Lahoucine Ouzgane, BA, Rabat, MA, Keele, MA, Bangor, PhD, Alberta

Associate Professor, Faculty of Arts - English & Film Studies Dept

Contact

Associate Professor, Faculty of Arts - English & Film Studies Dept
Email
lahoucine.ouzgane@ualberta.ca
Address
4-25 Humanities Centre
11121 Saskatchewan Drive NW
Edmonton AB
T6G 2H5

Overview

Research

I locate my teaching and research interests in postcolonial theory, Middle Eastern and North African literatures, composition theory, and masculinity and terrorism studies. My publications include Crossing Borderlands: Composition and Postcolonial Studies (U of Pittsburgh P, 2004), African Masculinities: men in Africa from the late 19th century to the present (Palgrave, 2005), Islamic Masculinities (Zed Books, 2006), and Men in African Film & Fiction (James Currey, 2011). 

Courses

ENGL 103 - Case Studies in Research

This variable content course introduces methods of literary research as an in-depth process through one or more case studies. Not to be taken by students with *6 in approved junior English. This course can only be taken once for credit. Note: refer to the Class Schedule and the Department of English and Film Studies website for specific topics.

Fall Term 2020 Winter Term 2021
ENGL 299 - Essay Writing for Education Students

This course, designed to increase the student's ability to write effective essays, emphasizes the study of grammar, punctuation, and sentence and paragraph structure. The study of models of prose style is integrated with frequent practice in writing. ENGL 299 is not a remedial course. Note: Restricted to students in the Faculty of Education. Prerequisite: *6 of junior English, or *3 of junior English plus WRS 101.

Fall Term 2020
WRITE 297 - Introduction to Writing Nonfiction

To increase the student's ability to write clear nonfiction prose. Models of prose style are central, combined with frequent practice in writing on the basis of such models. Prerequisite: *3 of junior English (or equivalent). Not to be taken by students with credit in WRITE 298.

Winter Term 2021

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