Asmaa Alduhaim

Asmaa Alduhaim
Gulf University for Science and Technology (Kuwait) · English Department

PhD in Modern Languages & Translation Studies

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Introduction
Asmaa Alduhaim has a Ph.D. in Modern Languages and Translation Studies from the University of Birmingham. Alduhaim is an active researcher in the field of Translation and Interpreting Studies. She has several collaborations with educational institutes interested in Translation Studies, to whom she developed a Translation curriculums or Translation workshops. In addition, Alduhaim is also a member of several translation communities in the world.
Additional affiliations
September 2020 - present
Gulf University for Science and Technology (Kuwait)
Position
  • Lecturer
August 2019 - August 2020
American International University , Kuwait
Position
  • Professor (Assistant)
July 2013 - September 2020
UNESCO
Position
  • A translator
Education
September 2013 - March 2018
University of Birmingham
Field of study
  • Modern Languages -Translation Studies
September 2009 - July 2011
University of Salford
Field of study
  • English/Arabic Translation with Interpreting

Publications

Publications (9)
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This lecture discusses various challenges facing translators when they translate the Holly Qur'an to English.
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This article is devoted to examine political discourse, in particular features of political speeches in English and Arabic Language. Political speeches are often shaped in a specific cultural and social context, using various linguistic features to persuade the public of the speaker’s goals. The study has two aims: firstly, it intends to highlight...
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Few years ago, the geographical area of the Arab region witnessed a significant change, where many countries protested against the regime, demanding political reform. Among the very various names, which was used to refer to this movement was the ‘Facebook Revolution' and the ‘Youth Revolution,' but perhaps the most popular and commonly used is the...
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This article is dedicated to the analyse the most salient linguistic and extra-linguistic features of Algaddafi's and Mubarak's speeches during the Arab Spring. It will start with an overview of the Arab Spring events to provide a context within which the speeches were delivered. Followed by the suggested analytical framework to analyse the data, w...
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This presentation discusses the importance of ideology, and whether it influence the way translators process the text.
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This presentation presents the different ways Algaddafi was interpreted in the news during the Arab Spring. It embarks with a multimodal analysis, followed by a CDA analysis.
Conference Paper
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Modern Languages. In the contemporary globalized world, where translation plays a key role in creating a transcultural understanding, various events are broadcast through different media crossing all borders all over the globe. This research is focused on Mummar Algaddafi's and Hosni Mubarak's speeches. The first part is a comparative study of the...
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This is a basic presentation of a suggested model of analysis, MTA, which combines three theories: CDA, multimodality and narrative.

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