الدكتور مفيد فالح الحسين العبدالله
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الدكتور مفيد فالح الحسين العبدالله


أستاذ مشارك

كلية الآداب  

ملخّص السيرة الذاتيّة

نبذة مختصرة

الدكتور مفيد فالح الحسين العبدالله

Graduation date

University

 

Specialization

 

 

Degree

 

1981

Indiana University, Bloomington, USA

English and American Literature

PhD

1980

Indiana University, Bloomington, USA

English and American Literature

MA

1974

Kuwait University

English and American Literature

BA

التعليم

الدرجات العلميّة

Ph. D English & American Literature

Indiana University, Bloomington - USA

 

MA  English & American Literature

Indiana University, Bloomington - USA

 

BA English language & literature

Kuwait University, Kuwait

الخبرات

الخبرات الأكاديميّة والعلميّة

 

Sept. 2004 – 2017                 Associate professor

Dept. of Languages and translation

College of Arts and Applied Sciences,

Dhofar university,

Salalah, Oman

Sept. 2009 – 2011                   Chair of the Dept. of Languages and translation

Sept. 2005- Sept. 2009           Assistant Dean,

College of Arts and Applied Sciences,

Dhofar university,

Salalah, Oman

Sept. 2004 – Sept.  2005         Interim Coordinator,

College of Arts and Applied Sciences,

Dhofar university,

Salalah, Oman

Sept. 2001 – Sept. 2004          Dean of University Faculty

Delmon Academy, Bahrain

Sept. 1998 - Sept. 2001          Dean of Arts and Science,

Irbid National University, Jordan

Sept. 1991- Sept. 1994           Chairman,

Department of English Language & Literature,

Yarmouk University, Jordan,

 

Sept. 1989- Sept. 1998           Associate Professor,

Department of English Language & Literature,

Yarmouk University, Jordan,

Sept. 1995 - Sept. 1996          Associate Professor (sabbatical),

Department of English Language and Literature,

Jordan University for Women,

Sept. 1988 – Sept. 1989          Associate Professor (sabbatical),

Department of English Language & Literature,

Mu’tah University, Jordan,

Feb. 1982 - Sept. 1988            Assistant Professor,

Department of English Language & Literature,

Yarmouk University, Jordan,

 

 

الأبحاث

الإنتاج العلمي

Publications

  1. IArticles

Al Abdullah, M.  (2021).Characters and characterization in John Lyly’s Endymion: The Man in the Moone, International Journal of English Literature and Social Sciences (IJELS).  (Forthcoming)                 Thomson Reuters ResearcherID

Al Abdullah, M.  (2021). Objective Time and Subjective Time in the Plot of Death of a Salesman: A Cognitive Neuropsychological Approach, Jerash for Research and Studies. (Forthcoming)                                                                 ElSevier

Al Abdullah, M.  (2021). Prose in Shakespeare’s Julius Caesar as a Medium for Class Distinction, Jordan Journal of Modern Languages and Literatures, 13, 1, 57-74.                                                                                                      SCOPUS Q2

Al Abdullah, M.  (2020). Shakespeare’s Revionist Historiography of the Crusades and Crusading in Shakespeare, Jerash for Research and Studies, 21, 2, 725-74.                                                                                                                      ElSevier

Al Abdullah, M. (2020). Conceptual Metaphors of Time in the Sonnets of Shakespeare: A Cognitive Linguistic Approach. English Language and Literature Studies, 10, 2.                                                                ERA                                                                                                                         

Al Abdullah, M.  (2020).The Ambivalent Alliance of Caesar and Caesarians in Plutarch’s Lives and Shakespeare’s Julius Caesar, International Journal of Language and Literature , 8, 1, 1-15.                                                                EBSCO

Al Abdullah, M.  (2020). Mental Time Travel in Shakespeare’s Sonnets: Aesthetic Art in Neuropsychological Perspectives. English Language and Literature Studies, 10, 1.                                                                                       ERA                                                                                                                                                                                                                      

Al Abdullah, M.  (2020). The Dialectics of Dehumanization in Shakespeare’s Julius Caesar: A Sociopsychological Approach, Jordan Journal of Modern Languages and Literature, 12, 1, 79-101.                                  SCOPUS Q2

Al Abdullah, M. (2019). Shakespeare's Archetypal Pattern of social Change in Saroyan's The Time of Your Life. Revista de Estudios Norteamericano, 23, 23-44.                                                                                                                                      SCOPUS Q3

Al Abdullah, M.  (2016). Rhythms of the chorus and choral odes in Oedipus Rex. IJIR, 2, 5.

Al Abdullah, M.  (2014). “Teaching rhythm and rhythmical structures in literature classes. Presented at the First Dhofar University National English Language Conference, organized by the Languages and Translation Department and Foundation Program Unit, Dhofar University, Salalah, Sultanate of Oman.

Al Abdullah, M. and Ramadan, S. (2012). Shakespeare’s language strategies in Hamlet. Journal of Literature and Art Studies, USA.

Al Abdullah, M. (2010). Language and the tragedy of the alien: A study of Othello's   failure in discourse, MICFL, Malaysia,.

Al Abdullah, M. (2009). Traversing the artistic dramaturgy of Shakespeare to probe the natural drama of life. Malaysian International Conference on Languages, Literatures and Cultures (MICOLLAC,).

 Al Abdullah, M. (2007). Morgue of the misbegotten: O'Neill's pattern of salvation in The Iceman Cometh. European Journal of American Studies. URL: http://ejas.revues.org/document 1166.html

Al Abdullah, M. and Mustapha Tajdin. (2005). The metamorphosis of Hamlet in Jabra Ibrahim Jabra’s translation, Terjemahan dan Pengglobalan Ilmu: Translation and Globalization of Knowledge, ed. Dr. Abdullah Hassan and Dr. Low Kok On( Kuala Lumpur: PTS Professional,.

Al Abdullah, M. (1998). Marlovian turkophobia:  A study of the role and image of the Turks in Tamburlaine The Great.”  Damascus University Journal, 14.2.

Odeh, A, & Al-Abdullah, M. (1997). The characteristics of students’ scores distribution highlighted by grading and scoring system at Yarmouk University. ” Bulletin of the Faculty of Education, Qatar University. 13.

 Al Abdullah, M. (1997). “The enchanted island in light of Dryden's critical canon:  A study of the Davenant Dryden adaptation of Shakespeare's The Tempest." Damascus University Journal. 13.1.

Al Abdullah, M. (1994). "The interchange of splendor:  A contextual study of the allegory in John Lyly's  Endimion."  Mu'tah Journal for Research and Studies. 9.4.

Al Abdullah, M. (1994). "The alliance of power and beauty in Marlowe's Tamburlaine the Great." Mu'tah Journal for Research and Studies. 9.4.

Al Abdullah, M. "The Divine Psychiatrist in the Cocktail Party.”   Arab Journal for The Humanities.9.36 (Autumn, 1989).

Al Abdullah, M. (1989). "Behold the Shavian Tempest: The Prospero archetype in Shaw's Heartbreak House."  The Journal of the College of Arts, King Saud University.  1.1 & 2.

Al Abdullah, M. (1989) "The prosperal solution:  A study of Shakespeare's vision of social change in The Tempest."  The Arab Journal for the Humanities. 9.33.

Al Abdullah, M. (1988). "The treatment of the Turks in Shakespeare." International Journal of Islamic and Arabic Studies. 

Al Abdullah, M. (1988). "Allusions to Muhammad in Shakespeare."  Damascus University Journal. 13.

Al Abdullah, M. (1987) “Arabic theatre and the problem of clientele."  Alam Al-Fikr.  17.4.

Al Abdullah, M. (1987) "Shakespeare's treatment of the Moor in Othello:  An oriental perspective.” International Journal of Islamic and Arabic Studies. 4.2.

Al Abdullah, M. (1987). "The barryesque physipsychotheraphy and individual reformation in Hotel Universe."  The Journal of the Faculty of Arts.  3.

Al Abdullah, M. (1986). "The enchanted island: A thematic study." Arab Journal for the Humanities.  6.24, pp314-22.

  1. Books:
  2. Al Abdullah, M., M. (1986).  The dictionary of Jordanian theater. Yarmouk University
  3. Al Abdullah, M., M. (1986, 1987, 1988). The documents of Jordanian theater. Vols. I, II, III.Yarmouk University Press.
  4. Al Abdullah, M., M. (1985).  The search for a theater ( in Arabic). Jordan: Dar Al Nasher.

المؤتمرات

المؤتمرات العلميّة / المحليّة والإقليميّة والدوليّة

Conferences

 

  • Al Abdullah, M. (2014). Teaching rhythm and rhythmical structures in literature classes. Presented at the First Dhofar University National English Language Conference (DUNELC 2014), organized by the Languages and Translation Department and Foundation Program Unit, Dhofar University, Salalah, Sultanate of Oman, 22nd - 24th  February 2014.
  • The Malaysia International Conference on Language, Literature, and Culture (MICOLLAC), Putra University, Malaysia, 22-24 may 2007.Presented a paper entitled, "O'Neill's Parody of Shakespeare's Utopia."
  • 1st World Congress on The Power of Language:Theory, Practice, and Development,22 – 25 May 2006, Bangkok, Thailand. I presented a paper entitled, "Shakespeare's  Language Strategies in Hamlet."
  • The 10th international Conference on Translation 2-5 August 2005. Presented a paper a co-authored with Mutapha Tajdin entitled "the Metamorphosis of Hamlet in The Translation of Jabra Ibrahim Jabra." The paper was published in the proceedings of the conference.
  • "Strategic Choices for Education Reform," a workshop for six weeks sponsored by World Bank Institute, Washington, 12-30 June 2000.
  • Cross-Cultural Encounters in the Mediterranean, Third Annual Conference at The American University in Cairo, 13 - 15 May 1997.  Presented a paper entitled "The Internationalism of Shakespeare"
  • The 7th Cairo International Festival for Experimental Theatre, 31 Aug. - 12 Sept. 1995.  Presented a paper entitled "The Shakespearean Concept of the Human Body in Hamlet"
  • Chaired and participated in The First International Conference on Literature, Linguistics, and Translation held at Yarmouk University, 4 - 7 April, 1994.
  • Participated in The Intellectual Symposium held on the periphery of Cairo International Festival of Experimental Theatre.  I presented a paper on "Modernism and the Theatre,” August 1994
  • Participated in the American Theatre Program, sponsored by United States Information Agency (USIA), 19 March - 13 April 1990
  • Participated in the workshop on "Children Theatre," 30th May - 1st June 1989, sponsored by The Queen Alia Jordan Social Welfare Fund, Amman, Jordan; presented a paper entitled "The Phenomenon of Drama"
  • 5th - 10th Feb. 1989; and presented a paper entitled "Davenant and Dryden on Shakespeare's The Tempest"
  • Participated in the 25th Congress of The Australian Universities Language and Literature Association (AULLA), held at Macquarie University, Sidney,
  • Attended the Fourth Annual Conference on English, American, and Comparative Literature, Yarmouk University, Nov. 1988; and presented a paper entitled "Oriental Themes in Shakespeare"
  • Represented Jordan in "The Intellectual Symposium" held during The Damascus VIIIth Theatre Festival, Nov. 1986
  • Attended the Second Annual Conference on English, American and Comparative Literature, Yarmouk University, Oct. 1986
  • Arabic Theater Symposium, Kuwait, Oct. 1986.  Presented a paper entitled, “Arabic Theatre and the Problems of Clientship”
  • International Conference of "Popular Rhythms,” Tunisia, July 1985.  Presented a paper entitled, "Rhythm in The Arts," and chaired a session.
  • The Second National Cultural Conference, Jordan University, Oct. 1985, discussant (the drama session)
  • Literature, Yarmouk University, Oct. 1985.  Presented a paper entitled "The Enchanted Island:  A Cultural Approach"
  • The First National Cultural Conference, Jordan University, Nov. 1984.   Presented a paper entitled, "Al-Fawanis Adaptation of Hamlet"

الجدول الدراسي

الجدول الدراسي والساعات المكتبيّة

مساقاتي الالكترونية على التعليم الالكتروني

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المساق: المسرحية/شكسبير وعصر النهضة - مدمج
وفقًا لمتطلبات القسم الإلزامي ، تغطي هذه المادة وتقارن مسرحيات شكسبير ومعاصريه ، سواء فيما يتعلق بالمسارح أو الجماهير التي نظموها وشاهدوها ، والمجتمعات والعمليات الاجتماعية التي مثلوها. من المتوقع أن تعرّف الدورة الطلاب بالطرق المتغيرة لصور العالم الإليزابيثي وجاكوبيان. سيتم تضمين العمليات الاجتماعية العامة مثل المغازلة والزواج والموت والحداد ، وغيرها من العمليات الأكثر تحديدا مثل صنع السحرة.

المساق: المسرحية البريطانية والامريكية الحديثة - مدمج
وفقًا لمتطلبات القسم الإلزامي ، تركز هذه المادة على تطور الدراما الحديثة في بريطانيا وأمريكا. أهم الاتجاهات ستكون الدراسات مع التركيز على الكتاب المسرحيين المعاصرين. ستمثل المسرحيات المشمولة في هذه المادة بعضًا من الكتاب المسرحيين البريطانيين الرئيسيين من أوسكار وايلد من خلال برنارد شو إلى هارولد بينتر وبعض كبار المسرحيين الأمريكيين من يوجين أونيل إلى آرثر ميلر وتينيسي ويليامز. سيقوم الطلاب بقراءة المسرحيات المختارة وكتابة مقالات نقدية عن الأعمال ويفضل أن يكون ذلك بمثابة رؤية جديدة وبحوث مكثفة حول النصوص النقدية ذات الصلة.

المساق: دراسات معمقة في الادب الانجليزي - غير محدد
يهدف المساق إلى إشراك الطلاب في القراءة المتأنية والتحليل النقدي للأدب البريطاني. ومن خلال القراءة الدقيقة للنصوص المختارة، يمكن للطلاب تعميق فهمهم للطرق التي يستخدم فيها الكتاب اللغة لتقديم كل معنى والمتعة لقرائهم، وأثناء قراءة الطلبة يجب عليهم النظر في بنية العمل، وأسلوبه، ومواضيعه، وكذلك على نطاق أضيق في استخدام اللغة المجازية والصور و الرمزية.

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