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Research Interests

Arab Literature in English, Gender Studies, Feminist Writing, Diaspora Studies, Postcolonial Literature, Ethnic Novel, and MENA studies.  


Ishak Berrebbah is a doctoral researcher, a teaching associate at Coventry University, UK, and an associate fellow of Higher Education Academy. He is also an educator and a teaching associate at Birmingham City University International College, leading pre-master modules on Critical Thinking, Composition and Style, and Academic Writing and Practice. His research covers contemporary Arab Diaspora and its literature. The theoretical framework of his research holds interdisciplinary perspectives: postcolonial, political, feminist, and socio-cultural. He has published in the field of English Literature and has contributed to many international peer-reviewed journals of English studies and has also presented many research papers at several international conferences. His research interests intersect with Diaspora studies, Gender Studies, Postcolonial Studies, and Arab Literature in English.

Education/Academic qualification

Contemporary English Literature, Doctorate, Coventry University

Award Date: 17 Feb 2022

Associate Fellowship of the Higher Education Academy.

Award Date: 1 Feb 2022

Teaching and Learning in Higher Education (practical training and professional development), Coventry University

7 Sep 202110 Jan 2022

Award Date: 5 Jan 2022

EUROLTA Certificate - Teaching Languages to Adults., Degree, International Language Association

Award Date: 22 Mar 2019

Academic English and Research Skills Development, Postgraduate Certificate, Canterbury Christ Church University

Award Date: 30 Mar 2017

American and British Literatures, MA, Algeria

Award Date: 23 Jun 2016


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