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Nabil Boudraa

Associate Professor of French and Francophone Studies

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  OFFICE: 220 Kidder Hall
  PHONE: 541-737 3938
  FAX: 541-737-3563

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On Fulbright leave for 2011-2012

EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND:

Ph.D. in French and Francophone studies, Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge

Research Fellowship, North African Studies, Harvard University

M.A. in French Literature and Culture, Queens College & the Graduate Center, New York, NY

Maîtrise in American Studies, Université de Caen, France

B.A. in English, University of Algiers, Algeria


PRINCIPAL COURSES TAUGHT:

Introduction to French and Francophone literatures

Francophone Studies (Writing Intensive Curriculum)

Fourth Year French

French and Francophone Cinema

Maghrebian literature in translation

 

AREAS OF RESEARCH EXPERTISE:

North African, Sub-Saharan and Caribbean literatures and cultures

French and Francophone Film

Landscape in French and Francophone Literatures

20th century French Literature

19th century French-American Relations

History and anthropology of North Africa

 

MAJOR PUBLICATIONS:

Book:

Francophone Cultures through Film (Co-Author with Cécile Accilien). Forthcoming with Focus Publishing. 

Edited Volumes:

North African Mosaic: a Cultural Re-appraisal of Ethnic and Religious Minorities. Cambridge: Cambridge Scholars Press, England (2007). Co-editor with Dr. Joseph Krause.

Hommage à Kateb Yacine. Paris: Editions l’Harmattan, 2006.

To Topos/Poetry International: North African Voices Volume VII. Corvallis: Poetry Enterprises, Spring 2005.

Book chapters:

“Was Edward Said Right in Depicting Albert Camus as an Imperialist?” in Paradoxical Citizenship. Lanham: Lexington Books, May 2006, 187-200.

Articles:

“La problématique de la langue dans la littérature maghrébine”. It will be submitted to Expressions Maghrébines in December 2011.

“La Poésie Orale Berbère au Maroc.” Studi Magrebini. Volume No. 2 (2004): 223-235.

Translation:

“Le Zèbre” by Mouloud Mammeri, with notes and introduction. International Journal of Francophone Studies, (forthcoming)