Azeez Jasim Mohammed is Assistant Professor of English at Jerash University, Jordan. He studied at the Universities of Baghdad and Pune, and received his DPhil from Banaras Hindu University, India. He previously served as Head of the English Department at the Teachers’ Training Institute, Baghdad, and works as the editor of NUANCES; A Journal of Humanistic Enquiry. His main areas of research are British literature and culture during the Victorian period; modernity and post-modernity; contemporary literature and film; literary and cultural theory; gender studies; literature and science; and psychoanalysis and literature. His publications include “Saving Souls or Saving Money: A Bargain of Conversion in G. B. Shaw’s Major Barbara” (2012), “G. B. Shaw’s Pygmalion: A Test of Two Traits of the Dark Triad” (2013), “Who Philanders in G. B. Shaw’s The Philanderer?” (2013), “Literature, Science and Society Mingled with Feminism in G. B. Shaw’s Man and Superman” (2013), “Zombies and ‘World War Z’: Between Apocalyptic View and Reality” (2015), and “Adaptation of Shakespeare’s Plays into Films: The Dark Side” (2016).