Faculty of Arts and Humanities Publication List

International Peer Reviewed Journals
Khalil, R. & Fahim, S. (2016). Assessment as a Learning Tool in a Flipped English Language Classroom in Higher Education. Arab World English Journal. (publication notification received 7th Nov. 2016)
Fahim, S. & Khalil, R. (2016). Flipped Teaching and Learning in English Language Programmes in Higher  Education. Proceedings of INTED2016. ISBN 978-84-608- 5617-7 p. 5387- 5397.
Mohamad, M.  & Hussien, A. (2016). Perceived Risk and Behavioral Determinants of Using Internet Banking in Egypt. Journal of Behavioural Economics, Finance, Entrepreneurship, Accounting and Transport, Vol. 4, No. 3, 40-48.
Mohamad, M.  & Mohamed, A. (2016). Marketplace stigma: customers’ stigmatization of employees with hepatitis C virus. Journal of Management Development, Vol. 35 No. 10, 1-14.
Soliman, N. (2016). “Teaching English for Academic Purposes via the Flipped Learning Approach.” Procedia Elsevier Ltd- Social and Behavioral Sciences. SBSPRO28198 DOE: 10.1016/J.sbspro.2016.10.036.

Mohamad, M. & Metawie, M. (2015).  Store Environment, Personality Factors and Impulse Buying Behavior in Egypt: The Mediating Roles of Shop Enjoyment and Impulse Buying Tendencies.  Journal of Business and Management Sciences, Vol. 3, No. 2, 69-77. 
Othman, Ahlam. (2015). 'Diasporic Jewish Identity in Ali Badr's The Tobacco Keeper and Philip Roth's The Counter life: A Post-modern Approach'. Identity and Comparative Literary Studies, Cairo, Egypt. 
Fahim. Shadia & Khalil, Rania. (2015). Addressing Differentiation: Effective Classroom Teaching Strategies. JOLACE - Journal of Language and Cultural Education May 2015 Volume 3, Issue 2  ISSN 13394045 p. 200-221. 
Khalil, Rania. (2015). Redefining Irishness: Fragmentation or Intercultural Exchange. JOLACE - Journal of Language and Cultural Education September 2015 Volume 3, Issue 3 ISSN 13394045  p.162-174. 
Mohamad, M. & Badawy, S. (2015).  Perfectionism and Job Burnout: Does Religious Coping Moderate the Relationship?  International Journal of Business and Social Research, Volume 05, Issue 12, 1-14.
Khalil, Hend. (2015). Revisiting the Theatre of the Absurd in Christopher Durang’s For Whom the Southern Belle Tolls (1993) and Desire, Desire, Desire (1995). Arab World English Journal (AWEJ), Special Issue on Literature No. 3, p.138-152.

Rania.  (2014). Summative and Formative Assessment in English Language Teaching. 32nd CDELT Symposium – Conference Proceedings, Ain Shams University 3rd May, 2014. 
Khalil, Rania. (2014). An Integrated Skills Approach to Teaching Active Listening. IATEFL – Harrogate, UK Conference Selections p. 123-24. 
Soliman, Nagwa. (2014). "Using E-Learning to Develop EFL Students' Language Skills and Activate Their Language Independent Learning", Creative Education, 5, 752-757. Published Online in SciRes. http://www.scirp.org/journal/ce 
Soliman, Nagwa. (2014). "The Fatal Garment of Technology a Critical Analysis of E.M Forester's The Machine Stops" International Journal of Research (IJR), Vol-1, Issue-5, ISSN 2348-6848. 
Soliman, Nagwa. (2014). "Female Happiness in the Patriarchal Cage in Naguib Mahfouz's Cairo Triology, Middak Alley and Miramar". The Humanities Review, Volume 11, Issue 1, I Spring, St. John's University. 
Soliman, Nagwa. (2014).Marital Deadlock in Gustave Flaubert’s Madame Bovary and Ahdaf Souef’s In the Eye of the Sun. Research Academy of Social Sciences.

International Peer Reviewed Journals Khalil, Rania & Fahim, Shadia.  (2012). Making the Leap to Academic Honesty.  www.iceri2012.org

Khalil, Rania. (2011). “Prep Talk.” IATEFL Voices Issue 223 pp7.

Books & Book Chapters 
Fakhr, Nesreen. The Discourse of Persuasion: 10 Secrets for Success and Inner Peace, LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing, 2016 ISBN-13: 978-3659883101.
Gibriel, Mariam.  Exploring Vocabulary Strategies and Vocabulary Size: A Cross Sectional Study. Saarbrücken: LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing, 2016.
Mazloum, Sherine. “Women, Culture, and the January 2011 Egyptian Revolution,” chapter in Egyptian women, revolution, and protest culture, edited by Dalia Mostafa. London, Routledge, 2016. ISSN: 9781138668737.
Soliman, Nagwa. (2016). Mirrors of Our Double Selves. Lambert Academic Publishing. Omniscriptum GMBH & Co. KG. ISBN: 978-3-659-85632. 2015
Mazloum, Sherine. (2015). "Displaced’ Muslim Women In Monica Ali’s Brick Lane and Leila Aboulela’s Minaret". International Journal of Humanities and Cultural Studies. Volume 2 Issue 3 ISSN 2356-5926. 
Soliman, Nagwa. (2015). Blended Learning Essentials. Lambert Academic Publishing. Omniscriptum GMBH & Co. KG. ISBN 978-3-659-75903-1.   
Soliman, Nagwa. (2015).The Impact of Technology on Teaching Language and Literature.  Lambert Academic Publishing. Omniscriptum GMBH & Co. KG. ISBN 978-3-659-68036-6. 
Adel, Lubna. (2014). We Can Do It! A Feminist Stylistic Study of Female Frustration. Lambert Academic Publishing.
Salem. Rania. (2014). "The Representation of Homosexuality between Translation and Movie Adaptation in Mahfouz's Midaq Alley". Article in Naguib Mahfouz Periodical, The Supreme Council of Culture, Ministry of Culture, Egypt.
Elhadary, Hoda. (2014). Exile and Identity: An Interdisciplinary Approach. Scholar's Press.
El-Mansi, Zainab. (2014). 'Can the Raped Woman Speak?' Lap Lambert Academic Publishing.