Biography

Bilal Tawfiq Hamamra has published articles on Shakespeare, Webster and Thomas Heywood, Lady Lumley His research interests are in Early Modern Drama, Shakespeare and Women’s Writings. He is a presentist who uses an eclectic approach to analyse early modern literature from a Palestinian perspective. He has a PhD in Early Modern Drama from the University of Lancaster, UK and works currently as an assistant professor of English Literature at the Department of English Language and Literature, An-Najah National University, Nablus, Palestine.

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Education
Institution
Lancaster University
Country
United Kingdom
Degree
PhD
Faculty
Arts
Department
English and Creative Writing
Thesis
Silence, Speech and Gender in Early Modern Drama: A Presentist, Palestinian Perspective
Speciality
Sub speciality
Duration
2011 - 2016
Institution
Lancaster University
Country
United Kingdom
Degree
MSc
Faculty
Arts
Department
English and Creative Writing
Thesis
The Negotiation between Bodies and Spirits in Early Modern Tragedies
Speciality
Sub speciality
Duration
2010 - 2011
Institution
Country
Palestine
Degree
BSc
Faculty
Arts
Department
Department of English Language and Literature
Thesis
The Existential Conflict in Shakespeare's Hamlet
Speciality
Sub speciality
Duration
2003 - 2007
Institution
Martyr Fareed Ghannam Secondary Boys' School
Country
Palestine
Degree
High School
Faculty
Department
Thesis
Speciality
Sub speciality
Duration
2001 - 2002
Employment History
Country
Palestine
Institution
Hisham Hijjawi College of Technology
Position/Job Description
Teacher
Period
April 17, 2018 - April 17, 2018
Country
Palestine
Institution
An Najah National University
Position/Job Description
Lecturer
Period
April 17, 2018 - Until Now