Dr. Mais T. Al-Khateeb is an Assistant Professor of Rhetoric and Writing Studies. Her research engages questions about rhetorics of transnational feminism, disability, posthumanism, new materialism, and feminist phenomenology. Dr. Al-Khateeb’s book project tracks the circulation of screening rhetorics targeting Syrian refugees in the wake of the 2015 and 2016 terrorist attacks in the U.S. and Europe. She develops a methodology of encounter to account for how bodies, human and nonhuman, travel and become rhetorically (im)possible in different geopolitical contexts. Dr. Al-Khateeb has taught a wide range of courses, including first-year writing, writing in the humanities and social sciences, as well as scientific and technical writing.
- PhD in Rhetoric and Professional Communication, New Mexico State University
- MA in Rhetoric and Professional Communication, New Mexico State University
- BA in English Language and Literature, Al al-Bayt University