Ahmed H. Elshamy (Ph.D.)

Lecturer in English at the Department of English Language and Literature, the Faculty of Arts. Ph.D. from Cairo University, 2000, (Title: Baroque Features in the Poetry of Peter Porter: A Hermeneutic Approach); M.A from Cairo University, 1994, (Title: Inner Form in William Blake’s Epic Poetry); B.A. in English from Cairo University, 1988. Courses taught (postgraduate): Research Methodology in Translation Studies, non-literary translation; (undergraduate): English and American poetry, Reading & Listening Comprehension, Essay Writing, Research Methodology, Introduction to English Culture, and English as a Second Language in a variety of colleges and Faculty of Arts departments. Research interests relate to the interdisciplinary approaches to culture, literature and the visual arts; translation theories and practices; and material development for EFL teaching. Published translations in the fields of fiction and critical theory.