Dr. Taleb Bilal Eli

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Educational Background:

  • PhD in English Language and Literature with an emphasis on Literary and Cultural Studies

Work Experience:

  • Dr. Taleb has taught a number of courses in both the UAE and Morocco. Among the courses he taught are: English Composition, Business English, Social Psychology, Introduction to Humanities, Core Life Skills and Happiness, Islamic Culture, Introduction to Human Sciences, Critical Thinking and Business Communication, Readings in Culture, and Cyber-culture and Globalization

Certifications and other info relevant to teaching and research:

  • Dr. Taleb is a published author. His most recent article is entitled: “The Anthropology of the Face Mask: Rethinking the History of Face Covering Controversies, Bans and COVID-19 Context”Taleb has participated in many local and international conferences. One of the recent talks he gave was entitled: “Preparing First Year Students for Jobs that don’t yet Exist, GARD 2019 Conference, organized by HCT Sharjah”
  • Dr. Taleb is a published author. His most recent article is entitled: “The Anthropology of the Face Mask: Rethinking the History of Face Covering Controversies, Bans and COVID-19 Context”
  • Publications

    • Eli, T. B. The Anthropology of the Face Mask: Rethinking the History of Face Covering Controversies, Bans and COVID-19 Context. Journal of Xi’an University of Architecture & Technology, XII(Iii), 4704–4712
    • Eli, T. B. Post-Independence African Literature and the Theme of disillusionment: Reflections on Achebe’s A Man of the People and Armah’s The Beautyful Ones Are Not Yet Born. . Journal of Xi’an University of Architecture & Technology, XII(VI), 544–557.
    • Bilal, T. (2016). THE ARAB SPRING: REMEMBERING IBN KHALDUN'S NOTION OF 'ASABIYAH', International Educational Scientific Research Journal ( IESRJ ), E-ISSN No : 2455-295X|Volume :2 | Issue : 7| July 2016. ISSN and Impact Factor Value: 3.606
    • Bilal, T. (2016). PROMOTING STUDENTS` AUTONOMY THROUGH MILADA BROUKAL`S STRATEGIES OF LEARNING: THE CASE OF ENGLISH 101 AND ENGLISH 102: 7, International Educational Scientific Research Journal ( IESRJ ), E-ISSN No : 2455-295X|Volume :2 | Issue : 8| August 2016. ISSN and Impact Factor Value : 3.606

       Books:

    •   Bilal, T. (2014). The Veil Beyond Western Prevailing Discourses.  Lambert Academic Publishing, Germany.
    •    Bilal, T. (2013). Disillusionment of the Masses in Post-independence Africa. Lambert Academic Publishing, Germany.
  • Conferences

     

    1. 2017, Speaker in a Conference, “29th Academic Conference”, 5th April, Rome, Italy

    2. 2015, Invited to give a talk in a Conference, “Do Freedoms Unite”, Istanbul, Turkey

    3. 2015, Invited to give a talk  in a Conference, “ Media and Popular Culture”, London, England

    4. 2013 A Speaker in a CJB Conference, Rabat, Morocco, 5th November, 2013

    5. 2013 A Speaker in a Conference on Ibn Khaldun, Istanbul, Turkey, 28-29th September, 2013

    6. 2012, Invited to participate in a Workshop“Sharia’s Project”, Leiden University, Netherlands

    7.2012, Invited to participate in a Conference, “Arab Women and Media”, York University, England

    8. 2011 A Speaker in a Study Day entitled: Women’s and Gender Studies from the Margin to the Center”, 19 May, Fes, Morocco in English

    9. 2011 A Speaker in a Conference entitled: Tribute to Edward Said: The Man and the Thinker”, 19 April, Meknes, Morocco in English

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