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2012The Aesthetics of Poetry in Praise of the ProphetShboul, Ahmad; Arabic and Islamic StudiesThe Aesthetics of Poetry in Praise of the Prophet in Praising The Prophet in Arabic Poetry and Song, Bissan, 2012, pp. 7-26
2008Al-Awda: the theme of return in contemporary Arabic literature: a case-study of Samira 'AzamHabib, Nejmeh; Arabic and Islamic StudiesAl-Awda: the theme of return in contemporary Arabic literature: a case-study of Samira 'Azam, Nebula: A Journal of Multidisciplinary Scholarship, vol.5, 1/2, 2008,pp 88-97
2004Ameen Rihani'S Humanist Vision Of Arab NationalismHajjar, Nijmeh; Arabic and Islamic StudiesAmeen Rihani'S Humanist Vision Of Arab Nationalism in Ameen Rihani: bridging East and West: A Pioneering Call for Arab-American Understanding, University Press of America, 2004, pp. 134-148
2012Ameen Rihani's Vision of Women Rights: Between the real and the imaginedHajjar, Nijmeh; Arabic and Islamic StudiesAmeen Rihani's Vision of Women Rights: Between the real and the imagined in Ameen Rihani and Arab Renewal: Challenges of Change in Literature, Thought and Society (Seminar Proceedings), CAUS, 2012, pp. 131-161
2005The Arab Poet and the City: Modenism and AlienationShboul, Ahmad; Arabic and Islamic StudiesThe Arab Poet and the City: Modenism and Alienation, Literature and Aesthetics, vol.15,(2),2005,pp 59-74
2008An Arab-American Intellectual Engaging East and WestHajjar, Nijmeh; Arabic and Islamic StudiesAn Arab-American Intellectual Engaging East and West, Aesthetics (was Literature & Aesthetics), vol.18, 2, 2008,pp 120-137
2011Between patriotism and nationalism Ameen Rihani's vision for Lebanon and SyriaHajjar, Nijmeh; Arabic and Islamic StudiesBetween patriotism and nationalism Ameen Rihani's vision for Lebanon and Syria in The Origins of Syrian Nationhood: Histories, pioneers and identity, Routledge (Taylor & Francis), 2011, pp. 163-189
2005Between Rhetoric and Reality: Islam and Politics in the Arab WorldShboul, Ahmad; Arabic and Islamic StudiesBetween Rhetoric and Reality: Islam and Politics in the Arab World in Islam in World Politics, Routledge Journals, Taylor & Francis Group, 2005, pp. 170-191
2007Between the Private and the Public in Literature and Film: Gendered Space in Naguib Mahfouz' Cairo TrilogyHajjar, Nijmeh; Arabic and Islamic StudiesBetween the Private and the Public in Literature and Film: Gendered Space in Naguib Mahfouz' Cairo Trilogy, Literature and Aesthetics, vol.17,(1),2007,pp 151-172
2016Body politics and legitimacy: towards a feminist epistemology of the Egyptian revolutionSorbera, Lucia; Arabic and Islamic StudiesBody politics and legitimacy: towards a feminist epistemology of the Egyptian revolution, Global Discourse, vol.6, 3, 2016,pp 493-512
2004Byzantium and the Arabs: the Image of the Byzantines as Mirrored in Arabic Literature'Shboul, Ahmad; Arabic and Islamic StudiesByzantium and the Arabs: the Image of the Byzantines as Mirrored in Arabic Literature' in Arab-Byzantine Relations in Early Islamic Times, Ashgate, 2004, pp. 235-260
2014Challenges of thinking feminism and revolution in Egypt between 2011 and 2014Sorbera, Lucia; Arabic and Islamic StudiesChallenges of thinking feminism and revolution in Egypt between 2011 and 2014, Postcolonial Studies, vol.17, 1, 2014,pp 63-75
2013Context Sensitivity and Language Specificity of Arabic Verb-Preposition Structure: The Case of English Learners of ArabicAldahesh, Ali; Arabic and Islamic StudiesContext Sensitivity and Language Specificity of Arabic Verb-Preposition Structure: The Case of English Learners of Arabic, International Journal of Linguistics, vol.5, 3, 2013,pp 177-197
2012Contrastive Analysis Approach: Its Origin, Types and BenefitsAldahesh, Ali; Arabic and Islamic StudiesContrastive Analysis Approach: Its Origin, Types and Benefits, Revitalization of Arabic as Principle of Civilization: Future of Arabic language in the era of Globalization between hope and hopelessness, vol.Jilid 5, 2012, pp. 1-14
2006Different Journeys: Place, Self and Imagination in the Classical Arabic Poetic TraditionShboul, Ahmad; Arabic and Islamic StudiesDifferent Journeys: Place, Self and Imagination in the Classical Arabic Poetic Tradition, Literature and Aesthetics, vol.16,(2),2006,pp 8-24
2015Dogmatic Aspects of Disagreement among Translators of the Qur'anAldahesh, Ali; Arabic and Islamic StudiesDogmatic Aspects of Disagreement among Translators of the Qur'an, Al-Mustansiriya Journal of Arts, vol.71, N/A, 2015,pp 263-294
2007Dynamics of Fear and Hope, and the Resistance Against Patriarchal Power: Quest for Freedom in Hanan al-Shaykh's Story of ZahraHajjar, Nijmeh; Arabic and Islamic StudiesDynamics of Fear and Hope, and the Resistance Against Patriarchal Power: Quest for Freedom in Hanan al-Shaykh's Story of Zahra, Literature and Aesthetics, vol.17,(2),2007,pp 67-90
2013Early Reflections of an Historian on Feminism in Egypt in Time of RevolutionSorbera, Lucia; Arabic and Islamic StudiesEarly Reflections of an Historian on Feminism in Egypt in Time of Revolution, Genesis: Rivista della Societa Italiana delle Storiche, vol.XII, 1, 2013,pp 13-42
2011English Structures in Modern Standard ArabicAldahesh, Ali; Arabic and Islamic StudiesEnglish Structures in Modern Standard Arabic, The Role of Arabic Language in The Development of Civilization, vol.1, 2011, pp. 365-401
2012A Feminist Reading of Juhan: Rihani's Avant-Garde Vision of Arab And Muslim FeminismHajjar, Nijmeh; Arabic and Islamic StudiesA Feminist Reading of Juhan: Rihani's Avant-Garde Vision of Arab And Muslim Feminism, Ameen Rihani's Arab-American Legacy: From Romanticism to Postmodernism, vol.N/A, 2012, pp. 77-116