Elham Taha Hussein, Ph.D

Associate Professor

Abu Dhabi Campus

+971 2 6133519



Ph.D. Modern Drama and Postcolonial Literature, Purdue University, USA

MA in Linguistics for the Teaching of English Language and Literature, Strathclyde University, The UK

BA in English Language and Literature, UAEU, UAE

Research Interests

Modern Theatre, Feminist studies, Postcolonial Literature. Teaching Literature and Memoirs 

Selected Publications

Hussein, E. & El-Emami, A.Challenges to Teaching English Literature at The University of

Hail: Instructors’ Perspective. Arab World English Journal, Vol. 7, No (4); 2016


Hussein, E. The Effectiveness of Using Blackboard in Improving the English Listening and Speaking Skills of Female Students at the University of Hail. Advances in Social Sciences Research Journal, Vol. 3, No 12; 2016



Hussein, E., Al Badawi, M, Muhaidat, F. The Relationship Between Naguib Mahfouz and

the Islamists: The Real, the Exaggerated and the Fabricated. English Language and Literature. Vol. 3, No. 4; 2013



Muhaidat, F. Neimneh, S., Hussein, E. King Lear on the Arabic Stage: Linguistic, Social and

Cultural Considerations. Theory and  Practice in Language Studies. Vol. 3, No. 2; 2013



Hussein, E. Drama. Introduction to Literature. Amman: Dar Al-Shorouk , (2011)

Teaching Courses

General and Literature Courses in English