Lecturer in English Language & Literature
Contact & Office Hours
Monday, noon–1 p.m.
Wednesday, 2:30–3:30 p.m.
And by appointment.
Seelye Hall 307
Ph.D., University of Massachusetts Amherst
Fadia Hasan's doctoral research from the University of Massachusetts Amherst on international communication, global youth activism, new media technologies and social change led her to found The BGreen Project, an international nonprofit that was built to connect and mobilize global youth to collaborate in building new discourses on environmental action and sustainable social change. Currently, Hasan is working as the sole author on an internationally contracted book project titled "Participatory Action Research and the Environment: The BGreen Project in the U.S. and Bangladesh," which is an adaptation of her doctoral dissertation project.
Smith College's commitment to women-led academia draws Fadia to be part of this dynamic academic legacy that engages the voices of diverse communities with education to bring about sustained social change. Her goals as a teacher and researcher are aligned with a holistic approach that aims to connect seemingly disparate dots (people and communities) in an interdisciplinary and unique academic universe to produce a bigger, richer and more inclusive outcome.