Dr. Murad Hassan Sawalmeh

Education: Ph.D in English Language and Linguistics, University of Huddersfield, UK
Affiliation: Dhofar University, Oman
Field of Research: Translation, sociolinguistics, discourse analysis, genre analysis & applied linguistics
Address:
Department of Languages and Translation
College of Arts and Applied Sciences
Dhofar University
Salalah
Oman

Phone: +968-23234246
Email: msawalmeh@du.edu.om
Web: http://www.du.edu.om

Vita

Murad Sawalmeh earned his PhD in Linguistics from the University of Huddersfield, UK. Currently, he is an Assistant Professor of Linguistics and Translation at the Department of Languages and Translation, Dhofar University (Salalah, Oman). He has been teaching English for over thirteen years. During this period, he taught different linguistics and translation courses. Sawalmeh has written various research papers on sociolinguistics, discourse analysis, error analysis, as well as a textbook for Arabic speaking students, “English Grammar for all Levels” (2007). His areas of research interest include translation, sociolinguistics, discourse analysis, genre analysis and applied linguistics. Moreover, he participated in many conferences in the United Kingdom, Jordan, the United Arab Emirates, and Saudi Arabia.

Selected Publications

  • Sawalmeh, M. H., (2019). Reading between the lines: Rhetorical Structure and Sociocultural Analysis of Muslim and Christian Obituaries in Jordanian Newspapers, submitted to the International Journal of ArabicEnglish Studies. (Under Review)
  • Sawalmeh, M. H., (2018). Jordanian Wedding Invitation as a Genre: An Analysis of Rhetorical Structure and Linguistic Features, International Journal of Linguistics, Literature and Translation. 1 (1): 106-114
  • Sawalmeh, M. H., (2018). Death Notices as Communicative Events: an Analysis of Linguistic Features in Jordanian Newspapers, International Journal of Humanities and Social Development Research. 2 (2): 79-93
  • Sawalmeh, M. H., (2014). A Sociolinguistic Study of Muslim and Christian Wedding Invitation Genre in the Jordanian Society. Journal of Advances in linguistics. 5 (1): 448-462
  • Saad, A. M., & Sawalmeh, M. H., (2014). Error Analysis in Role-play Presentations among Less Proficient L2 Malaysian Learners. International Journal of English and Education. 3 (3): 346-355
  • Sawalmeh, M. H., (2013). Error Analysis of Written English Essays: The case of Students of the Preparatory Year Program in Saudi Arabia. Journal of English for specific purposes World. 40 (14): 1-17