Miriam R. Bourgeois

Ph.D. Candidate
Graduate Student
Miriam Bourgeois is a PhD candidate in OSU's NELC department. Her dissertation focuses on hidden transcripts in protest literature and rap by ‘48 Palestinians in both Hebrew and Arabic, and her Master’s thesis was entitled Solomon ibn Gabirol and Samuel ibn Naghrela: An Examination of Life and Death. She is also an Assistant Coordinator at OSU's Writing Center (CSTW).
Areas of Expertise
  • Palestinian history and literature
  • Israeli and Zionist history and literature
  • Historical & Modern Hebrew thought, literature, and language
  • Historical & Modern Arabic thought, literature, and language
  • BA, Comparative Literature, The University of Chicago (2009)
  • MA, Medieval Hebrew Poetry, OSU (2013)
  • PhD candidate, Near Eastern Languages and Cultures, OSU (current)

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