Chamutal Noimann

Assistant Professor
English Department


Office: N-751-P

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Phone: Ext. 5173

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Professor Chamutal Noiman is a widely published scholar and researcher in the areas of Young Adult, Victorian, Children's and Nineteenth-century English literature, as well as European Literature and Film.

She is also known for her expertise in the areas of Writing Across the Curriculum; English Education; Games in Education & Games Studies; Language and Literacy; Genre and Influence in Poetry and Popular Culture, and Community Colleges.

In addition her expertise extends to the areas of Men in Early Childhood, Fatherhood, Gender Studies and Adolescence.

Currently, Professor Noiman is in the process of creating a Children & Youth Studies Associate of Art degree program at BMCC. This program will offer an interdisciplinary perspective on children; from birth to adolescence, through a curriculum with courses in Anthropology, Education, English, Ethnic Studies, Health Education, Human Services, Psychology and Sociology. Graduates of the program will transfer to Brooklyn College/CUNY, where they will enter the bachelor of art's program in Children and Youth Studies.


Young Adult Literature, Writing Across the Curriculum, Victorian Literature, Popular Culture, Nineteenth-century English literature, Men in Early Childhood, Literacy, Language and Literacy, Genre and Influence in Poetry and Popular Culture, Gender studes, Games in Education & Games Studies, Game Theory, Fatherhood , European Literature and Film, English Education, Community Colleges, Children's Literature, Children's & Young Adult Literature, Adolescence

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