Rachid M'Rabty

Rachid M'Rabty

Rachid M’Rabty is a writer and researcher from Manchester, UK. Rachid studied modern and contemporary literature at Leeds Beckett University before completing a PhD at Manchester Metropolitan University.

Rachid's PhD thesis, "Nihilism, Self-Destruction and the (Im)possibility of Escape", written in alignment with the Manchester Centre for Gothic Studies, explored themes and representations of self-destruction in contemporary 'transgressive' fictions. He has also previously taught in HE in areas including American literature and culture, contemporary fiction, Gothic studies, and critical theory, and served as co-editor for The Dark Arts Journal.

Rachid's previous published writing and research activities have focused on violence, nihilism, horror and the Gothic, as well as Marxist and Post-Marxist critical theory in contemporary literature, TV and film. When not pursuing these interests, Rachid works in higher education student wellbeing and support.

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