Michael Malouf

Associate Professor of English

George Mason University

Michael Malouf received his PhD from Columbia University and teaches courses on post-1900 Anglophone literature with a special interest in the Modernist period as well as novels and poetry from Ireland, Britain, and the Caribbean. His research and teaching are informed by the historical approaches found in postcolonialism and cultural studies with a particular focus on questions of cross-cultural literary and material practices within a transnational conception of the literary field. His courses strive to examine historical and social questions such as modernity, migration, or the commodity through the lens of literary and cultural forms. Professor Malouf is also affiliated with the Cultural Studies and Global Affairs Programs and is currently the coordinator for the English Honors Program.