School of Global Studies

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Dr Feras Alkabani

Post:Associate Tutor (Anthropology, Sussex Centre for Language Studies, History)
Other posts:Teaching Fellow in Arabic (Sussex Centre for Language Studies, International Development)
Location:ARTS A A057
Email:F.Alkabani@sussex.ac.uk

Telephone numbers
Internal:3423
UK:01273 873423
International:+44 1273 873423
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Biography

Feras Alkabani is teaching fellow and lecturer at the University of Sussex. Feras obtained his BA in English Language and Literature from Damascus University and went on to pursue his postgraduate studies at the University of Sussex. Feras has an MA in English (Critical Theory) and a PhD in English (Comparative Literature).

Feras has taught on a wide range of interdisciplinary modules in Literature, History, Language Studies and Linguistics, International Development and Anthropology at various universities and HE institutions in the UK abroad, including the University of Sussex, King's College London, CAPA London and Damascus University. 

His first monograph, Richard Burton, T.E. Lawrence and the Culture of Homoerotic Desire, is going to be published early next year (2018) by I.B. Tauris London. 

Role

Teaching Fellow, Lecturer and Associate Tutor

SCLS, HAHP and Global Studies

Qualifications

 

  • BA (First Class Honours) in English Language and Literature - Damascus University 
  • MA in English (Critical Theory) - University of Sussex 
  • PhD in English (Comparative Literature) - University of Sussex