- Visiting Instructor of Comparative Literature
Amanda M. Al-Raba’a is a PhD candidate in Comparative Literature at UNC Chapel Hill. She works on gender, war, and translation in modern Middle Eastern, North African, and Arab diaspora literatures in Arabic, English, and French. Her current project focuses on the figure of the translator and the role of translation in Iraq War literature. She has taught courses in comparative literature, film, and French. At Oberlin, she teaches comparative literature courses focusing on Middle Eastern and North African literature, film, and art.