Praxes of popular culture

Broj 1 - Godina 9 - 12/2018

Autori

Olfa Gandouz, University of Gabes, Tunisia

olfagandouz@yahoo.fr

Olfa Gandouz is a teaching assistant at the Higher Institute of Languages, Gabes. Her Ph.D. thesis is entitled “Female Oscillation between Idealization and Debasement in Selected Plays of Eugene O’Neill and Tennessee Williams” (Sousse 2018). She used to be a member of the cultural dialogues research unit at the Faculty of Arts and Humanities, Sousse, where she was a contractual assistant. She teaches American Drama, History of Performance, British poetry, and American and British Civilization. Her areas of interest are: Irish-American literature, American drama, psychoanalysis, gender and feminist studies, and postcolonial literature. She has published a number of papers related to modern American drama in national and international journals.

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