Adjunct Professor in Languages, Literatures and Cultures
Franklin University Switzerland
Kate Roy is an Adjunct Professor in Languages, Literatures and Cultures at Franklin University Switzerland and a Fellow of the UK Higher Education Academy. Her research interests include diasporic writing, especially Turkish-German and Arab-German writing, and comparative studies in postcolonial literatures and cultures, including postcolonial translation theory. She is especially interested in learning about ways and means of promoting texts and making them accessible online and in different ways to different audiences. In the teaching field, her interests are in exploring experiential learning strategies and the use of DH to rethink ways of “doing” and assessing literature and culture classes.
Personal pronouns: She/her/hers
Interests: Postcolonial Studies, translation, Border Studies, experiential learning, text/image assemblages, student knowledge production
- Integrating digital projects in the classroom: Presentations of projects at Franklin University Switzerland and Al Akhawayn University in Ifrane