|Occupation||Associate Professor and Author|
Abir Hamdar is an Associate Professor and lecturer in the School of Modern Languages and Cultures at Durham University.
Education[edit | edit source]
- PhD in Languages and Cultures of the Near and Middle East (School of Oriental and African Studies, SOAS of London)
- MA in English Literature ,American University of Beirut
Publications[edit | edit source]
book[edit | edit source]
- “The Female Suffering Body: Illness and Disability in Modern Arabic Literature , Syracuse” , New York , Syracuse University Press , 2014.
Articles[edit | edit source]
- Between Representation and Reality: Disabled Bodies in Arabic Literature. (Roundtable). International Journal of Middle East Studies 2019
- Staging Silence: Arab Women's Cancer Experience. Studies in Theatre and Performance, 2019
- The Syrian Corpse: The Politics of Dignity in Visual and Media representations of the Syrian Revolution. Journal for Cultural Research, 2018
- “We are all Hizbullah now” narrating the Party of God. Journal for Cultural Research, 2014
- The Colour of Scrambled Eggs: A Dramatic Monologue. Medical Humanities, 2012
- Female Physical Illness and Disability in Arab Women's Writing. Feminist Theory: Special Issue on Arab Feminisms, 2010
- Jihad of Words: Gender and Contemporary Karbala Narratives. Yearbook of English Studies 2009
- The Gender Sensitive Fact File: Profiles of the Arab League Countries. Al-Raida, 2003
- Marriage, Madness and Murder in Alia Mamdouh's Mothballs and Salwa Bakr's The Golden Chariot. Al-Raida, 2001
- Women Centers in Jordan. Al-Raida , 2000
Her visions towards Karbala[edit | edit source]
In one of her journal articles “ We are all Hizbullah now, narrating the Party of God”, Abir Hamdar dedicated a part towards Karbala in terms of Hizbullah. She explained that the tragedy of Karbala, from start to the end, has a great impact on people who follow Hizbullah.
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