Iman Hammad

Iman Hammad
An-Najah National University · Department of English Language and Literature

Master of Arts/ English literature/ Drama/ G.B Shaw

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Introduction
I am Iman M. Hammad , a lecturer of English Literature at the Department of English Language and Literature, An-Najah National University, Nablus. I am also a poet and a short story writer . I write in English as well as Arabic and I published four books and five articles. My research interests include drama and gender studies.

Publications

Publications (8)
Book
مجموعة من قصص عن تجارب حقيقية إيجابية عشتها مع طلبتي خلال مسيرتي الأكاديمية
Book
A collection of short stories about six women who had their souls killed. Like Desdemona they were killed but their killers will never be punished because soul killers go unpunished.
Book
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Book
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I do not know who the authors of their dystopian tragedies are, but all that I know is that they lived all their lives cast in the shadows of suffering; however, isn’t there enough human dignity to defy institutionalized absurdity in a patriarchal society? Aren’t women worse than their executioners when they plead “helpless” in the court of their h...
Article
The poetry of T.S. Eliot is akin to a full term conception of spiritual faith that inevitably ushers in the birth of spiritual salvation after a long period of suffering and labour. This pattern is not perceived in one single poem or a specific collection of poems, but rather in the entire corpus of Eliot’s poetry. It is rendered tangible when we t...
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Since educators have puzzled over the best models suggested on the teaching of English literature to EFS, re-examining strategies of literature instruction becomes a necessity in this rapidly changing world. This requires developing a multi-faceted model, which neither focuses on language skills only nor does it use texts as capsules for a culture...

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Projects (3)
Project
to write about the problems of women in a patriarchal society
Project
It is a study of the image of the women in Conrad's novel Heart of Darkness and an attempt to account for their passivity and subsidiary roles. The paper uses Rene Girard's Mimetic theory to interpret the manipulation of women in imperializing the Congo.