COURSES TAUGHT

  • Literary Criticism
  • World Literature
  • Drama
  • Shakespeare
  • Western Thought and Civilization
  • Colonial and Postcolonial Discourses

ACADEMIC RANKS

Rank University Country Date
Assistant Professor Arab Open University/ Jordan Jordan 2017
Assistant Professor Arab Open University Jordan 2017

QUALIFICATION

Degree Institute Specialization Country Date
Phd Indiana University of Pennsylvania December 2016
Masters Degree The University of Jordan English Literature June 2009
Bachelors Degree The University of Jordan English Language and Literature June 2006

WORK EXPERIENCE

Job Title Institute Country Time Period
Faculty Member Al-Zaytoonah University of Jordan October 2019 - September 2020
Faculty Member Arab Open University September 2017 - October 2019
Teaching Middlebury College /USA May 2015 - August 2015

RESEARCH INTERESTS

  • Postcolonial Literature, Arabic Literature, Ecocriticism, World System

RESEARCHES & PUBLICATIONS

CONFERENCES & WORKSHOPS

Conference Title Type of Participation Location Date
Category of Religion and the Secular in Islam Paper/Poster AND Participate in the organization of Conference May 2019
Rethinking Social development, Legal and Healthcare Services Participate in the organization of Conference July 2019
Edward Said's Orientalism: Forty Years After. Paper/Poster AND Participate in the organization of Conference December 2018
49th Annual NeMLA Convention. Culture, Imperialism, Capital: Edward Said and Marx Against the Grain Paper/Poster April 2018
Jerusalem in Modern World Literature Paper/Poster June 2017

CONSULTING & TRAINING COURSES

Title Location Date
ICDL the International Computer Driving License The UNESCO Office /Jordan/ Royal Scientific Association 2003

THESIS SUPERVISION

Title Location Date
COUNTERPOINT, EXILE AND LATE STYLE IN THE WORK OF EDWARD SAID, MAHMOUD DARWISH, AND NURUDDIN FARAH Indiana University of Pennsylvania 2016

AWARDS AND SCHOLARSHIP

Title Location Date
To encourage Sylff fellows to take initiatives that can change society for the better, the Sylff Association provides financial support for two categories of SLI activities: (1) social action projects and (2) the organization of a forum, conference, seminar, or workshop; such gatherings may be of either an academic or nonacademic nature, but academic meetings must address tangible social issues and aim to have real-world impact. An important consideration in screening applicants is whether or not the proposed project was initiated by the Sylff fellow. Past SLI activities are described in “Awardees & Reports.” (https://www.sylff.org/fellows/?p=SLI) Tokyo/ Japan 2018
The Outstanding Dissertation Award Indiana University of Pennsylvania 2017
Outstanding Research Indiana University of Pennsylvania/ USA 2011