Affirmation and Resistance
About the author
Marta Bosch-Vilarrubias received her Ph.D. in English from the University of Barcelona, where she is currently an adjunct professor. She has extensively published on Arab American studies and the representation of masculinities in Arab American literature written by women. Her publications include “Transitory Masculinities in Post-9/11 Arab American Literature Written by Women” in Alternative Masculinities for a Changing World (2014), “Contemporary Terrorist Bodies: The (De-)Construction of Arab Masculinities in the United States” in Embodying Masculinities: Towards a History of the Male Body in U.S. Culture and Literature (Lang, 2013), “Post–9/11 Representations of Arab Masculinities by Arab American Women Writers: Criticism or Praise?” in Men in Color: Racialized Masculinities in U.S. Literature and Cinema (2011), and “The Representation of Fatherhood by the Arab Diaspora in the United States” in Lectora: Journal of Women and Textuality (2008).
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