Danielle Haque, Ph.D.

Associate Professor | English Literature & English Studies

Address: 230 Armstrong Hall (AH 230)
Phone: (507) 389-2117
Email: danielle.haque@mnsu.edu

Education:

  • Ph.D. in English from Cornell University
  • M.A. in English and Comparative Literature from the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
  • MDiv from Yale Divinity School

Biography:
A native of Southern California, Haque earned a bachelor’s degree in English from Santa Clara University, a master’s degree in English and Comparative Literature from University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, a master’s of divinity from Yale Divinity School, and a doctorate in English from Cornell University. Haque’s faculty career includes a stint directing the First Year Seminar program at American University of Central Asia, Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan. She has published articles in American Literature and MELUS, and a book, Interrogating Secularism: Race and Religion in Arab Transnational Art and Literature.

Recent Publications:
Interrogating Secularism: Race and Religion in Arab Transnational Art and Literature. Syracuse University Press. Critical Arab American Studies Series. June 2019.

“Water Occupation & the Ecology of Arab American Literature.” MELUS. Vol. 44, Issue 1, Spring 2019, 65-86.

“‘Far East Mingles with Woolly West’: The Bedouin Cowboys of Buffalo Bill’s Wild West.” Buffalo Bill Centennial Anthology. Oklahoma University Press. (Forthcoming 2020).

“Arab Performers in Buffalo Bill’s Wild West.” Points West. Buffalo Bill Center of the West. (Summer 2018).

“The Postsecular Turn and Muslim American Literature.”  American Literature. Vol. 86. No. 4 (December 2014).

Teaching Guides, Research Guides, and Bibliographies:

“Sandra Cisneros.” In Oxford Bibliographies in American Literature. Ed. Jackson Bryer. Oxford University Press, 2019.

“Harlem Renaissance: Poetry.” Co-author, Jim Worthy. 20th and 21st Centuries in American Literature. Ed. Mary Pat Brady. Gale, 2017.

“Zen and the Art of Poetry: Jane Hirshfield and Joy Harjo.”  20th and 21st Centuries in American Literature.  Ed. Mary Pat Brady. Gale, 2017.

“Naomi Shihab Nye and Transnational Poetics.”  20th and 21st Centuries in American Literature. Ed. Mary Pat Brady. Gale, 2017.

“Francisco Goldman, ‘The Wave’.’” Teaching Guide to the 7th Edition of the Heath Anthology of American Literature. Cengage, 2013.    

“Manuel Muñoz, ‘Bring Brang Brung’.” Teaching Guide to the 7th Edition of the Heath Anthology of American Literature. Cengage, 2013.

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