Amal Eqeiq

Assistant Professor of Comparative Literature
email
413-597-5049
Hollander Hall Rm 232

Education

B.A. Hebrew University (1997)
M.A. Tel Aviv University, English (2004)
M.A. University of Oregon, Comparative Literature (2006)
Ph.D. University of Washington, Comparative Literature (2013)

Courses

Note: courses in gray are not offered this academic year.

ARAB 251 / COMP 251

Popular Culture in the Arab World: Youth, Populism, and Politics

COMP 253 / ARAB 253

Narratives of Placement and "Dis-placement" from the Global South

ARAB 256 / COMP 256 / ENGL 284

Arab and Anglophone: Narratives Beyond Nation and Diaspora

COMP 261 / ARAB 261

Comparative Postcolonial Narratives: Novels from the Arab World, Latin-America and the Caribbean

COMP 292 / ARAB 292

Revolutions and Counter-Revolutions: Narratives from the Arab World, Latin America and the Caribbean

ARAB 301(F)

Advanced Arabic I

ARAB 302(S)

Advanced Arabic II

HIST 309 / WGSS 251 / ARAB 252 / COMP 252

Arab Women Memoirs: Writing Feminist History

ARAB 330 / COMP 363

Thinking Critically: Major Debates in Modern Arab Thought

ARAB 368 / COMP 368 / WGSS 368(F)

Arab Women Writers: Remapping Urban Narratives

GBST 369 / HIST 306 / ARAB 369 / COMP 369(S)

Indigenous Narratives: From the Fourth World to the Global South