Shurouq Ibrahim

Shurouq Ibrahim

Shurouq Ibrahim

Ph.D Student, Graduate Teaching Associate

Hagerty Hall, 476

Office Hours

Friday, 2:00pm-3:00pm

Areas of Expertise

  • Trauma Studies
  • Postcolonial Studies
  • Literary Theory
  • Feminist Theory
  • Gothic Literature
  • Contemporary Arab Women’s Writing


  • M.A. in 21st Century Literature - University of Lincoln, England, United Kingdom
  • B.A. in English Language and Literature/Minor in Translation - Birzeit University, Palestine

Shurouq Ibrahim is a second-year Ph.D student and Graduate Teaching Associate in the Department of Comparative Studies. Her previous research examined individual, vicarious, and cultural trauma in 21st century world literature. Her current research focuses on the connections between trauma, place, and the supernatural/gothic in contemporary Arab and Anglophone Arab literature.