Abid Vali

Abid Vali Title: Instructor
Office: 2M69
Building: Manitoba
Phone: 204.786.9203
Email: a.vali@uwinnipeg.ca

Biography:
Abid Vali’s current research focuses on Transnational Collaborations in Modern Poetry, specifically the later work of William Butler Yeats and Ezra Pound’s oeuvre, and Globalization in literature as a whole. He has taught Literature, Rhetoric and Composition at various English & Writing Studies Departments on 3 continents and earned his PhD from The University of Otago in Dunedin, NZ. His spare time is spent trying to beat his 5-yr. old at soccer, pretending to binge watch with his 12-yr. old and puttering on short horror stories.

Teaching Areas:

Introduction to Literature; Modern; Postcolonial; 20th century (Globalization & Transnationalism); Genre Literature.

Courses:

(FW) ENGL-1001-002 English 1

(F) ENGL-2612-001 Science Fiction

Publications:
“Noh Collaboration.” Comparative Drama Volume 48 (Winter 2019: No. 2).

“Transnational Collaboration in Yeats’ The Herne’s Egg – The Swami, the Poet & the Play.” The Comparatist Volume 42 (October 2018).

“Genius, Appropriation and Transnational Collaboration in Ezra Pound’s Cathay.” Anglica Volume 27/1 (2018).