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Mary Zubaida

Sector : Academic Figures , Instructors

Personal Info

  • Country of residence : Palestine
  • Gender : Female
  • Born in : 1958
  • Age : 58
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1974 : Senior Cambridge / Oak Grove School / Mussoorie / India.

1975 – 78: B.A. (Honors) English Literature, Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh, India. (Graduated in the first division)

1978 – 80: M.A. English Literature, Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh, India.

1995 (July / August): Attended summer school at Exeter College, Oxford University, UK, under the sponsorship of the British Council. Was awarded a certificate of excellence for the presentation of two papers, entitled Macbeth’s Motiveless Malignity: The ‘sweet discord’ in Shakespeare’s Craftsmanship and John Keats: His Art and His Personality.
Work experience:

1982 until the present (i.e. 2014): Instructor first in the English Department and then at the Language Center, at An-Najah National University, Nablus Palestine. Have taught a wide range of courses in language, writing and English Literature.

1991 – 92: Taught a language course to the trainees at a Women’s Development Institute in Nablus under the directorship of Ms. Sahar Khalifa.

1996 – 97: Taught English Language courses at the British Council in Nablus.

1998 – 2004: I was the coordinator of the Proficiency Exam committee at the English Department, and prepared and supervised the administration of said exam.


- Words Like Silver Fish: the Affective Component of Sound in Meaning. Published in English Teaching Forum: A Journal for the Teachers of English outside the United States. Vol. 33 No. 3. July 1995.

- Macbeth’s Motiveless Malignity: the ‘sweet discord’ in Shakespeare’s Craftsmanship. Published in Arab World English Journal (AWEJ). Special Issue on Literature No. 1. December 2013.

- An Appraisal of Keats: man and poet in Ode To A Nightingale. Published in International Journal of Humanities and Social Science. Vol. 4 No. 2. Special Issue. January 2014.

Note: All of the above journals are refereed, accredited, indexed and in print.


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