations at Haifa University (1994). She studied fine arts administration and got certified as a community center director, also at Haifa University (1996). She earned a Bachelor's degree in philosophy and comparative literature from Haifa University (1995–98), and a Master's in education and behavioral studies from Latvia University (2000). She studied industrial entrepreneurship and management at Tel Aviv University (2003). She completed a course in company directorship at Ben-Gurion University (2007).