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Chourouq Nasri

Associate professor at the faculty of letters,

Mohammed 1 University –Oujda since September 2005

Identity and Difference Research Group

Chourouqnasri@gmail.com

  ACADEMIC DEGREES

  • Habilitation universitaire, Mohammed 1University– Oujda May 2012.
  • Doctorat in Anglophone Studies, Paris III University (L’Institut du Monde Anglophone) November 2003.
  • DEA in Anglophone Studies, Paris 4 University (La Sorbonne).
  • BA in English Literature, Mohammed 1 University– Oujda.

  AREAS OF EXPERTISE AND RESEARCH INTERESTS

  • Visual arts
  • Cultural studies
  • Media and film
  • Theater
  • Urban space issues
  • Gender studies
  • World literature

    UNIVERSITY SERVICE

  • Elected Representative at the Faculty Council (2009-2011)
  • Elected Representative at the Faculty Council (2016-2017)
  • Elected Representative at the Faculty syndicate (2015-2016)

 TEACHING AND ACADEMIC RESPONSIBILITIES 

  • Member of research group, “Identity and difference”, Faculty of Letters- Oujda.
  • Founder and Coordinator of a Professional BA Program, “Médias et communication interactive” 2009-2013 Faculty of Letters – Mohammed 1 University, Oujda.
  • Member of the teaching team of the Professional BA Program, “Médias et communication interactive” 2009-2013 Faculty of Letters – University Mohammed 1, Oujda.
  • Member of the teaching team of the graduate program, « Genre, société et développement humain » Faculty of Letters – University Mohammed, Oujda, 2010-2014.
  • Member of the teaching team of the graduate program, postcolonial Studies   – Oujda, Faculty of Letters – University Mohammed, Oujda, 2007-2009.
  • COIL partnering with a faculty member at SUNY Oneonta. COIL Module: Francophone/Anglophone/Arabophone the literary and Cultural Blend of Two Nations, 2016/2017.

  RESEARCH RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Member of the editorial board of Ikhtilaf, Journal of Critical Humanities and Social Studies.
  • Coordinator of the first issue ofIkhtilaf, Journal of Critical Humanities and Social Studies: “The Environment is Us: Humanities and the Ecological Crisis”. Fall 2017.
  • Member of the organizing committee of the conference, “Society, Discourse and Power. Theoretical and Analytical Perspectives,” an event organized in homage to Professor Mohamed Dellal. Faculty of Letters – University Mohammed, Oujda, 8, 9 December 2017.
  • Member of the organizing committee of the international conference on, “Gender and The Law,” an event organized by research group, “Identity and Difference.” Faculty of Letters – University Mohammed, Oujda, 19-20 May 2017.
  • Member of the organizing committee of the international conference, « Le théâtre multilingue : traduction et échanges linguistiques et culturels,» an event organized by research group, “Identity and Difference.” Centre de Langues. Mohammed 1 University, Oujda. 15, 16 and 17 May 2017.
  • Member of the organizing committee of the international conference, “Sub-Saharan Migration. Risk of Human Trafficking,” an event organized by research group, “Identity and Difference.” Centre de Langues Mohammed 1 University, Oujda. 28 February 2017.
  • Member of the organizing committee of a round table discussion on L'Oriental Marocain, désirs d’artistes et passions de créateurs, a book by Azzedine Abdelwahabi, an event organized by the research group, “Identity and Difference”.  Faculty of Letters – University Mohammed, Oujda, 14 April 2016.
  • Moderator of a round table discussion on L'Oriental Marocain, désirs d’artistes et passions de créateurs, a book by Azzedine Abdelwahabi, an event organized by the research group, “Identity and Difference”.  Faculty of Letters – University Mohammed, Oujda, 14 April 2016.
  • Member of the organizing committee of Women’s History Month, Women and Environment, 3rd edition, an event organized by the research group, “Identity and Difference”.  ENSAO, 5th, 12th and 26th of March 2016.
  • Member of the organizing committee of the study days on « La société civile et la recherche scientifique sur le genre et la migration dans la région de l‘Oriental ». Study days organized by CDD, Mohammed I University in collaboration with research group, « Identity and difference ». Faculty of Letters–University Mohammed, Oujda, Friday and Saturday, 12 and 13 December 2015.
  • Member of the organizing committee of the study days on “Le genre et la migration dans la région de l’Oriental”. Study days organized by CUD, Mohammed I University in collaboration with research group, « Identity and difference ». Faculty of Letters–University Mohammed, Oujda, 23 and 24 December 2014.
  • Member of the organizing committee of Women’s History Month, Of Courage across Cultures, 2ndedition, an event organized by research group, “Identity and Difference”.  ENSAO, 7th, 14th, 21st and 28th of March 2014.
  • Member of the organizing committee of Women’s History Month, 1stedition, an event organized by research group, “Identity and Difference”. ENSAO, 8th, 15th, 22nd and 28th of March 2013.
  • Member of the organizing committee of the international conference, “Women and the Arab Spring”, an event organized by research group, “Identity and Difference”. CERSHO, 30 and 31 May 2013.
  • Member of the organizing committee of a study day on « The Press in Morocco »,an event organized by research group, “Identity and Difference” and the professional BA, “Médias et communication interactive.” Faculty of Letters–University Mohammed, Oujda, 3 Mai 2011.
  • Organizing Committee Member of Mohammed 1 University Theatre Festival, First Edition held in November 2008.
  • Member of the organizing committee of the international conference, “Public Space: text and Context”, an event organized by research group, “Identity and Difference” Faculty of Letters–University Mohammed, Oujda, 15-16 March 2007.
  • Member of the organizing committee of the international conference, “Minorities and Minor Literatures, Politics of De/construction of Identity in Literature, Art and Human Sciences”, an event organized by research group, “Identity and Difference”, Faculty of Letters–University Mohammed, Oujda, 9-11 March 2006.
  • Member of the organizing committee of Women’s History Month, Women and the Visual Arts, 4th edition, an event organized by research group, “Identity and Difference”. Centre de Langues. Mohammed 1 University, Oujda. 11 and 25 March 2017.
  • Member of the organizing committee of a debate around L'Islam Politique dans l'Impasse, a book by Hassan Aourid. Faculty of Letters – University Mohammed, Oujda, 17 March 2017.

  PAPERS AND PRESENTATIONS

  • « Du langage de la « BD » au multilinguisme scénique. Et si On affame bien les rats montait sur les planches! »  « Le théâtre multilingue : traduction et échanges linguistiques et culturels,» an event organized by research group, “Identity and Difference.” Centre de Langues. Mohammed 1 University, Oujda. 15, 16 and 17 May 2017.
  • « Genre en recherche : quatre ans de lutte pour briser la fermeture de l’université sur elle-même ». Study days on « La société civile et la recherche scientifique sur le genre et la migration dans la région de l‘Oriental », an event organized by CDD, Mohammed I University in collaboration with Identity and Difference Research Group. Faculty of Letters–University Mohammed, Oujda, Friday and Saturday, 12 and 13 December 2015.
  • « Le dessin de presse au Maroc : un coup de crayon insoumis. » Humour, (Dé)former les sens. International conference organized by the Faculty of Letters and Human Sciences,Ben Msik, Hassan II University, Casablanca, 19 November 2015.
  • « Abounaddara, le cinéma d’urgence pour réinventer la Syrie ». Upholding Gendered Peace at a Time of War. International conference organized by the American university of Lebanon and women’s studies institute. Beyrouth, 8-11 June 2015.
  • « The Conflicting Transformations of the City in the Photographs of Yto Barrada». Uniconflicts in Spaces of Crisis. Critical Approaches in, against and beyond the University. International conference organized by Encounters and Conflicts in the City Group Research Group. Department of Architecture, Aristote University, Thessaloniki, 11-14 June 2015.
  • « De Médine à Oujda, la place des femmes dans les villes arabo-musulmanes ». Study days organized by CUD, Mohammed I University in collaboration with research group, « Identity and difference ». Faculty of Letters–University Mohammed, Oujda, 23 and 24 December 2014.
  • On affame bien les rats : les « années de plomb” au Maroc racontées en images », L'état des sciences sociales au Maroc. Transdisciplinary Conference organized by Al-Akhawayn University, Ifrane, 23-24 May 2014.
  • Participation in a seminar about “The International Law of Refugees” and “The Right of Asylum in Morocco and the Legal Accompaniment of Asylum Seekers”, an event organized by l’association, “Droit et justice”, 26 January 2014, Atlas Orient, Oujda.
  • “Documentary Film, a Path to Women Empowerment in Morocco”, a study day on moroccan cinema and women, an event organized by the Master program, « Communication in Contexts » and research group, « Intercultural Communication and Cultural Studies », Moulay Ismail University, Meknes, 17 May 2013.
  • “Cartoons, a Liberating Force for the Arab Spring Women”, international conference, “Women and the Arab Spring”, an event organized by research group, “Identity and Difference”. CERSHO, 30 and 31 May 2013.
  • Participation in the works of the Regional University, Maragha, an event organized by “l’Association Marocaine des Droits Humains”. Golf Isly Hotel, Oujda, 11-13 October 2013.
  • “La caricature de presse au Maroc fait-elle de la résistance?”, The Press in Morocco,an event organized by research group, “Identity and Difference” and the professional BA, “Médias et communication interactive”. Faculty of Letters–University Mohammed, Oujda, 3 Mai 2011.
  • “Fighting Passive Vision in Moroccan Universities!”, International conference on « Media, Culture and Education ». Department of English, Moulay Ismail University, Meknes. 23-24-25 November, 2010.
  • Participation to the OMD seminars organized in the Faculty of Letters, Mohammed 1 University, Oujda, November 2010.
  • Organisation of  journée portes ouvertes- at the Faculty of Letters, Mohammed 1 University, Oujda,à la faculté des lettres, Oujda le 16 novembre 2009.
  •  “The History of the Black Americans through Art”, African-American History Month, American corner, Oujda, 27 February 2009.
  • “Théâtre Universitaire: Développement et Communication”, round table, University theater festival, festival universitaire du théâtre, Faculty of Letters–University Mohammed, Oujda, November, 2008.
  •  “The Repressed Made Public through Film in Les Yeux Secs by Narjiss Nejjar”, « espace public : texte et contexte. International conference organized by research group, “Identity and Difference”. Faculty of Letters–University Mohammed, Oujda, 15-16 March 2007.
  •  “Tangier: a Place Reinvented, Made and Unmade by Anouar Majid in Si Yussef.” International conference, “Minorities and Minor Literatures, Politics of De/construction of Identity in Literature, Art and Human Sciences”, an event organized by research group, “Identity and Difference”, Faculty of Letters–University Mohammed, Oujda, 9-11 March 2006.

 PUBLICATIONS 

  • “Tangier: a Place Reinvented, Made and Unmade by Anouar Majid in Si Yussef.” Representing Minorities: Studies in Literature and Criticism, edited by Larbi Touaf and Soumia Boutkhil. Cambridge Scholars Press, 2006.
  • “The Repressed Made Public through Film in Les Yeux Secs by Narjiss Nejjar.” The World as a Global Agora, edited by Larbi Touaf and Soumia Boutkhil. Cambridge Scholars Press, 2008.
  • “Les Métiers de la Communication et des Médias : Etat des Lieux dans  l’Oriental.” Oriental.ma, November 2010.
  •  “Fighting Passive Vision in Moroccan Universities!” The Proceedings of the International Conference on Media, Culture and Education. Edited by Drissia Chouit.Meknes: Moulay Ismail University, 2014.
  • “The international festival of theatre organized in Oujda by Commedrama, a joyful journey of discovery,” http://identityanddifference.org/, 2016.
  •  « Le dessin de presse au Maroc : un coup de crayon insoumis. » in Humour, (Dé)former le sens, an edited volume by Lahcen Ouasmi, Nadia OUACHENE and Latifa IDRISSI  Publication of the Faculty of Letters and Human Sciences,Ben Msik, Hassan II University, Casablanca, 2017.
  • « Abounaddara, an Emergency Cinema to reinvent Syria. » in Al-Raida Journa, edited by the Institute for Women's Studies in the Arab World at the Lebanese American University, Forthcoming.
  • “The conflicting transformations of the city in the photographs of contemporary Moroccan artist Yto Barrada.” in Uniconflicts in Spaces of Crisis. Critical Approaches in, against and beyond the University, an online book edited byEncounters and Conflicts in the City Research Group. Department of Architecture, Aristote University, Thessaloniki, Greece, 2017. https://uniconflicts.wordpress.com/
  • « De Médine à Oujda, la place des femmes dans les villes arabo-musulmanes. » in (Re)penser le Maroc (Oriental) dans une perspective genre, a book in two volumes edited by Chourouq Nasri, Larbi Touaf and Soumia Boutkhil. Forthcoming.
  • « On affame bien les rats : les années de plomb au Maroc dans un BD- reportage. La bande dessinée africaine francophone. Mouvances Francophones. Forthcoming.
  •  “The Liberating Force of Art, Humor and Social Media: Women Cartoonists of the Arab Spring” in North African Women after the Arab Spring. An edited volume by Larbi Touaf, Soumia Boutkhil, Chourouq Nasri, Palgrave US. 2017.
  •  North African Women after the Arab Spring, an edited volume by Larbi Touaf, Soumia Boutkhil, Chourouq Nasri, Palgrave USA, 2017.
  • (Re)penser le Maroc (Oriental) dans une perspective genre, a book in two volumes edited by Chourouq Nasri, Larbi Touaf and Soumia Boutkhil. Forthcoming.
  • « Humour des caricaturistes marocains: rire rebelle ou simple mécanisme de divertissement, » Interlignes. Le Rire Ici et là. URCERES cultures, éthique, religions et sociétés, 2017.
  • « Perte de conscience », Libération Maroc. 13 July 2017.
  • « Ceci n’est pas un livre», Maroc Arts. October 2017. http://maroc-arts.com/index.php/divers/807-ceci-n-est-pas-un-livre
  • Collection of Haiku by Sameh Derouich, translated into English. Forthcoming.
  • “Blue in Green” ID: New Short Fiction from Africa, edited by Helen Moffett. July 2018 (Longlisted for the Short Story Day Africa Prize for Short Fiction. 2017)
  • Poetry as Resistance: An Ecocritical Reading of Sameh Derouich’s Haiku,” The Environment is Us: Humanities and the Ecological Crisis. Ikhtilaf, Journal of Critical Humanities and Social Studies.Issue 1, Fall 2017.

       ARTISTIC PROJECTS:

  • Participation in Artists’ Books, an exhibition organized by the Frogs’ Club, Moulaty Alhassan Gallery, Oujda. 15 September -10 October 2017.
  • Blue In Green, a play presented in the 10th edition of the international festival of theater May 2017.
  • Organization of a collective exhibition entitled, L’art des femmes.Centre de langues, Mohammed 1 University, March 2017.
  • Organization of an exhibition by Asmae Elouaryachi. Faculty of Letters– Mohammed 1 University, Oujda, 12 and 13 December 2015.
  • Participation to a creative writing program organized by Iowa University, United States, BTL (Between the Lines) July, 2012.
  • Organisation of  « la fête de la musique ». Professional BA, « médias et communication interactive ». Mohammed 1 University, June 2012.          
  • Creation of a documenatry film, Graines de rêves, (scenario, direction and production) April 2012. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jSu9lLdHMqU
  • Creation of a theater performance, Madagh Blues (scenario and direction) June 2012. Professional BA, « médias et communication interactive ». Mohammed 1 University, June 2012.
  • Participation to the organization of the festival of advertisements for the environment protection. Faculty of sciences, international study days of geosciences, 21-  23 June 2011. 
  • Organisation of documentary photographs exhibition, “La précarité chez les femmes d’Oujda”, Professional BA, « médias et communication interactive ». Mohammed 1 University, May 2011.
  • Organisation of an exhibition of artworks about the old city in Oujda. “Bab Elkhmise”, Professional BA, « médias et communication interactive », Galerie d’Art Almaghrib Alarabi, 15-21 April 2010.
  • Founder of the Creative Writing Workshop,  Faculty of Letters - Oujda, (2006-2008).
  • Director of two University Plays: the Poet’s Dream (July 2007) and Shakespeare in Morocco(July 2008).
  • Courses Taught
  1. 1.      Department of English:

       Semestres 1, 2, 3 and 4:

  •  Intensive Reading
  •  Extensive Reading
  •  The Literatures of the Western World
  •  The Mythologies of the Western World
  •  Modern Drama and Poetry
  • Introduction to media studies
  • Introduction to cultural studies

   Semestre 5:

  • Research and study skills
  • Reading for a Major in Literature

     Semester 6:

  • Advanced research and study skills
  • Anglophone Poetry

    Professional BA, « médias et communication interactive »

  • Ecriture créative
  • Techniques de journalisme
  • Documentaire
  • théâtre
  • Littérature
  • Atelier de creation radiophonique
  • Projet tuteuré
  • Projet professionnel

      Graduate Program:

  • Colonial and Post-Colonial Discourse (2006-2008)

            Beur Culture Culture, present and past, semester 2.

  • Genre et imaginaire social (2012-2015)

Genre et imaginaire social (theory and practice), module 3, semester 3.

  • Supervised Dissertations
  • La représentation des femmes dans la presse écrite marocaine, étude réalisée sur le quotidien, Almasae. 2013.2014.
  • Lecture critique des mécanismes de réinsertion des prisonnières au Maroc, enquête réalisée à Oujda, 2013.2014.
  • Les mères célibataires et l’image de soi, enquête réalisée à Oujda, 2013.2014.
  • Histoire politique des femmes au Maroc. Facteurs de l’exclusion. enquête de terrain réalisée 2012/2013.
  • On ne naît pas femme mais on le devient. Sexisme à l’école marocaine, enquête de terrain réalisée en 2012/2013.
  • L’institutionnalisation de la violence conjugale faite aux femmes au Maroc, enquête réalisée en 2012. 
  • Representing Minorities in Beur and Banlieue Films: Le Thé au Harem d’Archimède and L’Esquive. 2010.

 

Chourouq Nasri, associate professor at Mohammed 1 University
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