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Aliyah Khan

Associate Professor of English, and Afroamerican and African Studies

Office Information:

3164 Angell Hall

Womens Literature; Postcolonial Studies; Asian American and Pacific Islander; Caribbean; Science Fiction and Fantasy; English; Ecocriticism; Theory; Gender and Sexuality; Creative Writing; African American


Ph.D., Literature and Feminist Studies, University of California, Santa Cruz, 2012
M.F.A., in Fiction, Hunter College of the City University of New York, 2006

Current Courses

AAS 411-001
Caribbean Religions: Creole Spiritualities from Vodou to Islam

AMCULT 311-006
American Culture and the Humanities

ARABAM 311-001
Arab American Studies and the Humanities

ENGLISH 378-001
Muslim and Arab Literatures

ISLAM 392-003
Humanities Topics in Islamic Studies