Hatem Mohammed Al-Shama'a

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Hatem Mohammed Al-Shamea
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Alma materSana’a University
  • Writer
  • Literary
  • Political critic

Hatem Mohammed Al-Shamea (1980) or Hatem Al-Shama'a is a Yemeni writer and literary and political critic, widely regarded as one of the major figures of contemporary (Yemeni) Arab literature. He was born in Ma'azab Bait Al-Shama'a, Hufash district in Al-Mahweet. Hatem Al-Shamea received his B.Ed in English from Sana’a University in 2002. He worked as an English teacher in Al-Falah High School in Al-Mahweet province from 2002 to 2005 and then moved to Annasr School in 2005 and taught there till 2009. Hatem Al-Shamea got ICCR Scholarship from Indian Embassy in Sana’a in 2010 to pursue his MA in English Literature. In 2012 he received his MA in English Literature from the English and Foreign Languages University, Hyderabad, India. He then returned to Yemen and taught in some public and private universities. He first taught English at the British Academic Institute in Shumaylah, Sana'a, and then he taught at Sana'a University, Yemenia University, Arabian University for Science and Technology, and National University. He received his Ph.D. degree in January 2020 from the department of English literature at The English and Foreign Languages University, Hyderabad, India.


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