C641 Wells Hall
FacultyEnglishGlobal Studies in Arts and Humanities
Literary Studies; Race and Ethnic Studies; Global and Diasporic Studies; Postcolonial Studies
In addition to his position in English, Salah Hassan is core faculty in the Muslim Studies Program and in Global Studies in the Arts and Humanities at MSU. His areas of research and teaching include postcolonial literature and theory, mid-20th century anticolonial intellectual movements, literatures of empire, and Arab and Muslim North American studies. His research projects have recently been oriented around the representation of Arabs and Muslims in the media and also projects of Arab and Muslim self-representation. He is the founder of the Muslim Subjects website and blog (muslimsubjects.org), and coordinator of the following projects on that site: “Migrations of Islam,” “American Halal,” and “Journal/Islam.” Muslim Subjects was established with grant that he received from the Social Science Research Council in 2011. He co-curated RASHID & ROSETTA, an international online art exhibit on the theme of the Rosetta Stone, and is co-editor of a special issue of MELUS (Winter 2006) on Arab American literature. He co-produced the short documentary film, “Death of an Imam” and is currently producing a series of documentary films on Muslims in the US.
ENG820: Postcolonial Studies and Beyond
ENG814: Echoes of Empire
ENG487: 20th Century Novel in English
ENG360: Postcolonial Literature and Theory
GSAH220: Narrative Maps of the Middle East
“Infinite Hijra: Migrant Islam, Muslim American Literature, and the Anti-Mimesis of The Taqwacores. Culture, Diaspora and Modernity in Muslim Writing.” Edited by Rehana Ahmed, Peter Morey, and Amina Yaqin (Routlege: UK, 2012): 87-100.
“Displaced Nations: Israeli Settlers and Palestinian Refugees.” Studies in Settler Colonialism. Edited by Lionel Pilkington and Fiona Bateman (Palgrave: UK, 2011): 186-203.
“Bondage.” West Coast Line 64 (Fall 2010).
“Unstated: Narrating the Lebanese Civil War.” PMLA 123.5 (2008): 1621-29.
“Other Places: Said’s Map of the Middle East.” Paradoxical Citizenship: Edward Said. Edited by Silvia Nagy-Zekmi. Lexington Books: Lanham, MD, 2006. 221-28.