Dr Bootheina Majoul is currently an Assistant Professor of English Studies at the High Institute of Applied Languages in Béja at the University of Jandouba, Tunisia. She holds an MA in Cross Cultural Poetics from the University of Carthage, Tunisia, and a PhD in English Literature from the University of Manouba, Tunisia.
She has 18 years of teaching experience across six Tunisian institutions, and has taught EFL to young learners, general English, English for sciences, English for engineering, business English, English for maths, communication/presentation skills, British civilisation, translation, history of British literature, British and American novels, literary theories and criticisms, film studies and drama workshops.
Bootheina is experienced in all virtual teaching (she ensured the conception and tutoring of several online courses with the Tunisian Virtual University) and is certified in blended teaching via the software DynEd.
She has published three books: Doris Lessing: Poetics of Being and Time (2016), The Genetic and Generic Affiliations of Rushdie’s Satire in Midnight’s Children (2017), and On Trauma and Traumatic Memory (2017), as well as several academic articles and five collections of poems. She has delivered presentations at several national and international conferences both in Tunisia and overseas.
She serves on the editorial board of the Journal of Humanities and Cultural Studies R&D (USA). She is a member of the Doris Lessing Society (Ontario, Canada), the ATe-L (Tunisian Association of E-Learning; Tunisian Virtual University), and the research unit “Language and Cultural Forms” at the University of Carthage.