Online Tutor, Creative Writing BA(Hons) (online)

Sabrin Hasbun is an Italian-Palestinian transnational writer. She has always had to mediate between two cultures and every day for her is a journey across borders. She studied literary theory at the University of Pisa, the Sorbonne University and Bath Spa University where she is now waiting for her Viva for a PhD in Creative Writing and History in collaboration with Exeter University and with AHRC funding support.

Her research focuses on using creative non-fiction and multilingual writing to explore histories of marginalised groups. She has created, organised, and facilitated events, workshops, and working groups to highlight and disseminate the importance of practice-based disciplines to negotiate complex identities. She has recently worked as a writer, editor, translator, and trainer for several institutions including the Holburne Museum in Bath, the Embassy of Palestine to the Holy See, and the international journal Transnational Literature. She has joined Falmouth University as an online tutor in September 2021. Sabrin is looking to publish her first book, the family memoir Wait for Her.

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Qualifications

Qualifications

Year Qualification Awarding body
2016 MA Travel and Nature Writing Bath Spa University
2014 MA European Literatures and Philologies Pisa University and Sorbonne University of Paris
2011 BA Modern Literatures Pisa University

Research Interests

Research interests and expertise

  • Collective writing
  • Multilingual writing
  • Transnational writing
  • Travel writing
  • Writer's positionality
  • Cultural studies
  • Post-colonial studies
  • Hybrid and multicultural identities
  • Literary theory
  • Food writing
  • History

Research Outputs

Externally funded research grants information

Collaborators Currency Funder HESA Category Project title Value Year ending Year starting
AHRC Wait for Her: A Family Memoir between Italy and Palestine. An Analysis of Literary Strategies to Negotiate Personal and Collective Transnational Identities. 2022 2017

Teaching

Areas of teaching

  • Collective Writing
  • Creative Non-Fiction
  • Life-Writing
  • Multilingual Writing
  • Society and Identity

Courses taught

  • Creative Writing, BA(Hons) (online)