Language and Literature
Alexander Hartwiger, Assistant Professor
PhD (University of North Carolina, 2010);
Alexander Hartwiger received his PhD in 2010 from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. His research centers on postcolonial studies, contemporary global literature, and globally networked pedagogy. He has two forthcoming articles, including “Locating Difference: What a Cosmopolitan Pedagogy Offers Human Rights Discourse” for the MLA teaching series on human rights literature and pedagogy. His current research project explores the emergence of the unhomely cosmopolitan in contemporary world literature. He is an International Fellow at the Center for Online International Learning (COIL) at SUNY and he is organizing the International Conference on Human Rights and the Humanities at AUB in spring 2012.
Courses he has taught include:
English 243 (Post-Colonial Literature)
English 106 (Introduction to World Literature)