Hala Ewaidat

NaProfileme:  Dr. Hala Ewaidat
Institution / University (required):      Mansoura University/Egypt. Dammam University, Saudi Arabia
Country of your Institution / Work (required):  Saudi Arabia
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Field / Major / Research Interest ( Limited to 8 areas)(required):  English literature, language , culture, eco-criticism , e-learning
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*I am an Assistant Professor of English Literature, Department of English, College of Education, Mansoura University, Egypt.
* PhD in English Literature and Culture, Faculty of Arts, Ain Shams University, Egypt, 1997. The title of the thesis: Deism and its Manifestations in the major works of : Shaftesbury, Pope, Dr. Jonson and Voltaire. A Cultural and Critical Approach
* A former Head of the Department of English, University of Dammam, College of Education in Jubail
*I have been teaching English language, Literature and Culture at Mansoura University and Dammam University in Saudi Arabia for 30 years.
* I taught English language courses till the advanced level at the AUC
{American University in Cairo}.
* I taught Arabic courses for non-Arabs. {Canadians in ISWAP in Egypt}
*Societies: I am a member of asle.UK , MLA, ACLA, Kassalt Saudi Arabia, TESOL Arabia.
Title of Thesis / Dissertation : Deism and its Manifestations in the major works of : Shaftesbury, Pope, Dr. Jonson and Voltaire. A Cultural and Critical Approach
Name of Adviser  : Prof. Fawzia Al Saddr, Vice Dean , Ain Shams University, Egypt
Titles of Publications (Include the links of your publications if they are available) : 1. The Nile and the Egyptian Revolutions: Ecology and Culture in Twentieth Century Arabic Poetry IJHSSE -International Journal of Humanities Social Sciences and Education Volume-2 Issue-5 Publication Date: 20 May, 2015 http://www.ijrhss.org/pdf/v2-i5/11.pdf 2. Differences in SL Learning Styles and Teaching Methods Dr. Roseline Nirmala Jesudas & Dr. Hala Ewaidat LANGUAGE IN INDIA Strength for Today and Bright Hope for Tomorrow Volume 13:3 March 2013 ISSN 1930-2940 This is the link for the paper 2013-03-29 www.languageinindia.com 3. Hamouda and the Arabic Literary Theory: A Critical Approach Author: H. Ewaidat PP: 41-49 INTERNATIONAL REVIEW OF SOCIAL SCIENCES AND HUMANITIES ISSN 2248–9010(Online), ISSN 2250–0715(Print) www.irssh.com Vol.5, No 2, July 2013 ‘EMERGENT CRITICAL ENVIRONMENTS: WHERE NEXT FOR ECOLOGY AND THE HUMANITIES?’ASLE UKI Conference 2011 The link for Dr Hala Ewaidat’s presentation http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3YBwQ4TQyxw