IMS Law College, Noida is organizing an international web talk on “Corpse Narratives of(f) the Limits” by Dr. Bootheina Majoul on December 17, 2021, at 2:00 PM via Microsoft Teams. Dr. Majoul is currently an Associate Professor of English Literature at the High Institute of Languages of Tunis (ISLT), University of Carthage. She holds an MA in Cross-Cultural Poetics (ISLT, University of Carthage) and a Ph.D. in English Literature (FLAHM, University of Manouba).
She has more than 20 years of teaching experience. Her areas of specialization are World Literature, Maghreban Studies, Comparative Literature, Film Studies, Digital Pedagogy, and Communication.
She is the author of 2 books: Doris Lessing: Poetics of Being and Time (2016), The Genetic and Generic Affiliations of Rushdie’s Satire in Midnight’s Children (2017); she edited 3 volumes: On Trauma and Traumatic Memory (2017) and Terrorism in Literature: Examining a Global Phenomenon (2019), and Maghrebean Voices: Roots/Routes (to be issued in 2021). She also co-edited 3 other volumes: On History & Memory in Arab Literature & Western Poetics (2020), Poetics of the Native (2021), and The Poetics and Hermeneutics of Pain and Pleasure (2022).
She is the author of several academic articles and five collections of poems. She delivered presentations at several national and international conferences in Tunisia and other foreign countries. She also organized several academic events: conferences, workshops, study days, and webinars.
She is Afikra Ambassador in Tunisia. She is the Founder & Chair of Arts & Humanities Global Network, Vice-Chair of Global Network of Liberal Arts, Steering Committee Member of Challenging Precarity Network
Member of the Scientific Committee of the Research Laboratory Language & Cultural Forms (University of Carthage). Member of the Research Group TrAdE: Translation and Adaptation from/into English (Tor Vergata University, Rome). Member of the International Society of Boredom Studies (Madrid-International) and a Member of Doris Lessing Society (Ontario, Canada)
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Prof Govind Prasad Goyal