Khawla A. BENDJEMIL holds an MA degree in English literature from the University of Jordan.
She is now an assistant lecturer (class A) of English Literature in the department of Letters and English at the University of May 8th, 1945, Guelma, Algeria. She spent a year teaching Arabic for college students at Southern Illinois University of Edwardsville as a Fulbright visiting scholar for the academic year 2015-2016. She also took graduate classes of TESL, Creative Writing, Literary theory, Modern Literary Criticism, Black Diasporic Feminisms and Studies in Women, Language and Literature.
Introduction to Literature, British Literary Texts, Oral Expression, Phonetics, and Study Skills for first year students,
Oral Expression, and Written Expression for second year students,
Third World Literature for third year students,
British literature and Algerian Literature for Master I
Contemporary literature for Master II
My research interests focus on literary theories and contemporary world literature and I am currently working on a PhD dissertation on the convergence between postcolonialism and ecocriticism.
Member of a CNEPRU (PNR) project: Teachers’ and Students’ Attitudes towards Culture in the Faculty of Letters and Languages at Guelma University: The Implications on the Teaching and Learning Process (2015-2018)
Collaboration and network
Honor and distinction