Nadeen Kharputly |
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Ph.D. Program - Comparative Literature
My dissertation examines humanizing rhetoric in American representations of Islam and the Middle East, particularly after 9/11. I study the development of discourse on Islamic and Middle Eastern cultures through the institutional frameworks of literature, museums, state-sponsored cultural diplomacy, and hip hop.
Research Skills:Research and teaching areas: global modernist literatures (particularly Arab modernism), contemporary French and American immigrant literatures, and the language of the Arab Spring.
I am fluent in English, Arabic, and French, and have a working knowledge of Korean.