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Dohra Ahmad has been teaching at St. John’s University since 2004, having received her Ph. D. from Columbia University that year. She teaches undergraduate and graduate courses in twentieth-century postcolonial and world Anglophone literature, postcolonial theory, American and ethnic American literature, and utopian fiction. Dr. Ahmad also serves as an advisor for faculty members teaching English 1100C, Literature in a Global Context. In the broadest terms, her research aims to draw thematic, stylistic, and historical connections among various twentieth-century literary movements. She is the author of Landscapes of Hope: Anti-Colonial Utopianism in the United States (Oxford University Press, 2009) and editor of Rotten English: A Literary Anthology (W. W. Norton, 2007). Her essays have appeared in ELH, the Yale Journal of Criticism, Social Text, and the Journal of Commonwealth Literature.