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John  Basourakos

John Basourakos received his Ph.D. in Interdisciplinary Humanities Studies from Concordia University in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Dr. Basourakos has taught graduate and undergraduate courses in theatre history, cultural studies, literary theory, and academic writing in several countries and in different cultural contexts. He has published several articles on contemporary women playwrights, like Caryl Churchill, Pam Gems, Nawal El Saadawi, and Emily Mann, with a focus on how each playwright undertakes a critique of patriarchal ideologies of domination and normalization through their plays, as well as how they each examine conventional discourses about gender and sexuality as sites of struggles. He is currently doing research on how contemporary American male playwrights, like August Wilson, Neil LaBute, Donald Margulies, and David Mamet, explore issues of a “troubled American manhood” in their plays, and thus persist to interrogate the concept of masculinity, and of “American masculinity,” in particular, as culturally constructed and reproduced.

1993/9~1996/11 Ph.D in Humanities / Concordia University, Canada
1988/9~1990/10 MA in Culture and Values in Education / McGill University, Canada
1985/9~1988/7 BED in Secondary Education / McGill University, Canada
Fields of Specialty
  Drama Theory and Criticism, Canadian and Quebec Drama, Ethics
94.9~99.8 Fatih University  Assistant Professor
89.9~94.8 Beykent University  Assistant Professor
88.2~89.6 Providence University  Assistant Professor
80.9~85.12 McGill Unversity  Lecturer
101.9~102.7 Hoa Sen University  Assistant Professor
100.9~101.8 Tan Tao University  Associate Professor
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