KARIM BEJJIT firstname.lastname@example.org
Dept of English, Abdelmalek Essaadi University, Tetouan
Writing the Maghreb started as a google group designed specifically for students in my Moroccan American Studies class to facilitate sharing files and exchanging comments.
I have since become more and more aware of the importance of committing oneself to some sort of online communication with readers and viewers across the world since the technology we have today makes it possible. My blog aims to do exactly that – it is a tiny space for sharing thoughts and reflections.
- Doctorat D’Etat (PhD) University Mohamed I, Oujda, Morocco (2000)
- MA Postcolonial Studies University of Kent at Canterbury, Canterbury, UK (1996)
- BA English Literature University Abdelamlek Essaadi, Tetouan, Morocco (1992)
- Modern British and American literatures
- Postcolonial literatures and theory
- Anglo-American travel discourses on Morocco
- North African cultural history; Moroccan literature in French and Arabic
- 2016 “Book Review of Moroccan foreign policy under Mohammed VI, 1999–2014, by Irene Fernandez-Molina (Routledge, 2016) The Journal of North African Studies, v21 n5: 920-922
- 2015 English Colonial Texts on Tangier, (1661-1684): Imperialism and the Politics of Resistance (Farnham, Surrey: Ashgate), ISBN: 978-1-4724-5790-5.
- 2013 “Refashioning Barbary: American Discourse on North Africa” Beyond Colonial /Postcolonial intervention: Revisiting the Debate of Morocco in English Writings and Moroccan Writings in English eds. A. Essrhir, Khalid Amine et al (Faculty of Letters and Humanities, Abdelmalik Essaadi University, Tetuan) 141-160.
- 2013 Hamed Al-Maghribi and Other Tales (Casablanca: Al Qalam Al Maghribi) Collection of short stories in Arabic
- 2013 Travel and Otherness (Rabat: Dar Alamane) (Collected essaysin Aabic by multiple authors)
- 2012 “Female Spaces, Cross-cultural Encounters: Elizabeth Fernea and the Moroccan Experience” The Journal of North African Studies (Vol. 17 N° 3 2012), 491-501.
- 2011 “The Dutch in Barbary during De Ruyter’s Time” De Ruyter: Dutch Admiral eds. J R Bruijn, R P va Reine and RVH Westerflier (Rotterdam: Karwansaray Publishers) 57-76.
- 2010 “Edward Said and Orientalism: A Reappraisal” Moroccan American Studies, ed. Mohamed Benzidan (Laboratory of Moroccan American Studies, Faculty of Letters Ben M’sik, Casablanca) 67-78.
- 2009 “Tangier That Was: The Confessions of Samuel Pepys” Writing Tangier, eds. Ralph M Coury and Kevin Lacey (New York: Peter Lang Publishing, 2009) 151-162.
(Undergraduate): Modern literary criticism and theory, British and American fiction (Postgraduate): A Cultural History of Moroccan American Relations, American Travellers in the Maghreb 2012, The History and Theory of Travel 2012.
Research Grants and Academic Visits
- Visiting Professor (2013-2014) Dept. of English, University of Tabuk, Saudi Arabia
- Fulbright post-doc visiting scholar (July-October, 2011) San Diego State University, USA
- Visiting Lecturer (February- March 2009) Georgia University System, GA, USA
- Visiting Scholar (April-June 2007) NIAS (Netherlands Institute for Advanced Studies)
Links to Electronic Publications:
بين الأدب والنقد والسياسة بصمات: مجلة كلية الآداب والعلوم الإنسانية بنمسيك، عدد 2، ص. 35-56
“Encountering the Infidels: Restoration Images of the Moors”. Sheffield Hallam Working Papers: Representing Morocco Working Papers on the Web 2004