Chafik lives between Morocco and France. She taught and studied (Master & Ph.D) at Montreal University. Her principal academic works are: "Etre romancière au Maghreb" and "Une autre lecture du Maghreb à travers l'art scriptural et pictural français du 19e siècle".
After starting teaching also at Ibn Tofaïl University of Kénitra, Nadia Chafik follows her career at French Department at Mohammed V University of Rabat where she now teaches Literature and organizes some activities like: "Ateliers d'écriture", or "Rencontres avec les auteurs".
On the other hand, Nadia Chafik has published short stories and three novels. "Nos jours aveugles" ("Our blind days") is her first collection of short stories. The last one is: "Tête de poivre" (April, 2012) for which she was nominated for the Prix Grand Atlas 2012 of French Embassy. A critic of French Institute in Morocco writes about this book: "Des fragments de vie qui mettent à l'honneur la poésie de l'existence".
- Tête de poivre, 2012
- Nos jours aveugles, 2005
- A l'ombre du Jugurtha, 2000: Love between a French woman and an amazigh man.
- Le Tatouage bleu (short story), in: Des Nouvelles du Maroc Collectif, 1999
- Le secret des djinns, 1998: A strange man story.
- Filles du vent, 1995
- "Au-delà de la condition des femmes : les romans de Nadia Chafik", by Mana Derakhshani, Saint Mary’s College  p. 8
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