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Curriculum Vita

Marwan M. Obeidat

Department of English Language and Literature

College of Arts

The Hashemite University

P.O. Box 150459

Zarqa 13115

Jordan

Telefax: (+962 6) 5510173

E-mail: obeidat@hu.edu.jo

marwanobeidat@hotmail.com
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Personal Data

  • Date of Birth:

June 14,1956

  • Place of Birth:

Irbid, Jordan

  • Nationality:

Jordanian

  • Material Status:

Married

  • Number of

Children:

Four

Education

- Ph.D., American Literature/ Studies, Indiana University,

Bloomington, USA, 1985

- M.A., American Literature, Indiana University, Bloomington, 1984

- M.A., English Literature, Warwick University, England, 1981

- B.A., English Language and Literature, University of Jordan, 1979


Teaching and Academic Positions

  • The Hashemite University, Full Professor

  • Western Michigan University, Visiting Scholar, Spring 2007 & Fall 2008

  • Tafila Technical University, on Sabbatical, Full Professor, 2006 - 2008

  • Oklahoma University, Visiting Scholar, Summer 2005

  • Northern Illinois University, Fulbright Scholar, Summer 2002

  • The Hashemite University, Full Professor, 2003 – Present

  • The Hashemite University, Associate Professor, 2000-2003

  • The University of Qatar, Associate Professor, 1998 - 2000

  • United Arab Emirates University, Associate Professor, 1992 -1998

  • Yarmouk University, Associate Professor, 1991-1992

  • Yarmouk University, Assistant Professor, 1986-1991

  • Yarmouk University, Full-Time Lecturer, 1981-1982

  • Indiana University, Teaching Assistant, 1984-1985

Teaching Areas



  • Primary: American Literature/ American Studies

  • Secondary: The Critical Theory and British Literature

Courses Taught



  • Lower-division: Introduction to Literature, Introduction to Fiction, Introduction to Poetry, Introduction to Drama, Survey of British and American Literature, Prose and Poetry, Drama and the Essay, Basic Skills of English, the Critical Theory, Introduction to Western Thought, and Introduction to the Novel




  • Upper-division: Nineteenth-Century American Literature,

Twentieth-Century American Literature, Seminar in Literature, The Novel, Major Writer, The Modern Short Story, Critical Reading and Writing, Literary Criticism, Twentieth-Century British and American Drama, The Research Paper, Advanced Writing, and Introduction to American Culture


  • Graduate: Twentieth-Century American Fiction, Structuralism and Post-Structuralism, Research Methodology

Membership in Professional Organizations



  • Member of the Organization of American Historians (USA)

  • Member of the American Studies Association (USA)

  • Member of the Asian Studies Society of New York University (USA)

  • Member of the Middle East Studies Association (USA)

  • Member of the Indiana University Alumni Association (USA)

  • Member of the American Studies Center of the Salzburg Seminar (Austria)

  • Member of the Society of Friends of Research at Jordanian Universities (Jordan)

  • Member of the Faculties of Arts of the Arab-World Universities Association (Jordan)

  • First Vice President of the Association of Professors of English and Translation at Arab Universities (APETAU, Jordan)

  • Member of the Qatar National Research Fund (QNRF)

Editorial Service and Reviewing for Regional and International Academic Journals



  • The International Journal of Communication (India), 2010-

  • Language Forum: A Journal of Language and Literature (India), 2010-

  • The Jordanian Journal of Modern Languages and Literature (Jordan) 2010-

  • The International Journal of Academic Research (Azerbaijan), 2008-2009

  • Scientific Journals International: Literature, Language and Linguistics (USA), 2007-

  • The Journal of American History (USA), 1990-

  • Connections: American History and Culture in an International Perspective (USA) ), 1990-

  • American Studies International (USA), 1992-2005

  • Faculties of Arts Society Journal (Jordan), 2002-2005

  • Abhath al-Yarmouk: Literature and Linguistics Series (Jordan), 1988-1991

Publications


I. Books

American Literature and Orientalism. (Berlin: Klaus Schwartz Verlag GmbH, 1998).

II. Book Chapters

Obeidat, Marwan M. "American Literature in the Arab World: The Challenges and Changes." In American Studies at the Millennium: Ethnicity, Culture &Literature, ed. Lena M. Koski (Turku, Finland: University of Turku Press, 2001): 147-156.
III. Articles
Obeidat, Marwan M. "Anglo-American Literary Sources on the Muslim Orient: The Roots and the Reiterations." The Journal of American Studies of Turkey, no.13 (2001): 47-72. (Bilkent University, Turkey).
________."Arabic and the West." The Muslim World LXXXVIII, no. 2 (1998): 185-196. (USA).
________."Beyond American Borders: the Middle East and the Enigma of Anti-American Sentiments in the Aftermath of 9/11." American Studies Today, no. 18 (2009):14-21. (Liverpool John Moores University, England).

________. et. al. “Bridges or Walls? A Study of

the Hashemite University English Department

Undergraduate Students' Responses to Anglo-



American Literature and Culture.” Teaching American Literature: A Journal of Theory and Practice. (Summer, 2011, 3:2) (USA).
________. et. al. “Carter Woodson and Frantz Fanon: Radical Educators and Humanists.” Submitted for Publication.
________. "The Cultural Context of American Literature: A Barrier or a Bridge to Understanding?" The Journal of American Studies of Turkey, no. 4 (1996):37-44. (Bilkent University, Turkey).
________. et. al. “Cultures in Contact: How Education and Cultural Studies Help Obliterate Unnecessary Perpetuation of Cross–Cultural Misunderstanding between the USA and the Arab World." Studies in Language and Literature 3, no.1 (August, 2011): 23-29. (Canada).
________. "Donne and Jonson: Towards a Comparison of the Verse Epistles." Faculty of Arts Journal, no. 15 (1993): 16-36. (Sana'a University, Yemen).
________. et. al. "The English Department in the Arab World Re-Visited: Language, Literature, or Translation? A Student's View." College Student Journal 43, no. 4 (December, 2009):961-978. (USA).
________. "Evil Is the Nature of Mankind: The Enigma of Sin and Guilt in Four of Nathaniel Hawthorne's Short Stories." Abhath al-Yarmouk 14, no. 1 (1996): 41-66. (Jordan)
________. et. al. " Fitzgerald's The Great Gatsby between the Film and the Novel.” Studies in Language and Literature 3, no.1 (August, 2011): 61-63. (Canada).
________. et. al. " Found in Translation: Glowing Expressions of Class, Wealth, Bourgeois and Aristocracy in Jordanian Shop Signs." Submitted for Publication.
________. "George Henry Miles's Mohammed: America's First Play on the Arabian Prophet." Islamic Quarterly 35, no. 4 (1991):254-262. (England).
________. et. al. “How American Literature Professors Teach Edgar Allan Poe’s “The Fall of the House of Usher” to Undergraduate English Majors at Arab Universities: The Hashemite University/ Jordan as an Example.” Submitted for Publication.
________. "'I Would Prefer Not To': Negative Language and the Negative Character in Herman Melville's 'Bartleby, the Scrivener'." Journal of American Studies 29, no. 2 (1997): 581- 604. (Korea).
________. "The Image of Islam in Whittier's Poetry." The International Journal of Islamic and Arabic Studies 1, no. 2 (1984): 31-40. (USA).
________. "Initiation and Redemption in William Faulkner's The Reivers, with Particular Relevance to Lucius Priest." Abhath al-Yarmouk 10, no. 1 (1992): 9-20. (Jordan).
________. "The Innocent Eye: "Mark Twain's Perceptions of the Muslim Orient as a Traveler." Islamic Studies 29, no. 2 (1990): 195-201. (Pakistan).
________. "In Search of the Orient: The Muslim East on the Contemporary American Literary Scene." The International Journal of Islamic and Arabic Studies 3, no. 1 (1986): 43-49. (USA).
________. "John Ross Brown: An Example of Nineteenth-Century American Residential Orientalism." al-Fikr al-Arabi 51, no. 1 (1988): 199-206. (In Arabic). (Lebanon).
________. "Language vs. Literature in Departments of English in the Arab World." The English Teaching Forum 35, no. 1 (1997): 30-37. (USA).
________. "Laurie Devine's The Nile: An Example of American Literary Neo-Orientalism." Hamdard Islamicus 26, no. 3 (1993): 147-152. (Pakistan).
_______. "Levantine and Arabian Travels: European and American Experiences in the 19th Century." (Part I). The International Journal of Arabic–English Studies 4 (2003): 65-84. (The University of Jordan, Amman).
______."Levantine and Arabian Travels: European and American Experiences in the 20th Century." (Part II). The International Journal of Arabic–English Studies 5 (2004): 93-127. (The University of Jordan, Amman).
________. et. al. "Lexicalized Names and Nouns in Jordanian Arabic: A Sociolinguistic and Translational View." The Journal of Literature, Language and Linguistics 3, no. 1, 2009 (USA).
______. et. al. "Lost in Translation: Shop Signs in Jordan." META 53, no.3 (2008):717-728. (Canada).
________. "Lured by the Exotic Levant: The Muslim East to the American Traveler of the Nineteenth Century." Islamic Quarterly 31, no. 3 (1987): 168-93. (England).
________. "Men without Women: Nathaniel Hawthorne's Fictional Couples and the Problem of Matrimonial Separation." The Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences 13, no. 2 (1997): 1-27. (UAE).
_______. "The Muslim Orient on the American Literary Scene: A Bibliographical Note." American Studies International XXVI, no. 2 (1988): 25-36. (USA).
________. "Names and Naming: The Symbolic and Thematic Significance of Names in Three Modern American Short Stories." al-Balqa: Amman University Journal 2, no. 2 (1994): 11-34. (Jordan).
________. "Observations in the East: A Bibliography of American Travel Accounts of the Muslim Near Orient before 1900." Der Islam 68, no. 1 (1991): 115-126. (Germany).
________. "On Non-Native Grounds: the Place of American Literature in the English Curriculum of Arab World Universities." American Studies International XXXIV, no.1 (1996):18-29. (USA).
________. "The Problem of Reverend Gail Hightower: Sacrifice and Communal Consciousness in William Faulkner's Light in August." Abhath al-Yarmouk 7, no. 2 (1989): 7-21. (Jordan).
________. "Prospects for American Studies in the Arab World: Present and Future." American Studies International 35, no. 2 (1997): 77-87. (USA).
________. "Ralph Waldo Emerson and the Muslim Orient." The Muslim World LXVIII, no. 2 (1988): 132-145. (USA).
________. et. al. “The Reception of American

Culture in the Middle East after The Arab

Spring.” Canadian Social Science Journal 7, no.5

(October 31, 2011). (Canada).


________. et. al. "The Reception of American Literature in Jordan." The Journal of Language and Literature (February, 2010): 11-17. (Azerbaijan).
________. et. al. "Redefining American Spaces: The City, The Land, The Body, and History." American studies International XLII, nos. 2 & 3 (2004): 226-234. (USA).
________. "Re-Evaluating Ways of Teaching American Literature beyond American Borders in the Global Era." Teaching American Literature: A Journal of Theory and Practice. (Fall, 2009, 3:2) (USA).
________. "A Reflection on and Analysis of Western Literary Sources on Islam." The International Journal of Islamic and Arabic Studies 2, no. 2 (1985): 47-67. (USA).
_______. et. al. “Resistance to Change: Hephzibah and Clifford in Nathaniel Hawthorne’s The House of the Seven Gables as Two Case Studies.” Canadian Social Science Journal 8, no.1 (February 29, 201): 214-216. (Canada).
________. "Royall Tyler's The Algerine Captive: An Example of America's Early Literary Awareness of the Muslim Near East." The American Journal of Islamic Social Sciences 5, no. 2 (1988): 255-261. (USA).
________."The Situation of American Studies in Jordan." Accepted for Publication in Re-Markings. (India).
________. "Two Lost American Plays: Ideas of the Muslim Barbary Orient." The Maghreb Review 13, nos. 3-4 (1988): 191-198. (England).
________. "Washington Irving and Muslim Spain." The International Journal of Islamic and Arabic Studies 4, no. 1 (1987): 27-44. (USA).
Citations

My work has been used, cited, and referred to in miscellaneous international journals, indexes and periodicals varying from American Literature to MLA International Bibliography, both in electronic and print forms. Reference to my work includes (but it is not limited to) the following:



  • The English Teaching Forum 42, no.2 (2004): 31.

  • Bulletin of the Association for the Study of Travel in Egypt and the Near East: Notes and Queries, no. 11 (2001): 30-32.

  • The English Teaching Forum 37, no. 1 (1999): 22-25.

  • Al-Mustaqbal Al-Arabi, no. 233 (July, 1998): 25-42.

  • The Journal of American Studies of Turkey, no. 5 (1997): 1-3.

  • The Journal of American Studies of Turkey, no. 5 (1997): 108-114.

  • The Journal of American History 83, no. 3 (1996): 1168.

  • The Quarterly Index Islamicus 17, no. 3/4 (1993): 272.

  • Ibid. 16, no. 3/4 (1992): 213.

  • Ibid. 16, no. 3/4 (1992): 125.

  • Ibid. XIV, no. 2 (1990): 1262.

  • Ibid. XIII, no. 2 (April, 1989): 54.

  • Ibid. XIII, no. 1 (January, 1989): 9.

  • Ibid. XIII, no. 3 (July, 1988): 91.

  • Ibid. XI, no. 3 (July, 1987): 103.

  • Ibid. X, no. 3 (July, 1986): 115.

  • The Muslim World LXXIX, no. 1 (January, 1989): 88.

  • Ibid. LXXVIII, no. 4 (October, 1988): 171.

  • Index of Islamic Literature 13, no. 1 (1992) : 9.

  • Index Islamicus (1993): 412.

  • American Literature 62, no. 1 (March, 1990): 171.

  • Ibid .61, no. 3 (October, 1989): 536.

  • Lexis :The Newsletter of the English Department, no. 6 (Kuwait University,1987/88) : 4.

  • Forum: A Journal for the Teacher of English Outside the USA XXVII, no. 2 (April, 1989): 25.

  • The International Journal of Islamic and Arabic Studies IV, no. 1 (1987): 113.

  • The American Journal of Islamic Social Sciences 7, no.1 (March, 1990): 97.

  • Periodica Islamica: An International Contents Journal 1, no. 2 (1991): 22.

  • Ibid. : 111.

  • American Studies International XXVI, no. 2 (October, 1988): 34-35.

Evaluating and Reviewing Academic Work

I have examined and refereed a large number of articles and books for various academic journals and publishers in the Arab World and abroad.
Conferences (Organized)


  • The Second Regional Petra Forum of the Association of Professors of English and Translation at Arab Universities (APETAU), Tafila Technical University, Jordan,2007.

  • The Third International Conference of the Association of Professors of English and Translation of Arab Universities (APETAU) , the university of Jordan , Amman , Jordan , August 23 – 25 , 2006 .

  • "Orientalism: Dialogue of Cultures," the University of Jordan,2002

  • " English Language Teaching: Problems and Solutions," the Hashemite University, 2002

  • The International Conference on the "Teaching of English at the Arab - World Universities, " U.A.E. University, 1996

  • The Fourth Annual Literature Conference, Yarmouk University, 1988

  • The Third Annual Literature Conference, Yarmouk University, 1987

  • The Second Annual Literature Conference, Yarmouk University, 1986

Conferences (Attended)



The Third International Conference of the Association of Professors of English and Translation of Arab Universities (APETAU) , the university of Jordan , Amman , Jordan , August 23 – 25 , 2006 . Presented a paper entitled “Cultures and the Question of Cross-Cultural Misunderstanding."


  • The Second International Conference of the Association of Professors of English and Translation of Arab Universities (APETAU), the University of Jordan, Amman, Jordan, August 26-28, 2003. Presented a paper entitled "Levantine and Arabian Travels: European and American Experiences in the 20th Century."




  • The 18th Biennial Conference of the Nordic Association for American Studies, the Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Trondheim, Norway, August 6-9, 2003. Presented a paper entitled "The Future of American Studies in the Arab World."




  • "Orientalism: Dialogue of Cultures," the University of Jordan, Amman, Jordan, October 22-24, 2002. Presented a paper entitled " Anglo American Literary Sources on the Muslim Orient: The Roots and the Reiterations."




  • American Studies in the Middle East Workshop, the American Embassy, Amman, Jordan, October 21-23, 2002.




  • The Third MESEA Conference of the Society for Multi-Ethnic Studies: Europe and the Americas, the University of Padua, Italy, June 26-29, 2002. Presented a paper entitled “The Reception of Anglo American Literature in the Arab World."




  • "English Language Teaching: Problems and Solutions, " the Hashemite University, Jordan, April 22, 2002. Presented a paper entitled " Literary and Cultural Studies: Some Thoughts towards Technology in Teaching."




  • The 17th Biennial Conference of the Nordic Association for American Studies, Faculty of Modern Languages, Copenhagen, Denmark, August 8-11, 2001. Presented a paper entitled "The Clash of Cultures: American Studies in the Arab World."




  • The 16th Biennial Conference of the Nordic Association for American Studies, University of Turku, Finland, August 11-14, 1999. Presented a paper entitled "On Non-Native Grounds: American Literature in the Arabic-Speaking World."




  • The First International Conference on Literature and Linguistics, Irbid National University, 14-16 July, 1998. Presented a paper entitled "The Cultural Context of American Literature."




  • The First International Conference on Arabic-English Contrastive and Comparative Studies, University of Jordan, August 23-27, 1997. Presented a paper, "Negative Language and the Negative Character in Herman Melville's 'Bartleby'." Dr. Ahmad Madjdoubeh of the English Department, University of Jordan, read it in my absence.

  • The 15th Biennial Conference of the Nordic Association for American Studies, University of Gothenburg, Sweden, August 13-17, 1997. Presented a paper entitled "Prospects for American Studies in the Arab World: Present and Future."




  • Seminar on English Departments at Jordanian Universities, Yarmouk University, Jordan, July 16, 1997. Presented a paper entitled "English Departments in the Arab World, with Particular Emphasis on Jordanian Universities."




  • The First International Conference on Methods of Improving the Teaching of English Language and Literature at Arab Universities, UAE University, Nov. 11-14, 1996. Presented a paper entitled "Departments of English in the Arab World: The Lang. - Lit. Controversy."




  • The Second Annual Conference on The Teaching of British and American Literature in North Africa, Kairouan University, Tunisia, 24-25 Nov. 1995. Presented a paper entitled "The Place of American Literature in the English Curriculum of Arab World Universities." Dr. Thouraya Mouelhi of the English Department of al-Kairouan University delivered the paper in my absence.






  • The 22nd North American Conference on Afro-Asiatic Linguistics (NACAL), Madison, Wisconsin (USA), March 18-23, 1994. Presented a paper entitled "Arabic and the West," which was read in my absence by Professor Robert D. Hoberman of the Department of Comparative Studies, State University of New York at Stony Brook.




  • Islam and the West, State University of New York at Brockport, October 20-25 1989. Presented a paper entitled "U.S. Literary Experience of the Muslim Orient."




  • Fourth Annual Literature Conference, Yarmouk University, October 1988. Presented a paper entitled "America's First Play on the Prophet."




  • Third Annual Literature Conference, Yarmouk University, October 1987. Presented a paper entitled "Royall Tyler's The Algerine Captive."




  • Second Annual Literature Conference, Yarmouk University, October 1986. Presented a paper entitled "In Search of the Orient: The Muslim East on the Contemporary American Literary Scene."

Additional Academic and Professional Assignments and Experiences



  • Participated in the International Visitor Program during the period from October 13 through 24, 2003. The Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs of the U.S. State Department sponsored the program.




  • Participated in designing the M.A. and B.A. programs of literature and cultural studies offered by the English Department, the Hashemite University.




  • Special Advisor to the English Club of the Deanship of Student Affairs, the Hashemite University, 2001/2002.




  • Counseled, as Academic Advisor, undergraduate students at Yarmouk from 1987 to 1991, U.A.E. University from 1992 to 1998, the University of Qatar from 1998 to 2000, and more recently at the Hashemite University from 2000 to the present.




  • Directed student extracurricular activities at Yarmouk University, 1989-1990, as Director of Student Activities.




  • Participated in designing the 1994 plan of study of the Department of English Language and Literature, U.A.E. University, and that of the University of Sharjah, U.A.E.




  • Participated in revising the study plan of the Department of English, the University of Qatar, for the school year 1998/99, and I also participated in designing the M.A. program.




  • Participated in designing both the M.A. and B.A. study plans of the Department of English Language and Literature, Yarmouk University.

University Service

I University Committees


  • Deans and University Councils, 2010-

  • Academic Centers Steering Committee, 2006-

  • Personnel Affairs Committee, 2002/2003/2004

  • Study Plan Committee, 2005

  • Public Seminars and Lectures Committee, 2004

  • Academic Research Board, 2002/2003/2004/2005

  • Student Affairs Committee,2005

  • Student Disciplinary Committee,2005

  • The Higher Studies Council, 2002/2003/2004

  • The Committee for Academic Journals Accreditation,

2002/2003/2004

  • Faculty of Sciences and Arts Representative at the University

Council, 2002/2003
II College Committees

  • Appointment and Promotion , 2008-

  • Appointment and Promotion , 2002/2003

  • Higher Studies and Research ,2002/2003

  • Study Plans, 2002/2003

  • Scholarship Graduate Students,2002/2003

  • Credit Equivalence, 2002/2003

  • Representative of the English Department in the Faculty Council, 2000/2001 and 2001/2002

  • The Library Committee, 2000/2001

III Departmental Committees

  • Appointment and Promotion , 2008-

  • The M.A. Program, 2001/2002 and 2002/2003

  • Timetable and Examinations, 2000/2001 and 2001/2002

  • Advising and Credit Equivalence , 2000/2001 and 2001/2002

  • Cultural Activities , 2000/2001 and 2001/2002

  • Sponsored Students , 2000/2001 and 2001/2002

Honors and Awards



2005.


  • Northern Illinois University Fulbright Scholar, the summer

of 2002, sponsored by the U.S. State Department.

  • Nominated by the American Biographical Institute to serve

on the Board of Research Advisors, 1999 - . (USA).


  • Nominated by the American Biographical Institute for

inclusion in the Seventh Edition of The International Directory of Distinguished Leadership (1998) and for the title "Man of the Year," 1977. (USA).


  • Nominated by the English Department, Yarmouk

University, to act as Representative in the Faculty of Arts Council, 1989-1990.

  • Elected by the Faculty of Arts, Yarmouk University, as

Representative in the University Council, 1988-1989.

  • Received full scholarship from Yarmouk University to

study for an M.A. /Ph.D. in American literature, 1982.


of the University of Jordan for the Honorable Mention Award for 1976.

  • Received full scholarship from the Ministry of Education,

Jordan, to read for a B.A. in English language and literature, 1975.
Consulting

2002-2003: Jadara University for Higher Studies (Jordan); provided establishment consultation.

2002-2003: Muhammad Bin Fahad (Saudi Arabia: under construction); provided consultation on possible study plans of English.

1995–1998: The Emirates Center for Strategic Studies and Research (UAE); provided academic and professional consultation for the Center.

1996-1998: Ajman University (UAE); provided consultation on developing the University’s Humanities Program.

1990- : Organization of American Historians (USA); provided consultation on American Studies development in the Arab World (including American culture, history, and literature).

1988–1990: Ministry of Higher Education (Jordan); provided advice on Higher Teacher Training College curriculum development.
Administrative Experience


  • Provost, the Hashemite University, Jordan, 9/2012-

  • Advisor to the President, the Hashemite University, Jordan, 9/2010- 9/2012

  • Advisor to the President for International Affairs and Relations; Founder Dean of the College of Arts and Founder Chairman of the English Department and Director of the Language Center, Tafila Technical University, Jordan, 9/2006 – 9/2008

  • Dean of Student Affairs, the Hashemite University, Jordan, 2/2003-3/2005

  • Vice Dean of Arts and Sciences, the Hashemite University, Jordan, Sep. 2002- Feb. 2003

  • Secretary of the Sports Federation of Jordanian Universities, February 2003–August 2004

  • Vice Dean of Student Affairs and Director of Student Activities, Yarmouk University, Jordan, 1989/1990

Other Academic Tasks and Community Services

2011/2012: Member of the Advisory Committee of the Jordan

Academy of Arabic for the Arabic National Proficiency Test

2003/2004 & 2008/2009: Member of the Higher Education Accreditation Council Committee for Public and Private Accreditation, Jordan

2001/2002: Member of the Follow-Up Committee, headed and formed by the President of the Hashemite University, for the establishment of the Arab American University for Distance Learning (AAUDL)



2001/2002: Member of the Higher Council of Education Committee for Public and Private Accreditation, the Ministry of Higher Education, Jordan


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