Wajih Ayed holds an MA, a PhD, and a postdoctoral degree in Medieval English literature. He is an associate professor of English at the Faculty of Arts and Humanities, University of Sousse, Tunisia. He has taught graduate and undergraduate courses in English literature and literary theory in many higher education institutions in Tunisia. His research interests include the questions of identity, alienation, integration, and negotiation. He has written, presented, and published on the conditions of minority groups or subjects in (medieval) literature and culture. His current research projects focus on the study of late medieval and early modern narratives from the perspectives of postclassical narratologies.