Biography

Dr. Nabil Alawi is an associate professor of American literature and translation. He holds a Ph.D. degree in American literature of the 19th century from the University of Tennessee at Knoxville. He teaches American studies,  American and English literature and literary theory for senior and junior students and translation between Arabic and English for graduate students. Dr. Alawi has a special interest in modern and contemporary Palestinian literature.

Dr. Alawi is an active researcher; he published papers in the domains of literature, translation, social work, and a book on language communication

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Education
Institution
University of Tennessee at Knoxville
Country
United States of America
Degree
PhD
Faculty
Humanities
Department
English Language and Literature
Thesis
Emily Dickinson and Confessional Poetry
Speciality
American Literature
Sub speciality
19th century American Literature
Duration
1986 - 1986
Institution
SUNY Buffalo
Country
United States of America
Degree
MSc
Faculty
Humanities
Department
English Literature
Thesis
Eliot and the metaphysical poetry
Speciality
Modern American Literature
Sub speciality
modern poetry
Duration
1980 - 1982
Employment History
Country
Palestine
Institution
Ramallah Directorate of Education
Position/Job Description
A teacher of English as a Foreign Language
Period
Sept. 1, 1978 - Sept. 1, 1981
Country
Palestine
Institution
An-Najah National University
Position/Job Description
Teaching American Literature
Period
Oct. 1, 1982 - May 10, 2016
Publications
Courses
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