Amira Hedhili


Qualifications: Ph.D Manouba Faculty of Arts and Humanities Tunisia Modern and Postmodern American and British Literature Certificate University Assistant Teacher Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research Tunisia Agrégation Diploma Ecole Normale de Tunis Tunisia Agrégation cycle Ecole Normale de Tunis and Manouba Faculty of Arts Tunisia Preparatory Cycle The Preparatory Institute of Humanities and Languages Monflery Tunisia American and British Language and Literature


Amira Hedhili After finishing the preparatory cycle at Tunis Preparatory Institute of Humanities, Literature and Languages ,I studied English and American literature at Ecole Normale Superieur de Tunis and carried out a graduation memoir on” T.S. Eliot’s Aesthetics of Representation”. In 2011, I graduated from the Ecole Normale de Tunis as an agregeé teacher of English language and literature. I carried out a thesis dissertation entitled “Urban Flanery and the Aesthetics of the unpresentable in Modern/Postmodern English Literature “at Manouba Faculty of Humanities, Languages and Arts, Tunisia and obtained my PhD diploma with honors. Currently, I am teaching first and second year master’s and supervising a number of graduation projects for third year Business English and Translation students. I am also a member of the master committee and subject’s coordinator at Beja Higher Institute of Applied Languages - Tunisia.

Areas of Expertise

COM English

2014 Framing the Flow or Overflowing the Frame: Media Coverage and the Arab Spring (Edition Harmatan, Université Pascal Blaise France). 

2018 City walking as a Traumatic Experience in T.S Eliot’s City Poems (Cambridge Scholarly England). 

2019 The Flaneur as a Multifaceted Urban Construct (MDPI journals, Switzerland). 

2019 The Mirror as a Space of Erasure in John Barth’s Lost in the Funhouse (Washburn University, USA). 

2019 The City as a Space of Trauma: The City Spatial Dynamics and the Genesis of Urban Angst: Cambridge Scholarly. 

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