Anna Della Subin

Writer; author; senior editor at Bidoun.

Writer, and author of the book Accidental Gods; On Men Unwittingly Turned Divine. Subin is senior editor at Bidoun, the award-winning publishing and curatorial initiative focused on the Middle East and its diasporas.

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Author Anna Della Subin talks about the history of mortals accidentally worshiped as gods, from ancient kings to new world explorers.

Why we worship men as gods

Author Anna Della Subin talks about the history of mortals accidentally worshiped as gods, from ancient kings to new world explorers.

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