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M.A., Western Michigan University
B.A., University of Alexandria, Egypt
Hanan Aly holds a B.A. in English from the University of Alexandria, Egypt, with a specialization in English and American literature and an M.A in Literature with a specialization in postmodern American literature from Western Michigan University. She is currently a Ph.D. student in the English Department with a specialization in Gender and Women's Studies. Her research areas include postcolonial, feminist, and gender theory and theories of subjection.
Her dissertation project focuses on representations of dispossession in colonial, postcolonial and neoliberal contexts in the diasporic literature of the Middle East and North Africa from the late fifties to the present.
IAH207: Dangerous Art
IAH201: U.S. and The World
IAH202: Europe and the World
IAH 202: Europe and the World (online)
IAH231: Human Values, Arts and Humanities (online)
ENG232: Writing as Exploration (Online)
ENG153: Introduction to Women Authors
WRA150: Writing: The Evolution of American Thought