On Sabbatical - Spring 2019
Hanan Elsayed teaches French and Arabic languages and literatures.
Her work explores Islam and history in multilingual literatures and cultures of the contemporary Arab world. Her areas of interest include Francophone writers from the Arab world; Arabic short fiction; early Islamic historiography; legacies of French colonialism.
Elsayed, Hanan. L’Histoire sacrée de l’Islam dans la fiction maghrébine. Paris: Karthala, 2016.
With Warren Montag, eds. Balibar and the Citizen Subject. Edinburgh, UK: Edinburgh UP, 2017.
Peer-reviewed articles and book chapters
Elsayed, Hanan. "Tombeau d'Ibn Arabi: 'It is Ibn Arabi speaking'." Expressions maghrébines 16. 2 (2017). Forthcoming.
Elsayed, Hanan. "La Haine: Falling in Slow Motion." In Balibar and the Citizen Subject. Eds. Warren Montag and Hanan Elsayed. Edinburgh, UK: Edinburgh UP, 2017. Pp. 235-252.
With Warren Montag. Introduction. Balibar and the Citizen Subject. Eds. Warren Montag and Hanan Elsayed. Edinburgh, UK: Edinburgh UP, 2017. Pp. 1-33.
Elsayed, Hanan “Early Islamic Historiography: The Background and Sources of Loin de Médine.” Approaches to Teaching the Works of Assia Djebar. Ed. Anne Donadey. New York, NY: PMLA, 2017.
Elsayed, Hanan. “Coran et subversion dans Le Silence de Mahomet.” French Review 88.2 (2014): 89-102.
Elsayed, Hanan. “‘Silence’ and Historical Tradition in Assia Djebar’s Loin de Médine.” Research in African Literatures 44.1 (2013): 91-105.
Representations of French Colonial History (French 363)
Arab Francophone Works (French 301)
Intermediate French I (French 201)
Perspectives from the Arab World (Arabic 275)
Arabic through Media and Film I& II (Arabic 301 & 302)
Intermediate Arabic I & II (Arabic 201 & 202)
Islam and Literature (CSP 25)
Muslim Women Narratives (CSP 57)