Mohammed Saleh Ali AlmahfaliResearcher
Research areas and keywords
UKÄ subject classification
- Languages and Literature
- Culture, Literature, Middle East, Political transformation, Social transformation, Human Rights Knowledge
Mohammed Almahfali is working with the research project ”Research and Public Policy-making in the Arab World Program” (RAPP) which include a number of activities. One of them is creating an annotated bibliography about human rights in Arabic world that show the development of the human rights movement in the Arab world and preparing an analytical summary of the bibliography in the Arabic language with an English translation. In addition to this project, his current research projects focus on culture and literature and their relation to the political and social transformations in the Middle East.
Mohammed has a Ph.D from Cairo University and was assistant professor in Arabic literature in Hadhramout University, Yemen. He has published two books entitled The Employment of Narrative in the Modern Arabic Poetry, and The Textual Transformation in The Modern Arabic Novels.
Mohammed has published many research papers and articles in journals, magazines, and newspapers in Yemen, Oman, Egypt, Bahrain, Jordan, Algeria and England about language, literature and culture. He has also written in many newspapers and websites about Yemen and the Arabic world.
Recent research outputs
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article