French, Turkish, English
Migration and memory in the 20th and 21st centuries.
English, Spanish, Portuguese and Modern Greek
Mediterranean Studies, Cinema & Media Studies
Postcolonial Studies, Diaspora Studies, South Asian-Canadian Literature.
English, Latin, Ancient Greek, Italian
Classical reception in the Romantic period; nature and architecture; expressions of grief in poetry; gender and sexuality
English, Bengali, Hindi, German, Japanese
Postcolonialism, Shakespeare in Asia, Performance Studies, Translation and Adaptation studies, Cinema and Media Studies, Visual Arts
English, Korean, Russian, Japanese
Postcolonialism, Transcolonialism, Modernism, Drama, Theatre, Translation
English, French, German, Russian
European modernism; biopolitical discourse and film; detective fiction
English, French, Italian, Persian.
Medieval French, Italian and English literature. Classical Persian literature. Development of the narrative romance genre. "East-West" cultural transmission in the Middle Ages.
English, French, Russian, Spanish
20th and 21st century European and North/South American literature, translation & adaptation studies, structuralism/poststructuralism, theatre, surrealism & avant-garde
English, Polish, French
Polish-Jewish identity narratives, Holocaust literature, memory studies, autobiography, oral history
Twentieth-century American, Japanese, and Yiddish literatures; multilingualism; critical theory; memory studies; avant-garde; modernism/postmodernism
Arabic, English, French
Contemporary French and Arabic literature and film; postcolonialism, gender and race; Islam and sexuality; migration, diaspora.
English, Russian, Spanish
English, Russian, and Spanish literatures of the mid to late 20th century; with a particular emphasis on the cultural politics of the Cold War and the neoliberal turn.
My research focuses on representations of border walls and border zones in Soviet, American, and Mexican science fiction and utopian/dystopian novels and films.
German, French and American literature of the early 20th century, especially from the period between the world wars.
Persian, Arabic, English
Greco-Arabic Translation movement, the reception of Classical philosophy in the medieval Islamicate world and its role in the development of "western" intellectual traditions, especially in medieval and early modern Europe.
Fall 2021: T 12 - 2 PM, or by appointment
English, French, Italian, Spanish
19th- and early 20th-century British and French literature; literature and the arts; history of the image, visual and material culture; psychoanalytic theory; neuroaesthetics
Languages: English, Spanish, French
Interests: Colonialism & Post-colonialism; Indigenism/Indigenous Studies; Ecological Humanities; Translation and Adaptation Studies