Sirène Harb, Associate Professor of English and Comparative Literature.
Ph.D (Purdue University, 2002); MA (AUB); BA (AUB)
Sirene Harb's research focuses on inscriptions of race, gender, class, and sexuality in ethnic American, Francophone, and postcolonial literatures. It also probes theories of resistance, acculturation, and hybridization and their role in shaping identity and memory.
Courses she has taught include:
ENGL 305Q Poetic Res.: American Texts
ENGL 304H Contemporary Arab American Literature
ENGL 209 Survey of American Literature
ENGL 207 Introduction to English Literature II
ENGL 201 Survey of American Literature
ENGL 226 Contemporary American Literature
CVSP 204 Contemporary Studies