My PhD project explores the ways in which contemporary literature revisits the notion of selfhood in a metamodern light. I am particularly interested in foregrounding a metamodern model of self; one which deconstructs postmodern trends informing literature's depiction of a largely materialistic self, as well as reiterates questions of the human within the contemporary cultural paradigm.
I started my undergraduate in 2012 at Badji Mokhtar University Annaba in Algeria, where I have completed my BA in English as a Foreign Language. Shortly after I did my Masters in 2015 at the same university, where I focused on the literature and civilization of the English-speaking world.
I was granted a scholarship by the Algerian Ministry of Higher Education to start my Ph.D. studies in the United Kingdom. In 2017, I was enrolled in a Ph.D. presessional programme where I completed a 6 months course on academic English and Ph.D. research skills.