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Mr Khaled A. Al-Anbar BA, MA

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Currently a Visiting Scholar at the University of Cambridge and Vice-President of the Graduate Section at the British Association for Middle Eastern Studies (BRISMES), Mr. Khaled A. Al-Anbar is a Postgraduate Research Student within Modern Languages at the University of Southampton.

Khaled holds BA and MA in English Linguistics from the University of Jordan. Prior to starting his graduate studies, Khaled worked as a lecturer in a number of Jordanian higher-education institutions including the University of Jordan (UJ), Al-Ahliyya Amman University (AAU), the Applied Science University (ASU) and the Consortium for Global Education (CGE).

At Southampton, Khaled teaches and leads seminars to second and third year undergraduate students, with a focus on the Arab World, analysing media discourse, and the role of religion in political life within the Middle East. Khaled also reviews academic articles for Emergence (the University of Southampton’s Humanities Graduate School Research Journal) and works as a Learning Support Assistant as part of Southampton’s Enabling Services team.

Research interests

Currently a Visiting Scholar at the University of Cambridge and Vice-President of the Graduate Section at the British Association for Middle Eastern Studies (BRISMES), Mr. Khaled A. Al-Anbar is a Postgraduate Research Student within Modern Languages at the University of Southampton.

Khaled holds BA and MA in English Linguistics from the University of Jordan. Prior to starting his graduate studies, Khaled worked as a lecturer in a number of Jordanian higher-education institutions including the University of Jordan (UJ), Al-Ahliyya Amman University (AAU), the Applied Science University (ASU) and the Consortium for Global Education (CGE).

At Southampton, Khaled teaches and leads seminars to second and third year undergraduate students, with a focus on the Arab World, analysing media discourse, and the role of religion in political life within the Middle East. Khaled also reviews academic articles for Emergence (the University of Southampton’s Humanities Graduate School Research Journal) and works as a Learning Support Assistant as part of Southampton’s Enabling Services team.

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Journal Articles

  • Al-Anbar, K. (forthcoming) Through the Prism of Critical Discourse Analysis: Islam and Muslims in the Political Discourses of British Prime Minister David Cameron. In Suleiman, Y. and Anderson, P. (eds.) Muslims in the UK and Europe.
  • Al-Anbar, K. (2015) Jordanian Learners’ Acquisition of English Nominal-Phrase Premodification. Dirasat, Human and Social Sciences, Volume 42, No. 2, pp. 579-591.

 

Book Reviews

  • Al-Anbar, K. (in print) Review for ‘Discursive Strategies and Political Hegemony’ by Kucukali, C., Journal of Language and Politics.
  • Al-Anbar, K. (2017) Review for ‘Religion in the Media: A Linguistic Analysis’ by Al-Azami, S. Journal of Language and Discrimination, Vol. (1), Issue (1), pp. 119-126.
  • Al-Anbar K. (2016) Review for ‘Developments in English: Expanding Electronic Evidence’ by Taavitsainen, I., Kytö, M., Claridge, C., Smith, J. Language in Society (Cambridge University Press), Vol. (45), Issue (2), pp. 319-322. 


 

Conference Papers

  • Al-Anbar, K. (2017) Muslims in the UK and Europe (MUKE) Annual Conference. University of Cambridge, 12-13 May, 2017.
  • Al-Anbar, K. (2017) 62nd British Association for America Studies (BAAS) Annual Conference. Canterbury Christ Church University, 6-8 April 2017.
  • Al-Anbar, K. (2016) 8th Biennial Inter-Varietal Applied Corpus Studies (IVACS) Conference. Bath Spa University, 16-17 June, 2016.
  • Al-Anbar, K. (2016) 3rd European Conference in International Studies (Organized by: European International Studies Association - EISA). University of Tübingen (Germany), 6-8 April 2016.
  • Al-Anbar, K. (2016) 3rd Annual Conference of the British Association for Islamic Studies (BRAIS). Senate House: University of London. 11-12 April 2016. 

  • Al-Anbar, K. (2015) Middle Eastern Studies Network (MESnet) Academic Conference. Institute of Arab and Islamic Studies: University of Exeter, 31 Oct – 1 Nov 2015. 

  • Al-Anbar, K. (2015) Twentieth Century Studies Postgraduate Symposium.   University of Southampton, 13th June 2015.

 

Talks

  • Al-Anbar, K. (2016) Critical Theory and Critical Discourse Analysis: Insights into Data and Analysis. Presented at the Centre for Linguistics, Language Education & Acquisition Research (CLLEAR) PGR Seminar Group Meeting, 13th November, University of Southampton: UK.
  • Al-Anbar, K. (2015) King Abdullah II’s International Discourses: A Critical Analysis, University of Southampton, 22nd June 2015.
  • Al-Anbar, K. (2015) Political Discourse Analysis: Three Current Approaches. Presented at the CDA Reading Group, University of Southampton, 24th April 2015.
  • Al-Anbar, K. (2015) The Discourse Historical Approach and Analysing Discriminatory Discourse. Presented at the CDA Reading Group, University of Southampton, 27th March 2015.
  • Al-Anbar, K. (2015) On the Understanding of Critical Discourse Analysis: Aims, Trends and Criticism. Presented at the CDA Reading Group, University of Southampton, 30th January 2015.
  • Al-Anbar, K. (2014) Based on Claire Kramsch’s work: (Critical) Discourse Analysis in foreign language studies in an age of Multilingualism. Presented at the Centre for Global Englishes Seminar Session, University of Southampton, 29th October 2014.

2015 – present

I currently teach, lead seminars and contribute to Module UOSM 2024: ‘The Arab World (in and) Beyond the Headlines’.

I am thoroughly enjoying studying, researching and working at one of the leading departments for Modern Languages and Linguistics in the UK.

Investing a huge amount of thought and energy to ensure offering the highest learning quality, and being home to some of the most creative minds and active researchers in the field, Modern Languages and Linguistics will remain a genuine exemplar of intellectual stimulation and multicultural education.

Mr Khaled A. Al-Anbar
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