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Name : Hiba Amro

Academic Rank: Assistant Professor

Administrative Position : Faculty Academic Member

Office 6241       Ext No 6241

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Specialization: English Literature

Graduate Of: University of Jordan

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    University of Jordan
    University of Jordan
    University of Jordan


  • Journal Paper

      Hiba Amro, " “A Breakdown or a Breakthrough?: “Madness” in Charlotte Perkins Gilman’s ‘The Yellow Wallpaper,’ Doris Lessing’s ‘To Room Nineteen,’ and Khayriya Saqqaf’s ‘In a Contemporary House’” " , "International Journal of Language and Literature",Vol.V 6, N.2,No., American Research Institute for Policy Development, USA, 12/31/2018 Abstract:
      Abstract This paper looks into the lives of the female protagonists in Charlotte Perkins Gilman’s “The Yellow Wallpaper,” Doris Lessing’s “To Room Nineteen,” and Khairiya Saqqaf’s “In a Contemporary House” in an attempt to reach a better understanding of women's “madness.” To that end, this paper i Download

      Ula Al-Dabbagh, Hiba Amro, " Reconciliation or Alienation: The Representation of the Syrian Refugee Crisis in the Jordanian Print Media: Al-Ghad Newspaper as a Case Study " , "Theory and Practice in Language Studies",Vol.10,No., Academy Publications, London, UK , 05/01/2020 Abstract:
      Abstract—The influx of Syrian refugees to Jordan is considered one of the most serious social events that the country has witnessed in decades. The unprecedented flow of refugees that received extensive coverage by the Jordanian print media played an instrumental role in shaping the representation Download

      Hiba Amro, " Re-examining the Role of Women in Medieval Literature: Beowulf, Juliana, and Sir Gawain and the Green Knight as a Case Study " , " Forum for World Literature Studies",Vol.13,No., Knowledge Hub Publishing Company, China, 06/01/2021 Abstract:
      This paper revisits some of the stereotypical readings of women's depictions in medieval literature as presented in Beowulf, Cynewulf's Juliana, and Sir Gawain and the Green Knight in an attempt to provide a deeper understanding of these women's roles within the cultural and historical contexts of t Download
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