Wafaa Kamal Isaac Shehata, PhD
Assistant Professor in English Language & Literature, English Department, Faculty of Al-Alsun (Languages), Minia University, Egypt.
Ph.D. degree in English Literature (First-class Honours)
Master degree in English Literature, Faculty of Languages, Minia University
B.A. in English language, Faculty of Languages, Minia University
2015 – Present) Assistant Professor at the Faculty of Languages, Minia University- Egypt.
2014 Lecturer at the Faculty of Languages, Minia University- Egypt.
• Teaching the Undergraduate and Postgraduate schemes of study, including lecturing, workshops, seminars, and supervision as directed by the Head of the Department.
• Monitoring and evaluating students’ progress and achievement.
• Ability to plan course outlines, lessons, and assessments.
• Responsible for undertaking appropriate administration associated with undergraduate and postgraduate courses.
• Undertaking other administrative duties as directed by the Head of the Department.
• Attending departmental and sub-departmental meetings, as appropriate, and participating in research seminars.
• Maintaining the quality of provision by the appropriate observance of the requirements in respect of curriculum design, assessment procedures, student feedback, record-keeping, etc.
Isaac, K. Wafaa. “African-American’s Identity Dilemma in McKay’s and Hughes’ Poetry.” International Social Sciences and Humanities Berlin Conference “Book of Abstracts,” Berlin, May 2019, pp. 57.
Isaac, K. Wafaa. “McKay’s Home to Harlem and Hughes’ Not Without Laughter.” Journal of Fikr Wa Ibda, No. 95, Book – Bourse Publisher, 2015, pp. 201–227.