College of Education - Akre
- MA Literature in English – London Metropolitan University, School of Humanities, Arts and Languages-United Kingdom (2011-2012).
- B. A. degree in English language, University of Duhok, College of Arts (2001-2005)
1- Thematization of Power in D. H. Lawrence’s Women in Love with reference to Nietzsche’s - The Will to Power.
2- Principles of Resistance in Gharbi Mustafa’s What Comes
with the Dust, Goes with the Wind.
3- The Root of Women Suffering and Core Solutionsas Presented by Khaled Hosseini in A Thousand Splendid Suns
4- LAND AND ITS RELATIONSHIP TO POSTCOLONIAL PERSPECTIVES IN AMA ATTA AIDO’S PLAY “ANOWA” AND ARUNDHATI ROY’S NOVEL “THE GOD OF SMALL THINGS.
5- The Triple Oppressions against Yazidi Women in Gharbi Mustafa’s What
Comes with The Dust Goes with The Wind.
Postcolonial and feminism fields
Executive office-experience of working with high-level officials and administrative experience with strong Verbal and written Kurdish and English, Arabic language abilities, Excellent interpersonal and time management skills have the proven ability to meet targets within tight deadlines. I possess excellent relationship building and personnel management with major global organizations. I am flexible to adapt to changing requirements, self-motivated, passionate, highly focused and confident individual. Very patient person with no believe in failure because it is not an option. I am a person with excellent communications skills able to communicate and source information to clients and colleagues, through networking and negotiating with decision makers with a very strong problem solving skills.