Ms. Hanaa Ibrahim Anany
Assistant Lecturer
308, Blgd D

Hanaa Anany is currently a registered PhD candidate at Helwan University from where she obtained her M.A. Her research focuses on translation, specifically, Machine Translation.

Ms. Anany worked from September 2013 to December 2013 as a part time English language instructor at the Arab Academy for Science, Technology and Maritime. Before that, she worked as a full time English Language and Scientific Method instructor at the German University in Cairo (GUC).

She has joined the British University of Egypt (BUE) as a full time Assistant Lecturer in September 2015. She was also a part time English language instructor at the English Department of the British University of Egypt (BUE) from December 2012 to August 2015. Ms. Anany joined the Centre for Community and Consulting Services (CCCS) of the British University of Egypt (BUE) in February 2014 as a part time English language instructor.

Education

Ms. Hanaa Anany gained her Master of Arts in Linguistics and Translation from Helwan University in 2015. She acquired her B.A. Degree in English Language and Literature from Ain Shams University in 2005. This is in addition to her completion of a Teacher Training Program (TEFL) from the English Studies Division, School of Continuing Education, American University of Cairo.

Research Interests

The main research interests are Linguistics and Translation. The focus of her research is on the comparative evaluation of translated texts (English – Arabic and vice versa) from a cognitive, linguistic and functional perspectives.

Modules
Introduction to Syntactic Structure, Advanced Writing and Advanced. Introduction to Syntactic Structure, Advanced Writing and Advanced.
Responsibilities
Ms. Anany’s main responsibilities are to teach and supervise students. This is in addition to offering academic help during office hours and monitoring students’ attendance. Furthermore, her responsibilities include giving feedback to the module leader on the delivery and marking of assignments.