PhD Dissertations in North America since 1987:
University Studies of Assia Djebar
Assia Djebar: Solitaire solidaire. Une etude de la lutte des algeriennes pour les libertes individuelles, dans l'oeuvre romanesque d'Assia Djebar, by Turk, Nada Osman, Ph.D., University of Colorado at Boulder, 1987.
Louky Bersianik, Jeanne Hyvrard et Assia Djebar prennent leur place de sujet dans la langue colonisatrice
by Grundmann, Erika Anna Elisabeth, M.A., University of Victoria (Canada), 1989.
The subversion of the culture of voyeurism in the works of Leila Sebbar and Assia Djebar: A socio-literary study, by Merini, Rafika, Ph.D., State University of New York at Binghamton, 1992.
Polyphonic and palimpsestic discourse in the works of Assia Djebar and Leila Sebbar
by Donadey, Anne, Ph.D., Northwestern University, 1993.
Parole plurielle, parole duelle. A study of polyphony in the most recent novels of Assia Djebar: "Fantasia, an Arabian Cavalcade", "A Sister for Scheherazade"; "Far from Madina", by Curry, Elizabeth Page, D.M.L., Middlebury College, 1994.
Parole plurielle, parole duelle. A study of polyphony in the most recent novels of Assia Djebar: "Fantasia, an Arabian Cavalcade", "A Sister for Scheherazade"; "Far from Madina" by Curry, Elizabeth Page, D.M.L., Middlebury College, 1994.
Sketches of fantasia: Voice and representation in francophone Maghrebian novels
by Gauch, Suzanne, Ph.D., State University of New York at Buffalo, 1996.
Functions of liminality in literature: A study of Georges Bataille's "Le Bleu du ciel", Julien Green's "L'Autre", and Assia Djebar's "L'Amour, la fantasia" by Taylor, Malynda Strother, Ph.D., Louisiana State University and Agricultural & Mechanical College, 1998.
Literary disinheritance: Home in writing in the work of Mahmoud Darwish and Assia Djebar, by Rahman, Najat, Ph.D., The University of Wisconsin - Madison, 1999.
Encounters with the other: Alterity, aesthetics, and politics in the works of Albert Camus and Assia Djebar, by Gallagher, Patricia Susan, Ph.D., Yale University, 2001.
Assia Djebar and "La Ville Blanche": Writing in and on the city, by Kuntz, Jane Theresa, Ph.D., University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 2002.
Feminine textualities of loss, mourning, and compensation: Locating the gendered postcolonial subject at "home" and in relation to the "nation": A study of five francophone novels by Simone Schwarz-Bart, Maryse Conde, Werewere Liking, Assia Djebar and Calixthe Beyala, by Rosser, Miriam Margaret, Ph.D., Columbia University, 2002.
Assia Djebar. Le corps invisible: Voir sans etre vue, by Rocca, Anna, Ph.D., Louisiana State University and Agricultural & Mechanical College, 2003.
Barbarology or a new theory of exile and identity. A study of exile, writing, and resistance in two Algerian novels: "Vaste est la Prison" by Assia Djebar and "Un Passager de l'Occident" by Nabile Fares
by Aitel, Fazia, Ph.D., City University of New York, 2004.
Claustration and vagabondage in the tetralogy of Assia Djebar, by Schipa, Mary E., Ph.D., Boston College, 2004.
Globalization and the female body: Media influences in Marie Redonnet, Maryse Conde, and Assia Djebar
by Leservot, Typhaine, Ph.D., The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 2004.
Cultural resistance in contemporary Maghrebi fiction: Mohammed Khair-Eddine and Assia Djebar's intersecting linguistic trajectories by Aadnani, Rachid, Ph.D., State University of New York at Binghamton, 2005.