Bekhal B. K. joined Knowledge University in November 2019. She is currently an assistant lecturer and coordinator at the department of English. She gained her M.A in English Literature in 2015.
– Department of English/ KNU (Nov. 2019 – Present )
– Department of English / KNU (Sept. 2020)
Member of QA
– Quality Assurance Unit (Sept. 2020)
Member of the examination committee (2019-2020)
My research focuses on the works of the sibling authors, The Brontёs, with a very special interest in the issues of women and the way of their living as well as cultural background of the time the three sisters lived. My current research explores post colonialism and novels with the theme of otherness.
-Kareem, B.B. (2017). A Political Analysis of A Man of the People by Chinua Achebe. International journal of social sciences, 2, 59-64. -Kareem B. (2019) The Representation of Marital Abuse in the Brontës’ Literary Writings: A Feminist Approach. Zanco Journal of Humanity Science. 23(4):261 -270. -Kareem, B.B. (2018) Postcolonial Subjectivity in “Down Second Avenue” and “Women of Algeirs in Their Apartment”. Qalaai Zanist Journal. 3.(3): 611-617 -Kareem, B.B. (2019) Otherness in Aphra Behn’s Oronooko: A Postcolonial Theory. Journal of Arts, Literature, Humanities and Social Sciences. (43) 591-602
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