AbdulSalam Mohamed Al Namer, Ph.D

Assistant Professor

Al Ain Campus

+971 3 7024909

abdulsalam.alnamer@aau.ac.ae

Education

Ph.D. Modern American Literature (Drama & Novel). Department of English, University of Wales, Bangor, U.K. (1995)

M. Phil. Modern American Literature. Dept. of American Studies, Faculty of Arts, Victoria University of Manchester, U.K. (1988)

B.A. in English Language & Literature. English Dept., Aleppo University, Syria (1980)

Research Interests

Modern American & English Literature; Translation

Selected Publications

  • Alnamer, A.S. M. (2020). THE SIGNIFICANCE OF THE IMAGES OF LIGHT, DARKNESS AND THE MOTH IN TENNESSEE WILLIAMS' A STREETCAR NAMED DESIRE. Humanities and Social Sciences Reviews. 8(3), 1405-1414.
  • Alnamer, A. S. M., Altakhaineh, A. R. M., & Alnamer, S. A. S. (2019). On the appreciation of English punny jokes by Arabic-speaking EFL learners. The Asian Journal of Applied Linguistics6(1), 54-67.
  • Alnamer, A. S. M., & Alnamer, S. A. S. (2018). The Use of Loanwords in Emirati Arabic According to Speakers’ Gender, Educational Level, and Age. International Journal of Applied Linguistics and English Literature7(4), 158-176.
  • Alnamer, A. S. M. (2009). Translation Encyclopaedia: Your Indispensible Guide to Arabic-English Translation. (1st ed., Vol. 1). Aleppo, Syria: Dar Al-Furkan for Languages. 

Teaching Courses

Introduction to Literature, Survey of American Literature, Survey of English Literature, Survey of Eng/American Literature, Major British/American Author, Teaching Literature, Children’s Literature, Listening and speaking Skills, Writing I, Writing II, Advanced Writing, Advanced Grammar, TOEFL Courses, English I & II, Literature II, Short Stories, Poetry, Drama, Reading Skills, Grammar I, Translation Project, Arabic/English Translation, Eng/Arabic Translation, Western Life & Thought, Translation Theory & Practice, Advanced Communication Translation, Simultaneous Interpreting, Study of Vocabulary, Semantics, Seminar in English Language Teaching, and Teaching & Learning Strategies, Composition, Modern Literary Criticism.