Bassmah AlTaher is an English Instructor at the German Jordanian University, whose passion is teaching, researching, and reading. She has a PhD in English Literature from the University of Jordan. She is specialized in American Modern Literature and the Modern Novel. Her main interests in the field of research are Film and Literature, Post-colonialism, and African-American Literature.
Film and Literature, Post-colonialism, and African-American Literature
|2017||AlTaher, Bassmah,"Geling Yan's The Flowers of War: Bitterness and Sacrifice in Colonized China",Asian Journal of Women’s Studies,Vol.23. Issue 1,2017 [View]|
|2016||AlTaher, Bassmah,"A Modern Tragic Hero in Eugene O'Neill's The Hairy Ape",Arab World English Journal. Special Issue on Literature,No. 4,2016 [View]|
|2016||AlTaher, Bassmah,"Embracing Afrocentricity: African-American Agency in Toni Morrison's Beloved",in the Sixth International Conference on Linguistics, Literature, and Translation at Al-Zaytoonah University of Jordan,34 Pages,2016|
|2014||AlTaher, Bassmah,"Daniel Defoe and Luis Buñuel's Robinson Crusoe: Individuality in Film and Fiction",International Journal of Literature and Arts – Science Publishing Group,Volume 2, Issue 3, Pages: 65-68,2014 [View]|
|2013||Dr. Bassmah Al-Taher,"The English Course at GJU: Reflections",GJU Times Magazine,2013 [View]|
|2013||AlTaher, Bassmah,"The Importance of a Dystopian Hero in Sara Gruen’s Water for Elephants",International Journal for English Language and Translation Studies,2013 [View]|
|2012||AlTaher, Bassmah. ,"African-American Identity Against the Surge of Neo-Racism’s Hidden Threat in Two Selected Novels",European Scientific Journal,Vol.8, No.6,2012 [View]|
|2011||Dr. Bassmah Al-Taher,"The Obsession with Twilight in the Realm of Science Fiction and Reality",GJU Times Magazine,2011 [View]|
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