1. Introduction/But, seriously, What's this book About?2. The Educational Conceptual Perspective: Ethnic Identity, Literacy and Reader-Response Pedagogy3. Anglophone Arab Literature in Diaspora: Living on the Fringes of Culture4. The Theoretical and Methodological Framework: Postcolonial Theory, Double Consciousness and Study Design5. The Arab Diasporic Condition and the Representational in Selected Short Stories6. Double Consciousness: The Poetics and Politics of Being Canadian7. Implications and Conclusions
Wisam Kh. Abdul-Jabbar is Adjunct Professor at the University of Alberta, Canada. He holds a PhD in English Education from the University of Alberta, in addition to three master's degrees, in English (University of Baghdad, Iraq), Humanities (California State University, USA) and English Literature (Lakehead University, Canada). He did his SSHRC postdoctoral fellowship in the Werklund School of Education at the University of Calgary, Canada. His primary research interests are in curriculum theory, intercultural education and multicultural literature. His previous articles have appeared in journals by Cambridge University Press, Duke University Press, California University Press and Routledge.