HAMOUDI Samira (PhD student at Bordeaux Montaigne University)

Secondary and High school English teacher since 2012 and PhD student at Bordeaux Montaigne University (Plurielles Research Unit) in francophone and compared French literature under the supervision of Prof. Anne MATHIEU. Focus on the Analysis of the anticolonial discourse in French periodicals (1944-1954): the case of Algeria.
Holder of:
– MA in Arabic: Culture of the Mediterranean Region and Eastern Europe from the
University of Lorraine. Master’s thesis on The translation of Arabic proverbs into French in dictionaries under the supervision of Mr. Fadi JABER, defended in 2021.
– MA in General and Compared Literature with a focus on Theories, Translations and Circulations from Paris 3 Sorbonne Nouvelle University defended in 2021. Master’s thesis: The translation of humour/ humours in Oscar Wilde’s The Importance Of Being Earnest (Superviser: Mme Yen-Mai Tran-Gervat)
Master’s degree in English language, literature and civilisation from Paul Valéry, Montpellier university. Dissertation on Women’s Suffrage in the USA between 1776-1965. (From the Declaration of Independence to the Voting Rights Act). Superviser: M. Larry Portis.

Her function in the project is to tag and annotate some of the chapters of Al-ʿIqd al-Farīd.