College of Languages

Academic Staff

Name : Aveen Sarkawt Ahmed Sami
Scientific Title : Assistant Lecturer
Certificate : Master
Field : الادب الانكليزي
Speciality : الرواية

Code : A0309

Courses

Code C0264 Units 3 Hours 3

Course Overview :

All Third-year American Novel courses share the following features:

•              Students are presumed to be proficient in the writing of critical essays on literary subjects.

•              Students are required to read in the course subject area beyond the texts assigned by the instructor or discussed in class.

•              Students are required to incorporate into their oral and written coursework secondary source materials. These may include autobiographical or biographical material; literary criticism or theory; unassigned texts by the author under study; relevant cultural or intellectual history; or other arts, such as music, film, or fine arts.

•              Readings and topics will vary with each instructor’s presentation of a course; however, all course materials are consistent with the objectives/outcomes for this course.

         In English 2319, students will examine a selection of American novels from the 20th and 21st centuries onward, in order to trace the features and stages of the British novel as an evolving genre within its historical and social contexts



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Code C0270 Units 4 Hours 2

Course Overview :

This course begins with a seemingly simple question: why do people read and study literature? It’s a question at the heart of English Departments today, yet it often goes unasked in the classroom. This course will keep it front and center as we survey how a wide range of critics, scholars, and artists have grappled with the uses of literature over the last hundred years. We will read from key essays of literary criticism and theory since the end of the nineteenth century, as well as some poems and plays from the period that have repeatedly turned up as test cases of new approaches to reading literature. Our goal is to understand what people thought about literature in the past so that we can articulate why we read it seriously now. This class will be organized around a series of recurring sub-questions that fall under our title: What is “literature,” anyway? What counts as “studying” it? What makes literature good or bad? Should we only study the good stuff? What makes literature different than or similar to other arts: painting, film, television, music, etc.? What is the relationship between an author and her work of art? Why do readers respond to literature in such different ways? Each week we will read exceptional essays of literary and cultural criticism that in some way try to answer one or more of the above questions. We will place the essays in intellectual and historical context, analyze them as rhetorical constructions, and assess their implications for the study of literature. Critical readings will be paired with short primary works throughout the semester.

  • One of the goals of the class is to analyze and discuss the works in their respective socio-historical contexts, with a special focus on the theme of encounter, be it textual or cultural. The impact of various factors (class, race, gender, generation, religion, and so forth) will be taken into consideration in our discussions. The students’ critical engagement with the assigned works of literature will be further enhanced by the historical and literary background provided by lectures and secondary sources.

No prior knowledge of or familiarity with the pertinent languages is required. All reading materials will be provided in English translation. 



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Code C0271 Units 6 Hours 3

Course Overview :

  • Students are presumed to be proficient in the writing of critical essays on literary subjects.
  • Students are required to read in the course subject area beyond the texts assigned by the instructor or discussed in class.
  • Students are required to incorporate into their oral and written coursework secondary source materials. These may include autobiographical or biographical material; literary criticism or theory; unassigned texts by the author under study; relevant cultural or intellectual history; or other arts, such as music, film, or fine arts.

Readings and topics will vary with each instructor’s presentation of a course; however, all course materials are consistent with the objectives/outcomes for this course



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Code C0717 Units 3 Hours 3

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Teacher's Portfolio (Quality Assurance) 2021 - 2022

Bachelor Teaching

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Higher Studies Teaching

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Higher Studies Supervision

العدد: 3
اسم البحث الجامعة الكلية القسم المستوى بداية المباشرة تاريخ الانتهاء مرفقات
the role of parents in khaled hossein a thousand نوروز اللغات اللغة الانكليزية Bachelor Oct. 4, 2021 April 6, 2022
marital crisis in a thousand splendid suns نوروز اللغات اللغة الانكليزية Bachelor Oct. 4, 2021 April 6, 2022
love in eflif shafak forty rules of love نوروز اللغات اللغة الانكليزية Bachelor Oct. 4, 2021 April 6, 2022

Higher Studies Discussion

العدد: 9
اسم مرشح الدراسات العليا الجامعة الكلية القسم المستوى تاريخ المناقشة مرفقات
هیفی نجیب-گلستان بشیر نوروز اللغات انگلیزی Bachelor April 25, 2022
اریان انور-ازا سمیر نوروز اللغات انگلیزی Bachelor April 25, 2022
لولان هفال-سفین دلوفان نوروز اللغات انگلیزی Bachelor April 25, 2022
ریفینک ازاد-جاسم شیفان نوروز اللغات انگلیزی Bachelor April 25, 2022
مروا عزالدین-ولا عیماد نوروز اللغات انگلیزی Bachelor April 25, 2022
لوزان عثمان - کفین عیسا نوروز اللغات انگلیزی Bachelor April 25, 2022
سارا مهند-نینوی داود نوروز اللغات انگلیزی Bachelor April 25, 2022
طیبە بهاالدین-میرنا نادر نوروز اللغات انگلیزی Bachelor April 25, 2022
رند صالح-خناف حسین نوروز اللغات انگلیزی Bachelor April 25, 2022

Committee Membership

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Post

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Published Researches

العدد: 1
اسم البحث اسم المجلة النوع جهة النشر مرفقات
home belonging and the politics of belonging in mohsin hamid the relctant fundamentalist humanities jurnal of university of zakho Native

Thanks and Appreciation

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Accepted Researches in Conferences

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Membership In The Editorial Boards of Academic Journals

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Research Evaluation

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Patent

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Books

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Seminar Presentation

العدد: 1
اسم الحلقة المكان التاريخ مرفقات
Carl Jung's Collective Unconsciousness قاعە کردستان Dec. 12, 2021

Seminar Attendance

العدد: 10
اسم الحلقة اسم المحاضر الموقع التاريخ مرفقات
The Tones of English and Arabic د.قصي احمد قاعە کردستان Nov. 16, 2021
The Morphological Definition of Parts of Speech (POS) نوهرا دنخا رين قاعە کردستان Oct. 12, 2021
Registering Student's Attendance on Moodle د.عمر الحبیب قاعە کردستان Nov. 20, 2021
Contemporary Issues in Translation and Interpretation احمد عبدالله صالح و محمد نافع صدیق قاعە کردستان Dec. 21, 2021
The concept of death in to athlete dying young and anthem for doomed youth گوڤەند دیار قاعە کردستان Oct. 25, 2021
The Therapeutic Property of Poetry افین مجید عبدالرحمن قاعە کردستان Feb. 20, 2022
davinshi yan davinchi احمد عبداللە صالح کللیة اللغات March 9, 2022
does kurdish need another letter? احمد عبداللە صالح کللیة اللغات March 27, 2022
the chorus between greek and modern drama فهد ولید کللة اللغات April 11, 2022
رولێن تێکستێن فولکلوری د پێشڤەبرنا درامایێ دا عبدالرحمن عبد الغفور کللیة اللغات March 27, 2022

Conference And Symposium Attendance

العدد: 3
النوع اسم الحلقة الموقع التاريخ مرفقات
Symposium Contemporary Issues in Translation and Interpretation هولا نوروز Dec. 21, 2021
Symposium innovation in language education and translation قاعە نوروز March 29, 2022
Symposium رولێ فولوکلوری د پێشڤەبرنا قاعە نوروز March 27, 2022

Workshops and Training Courses

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Published Articles

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Press Interviews

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Theses Evaluation

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My Scores

Academic Year CAD Student Feedback
Score Grade Score Grade
2021 - 2022 46 A* 3.84 A
2020 - 2021 40 A 3.30 A
2019 - 2020 36 A - -
2018 - 2019 55 A* 4.29 A
2017 - 2018 - - - -
2016 - 2017 - - - -


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