What you'll learn
- You will have an easy reference to all major postcolonial concepts.
- You will develop a clear understanding of postcolonial concepts.
- You will be able to use the knowledge of postcolonial concepts in your writing and studying.
- You will be able to build on this basic knowledge through further reading and research.
- This course supplements my course on Postcolonialism
Created as a supplement to my course on Postcolonialism, this course offers you video explanations of most major terms used within the context of postcolonial studies. These video lectures are available on my Youtube channel as well, but in this course format you will have an easy and ordered access to all the materials without having to look for them online.
This course is created as an easy reference to postcolonial concepts and terms; the entries are listed alphabetically and where possible, I have provided references to written and textual resources on the web. Here are some of the advantages of taking this course:
You will have perpetual access to an ever growing resource on postcolonial theory.
You will be able to watch the videos on any given concept to prepare for exams or simply to refresh your understanding of the concepts.
If you watch all the videos, you will develop an extensive understanding of the most important concepts and terms in postcolonialism and postcolonial theory.
As a teacher I take pride in being highly responsive to the needs of my students, so at any time if you feel like a concept or a lesson could use more explanation, please never hesitate to contact me through the course messaging system. It would be my pleasure to answer your queries and to make this course even better with your insights and suggestions.
Who this course is for:
- Anyone interested in postcolonial theory
I am a former Associate Professor of Postcolonial Literary Studies with twenty years of experience of teaching graduate and undergraduate courses at three US research universities.
When you take any of my courses, be assured that the courses contain materials created by an expert!
I have authored several books and also share my educational expertise internationally through webinars, public talks, and through my YouTube Channel on Postcolonialism. I welcome all suggestions for improving the courses. Please never hesitate to contact me!
PhD. in English, Florida State
Masters in English, Belmont University
Bachelors in English, Belmont University
Diploma, Japanese Language, NUML, Pakistan
ISIS: Ideology, Symbolics and Counter Narratives, Routledge, 2019.
The Religious Right and the Talibanization of America, Palgrave, 2016.
Constructing Pakistan, Oxford, 2010.