Dr. Abla Hasan

Abla Hasan

Dr. Abla Hasan

Assistant Professor of Practice of Arabic
1216 Oldfather Hall
402-472-7922
abla.hasan@unl.edu

 

Abla Hasan, Assistant Professor of Practice of Arabic. She received her PhD in Philosophy of Language from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, 2013. She completed her MA in philosophy as a Fulbright grantee from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln in 2009. Abla obtained her BA in Philosophy from Damascus University 2000, followed by a Diploma of high studies from Damascus University in 2001. Her current teaching and research interests include feminism, second language acquisition theories, philosophy of language, Religious Studies, translation, and Contemporary Arabic Literature.


Spotlight on Dr. Hasan

Recently, our department interviewed Dr. Hasan as part of an ongoing series. Read more about her here.


Work Experience

  • Graduate Teaching Assistant at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Department of Classics & Religious Studies, 2012-2013.(World Religions and Second year Arabic 201)
  • Graduate Teaching Assistant at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Department of Classics & Religious Studies, 2011-2012
  • Graduate Research Assistant at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Department of Classics & Religious Studies, 2010-2011
  • Graduate Assistant at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Philosophy Department, Summer Session of 2010
  • Graduate Teaching Assistant at Damascus University from 2005 to 2007
  • A teacher for philosophy at Damascus high schools from 2002 to 2005

Publications

  • "Indexical Dependence," Dirasat Wa Abhath, an international peer reviewed research journal, N 12, Sep 2013, ISSN: 9751-1112, e-ISSN: 2253-0363, University of Djelfa, Algeria, available online.
  • "Plato‚Äôs antifeminism: A new dualistic approach", ,E-logos, ISSN 1211-0442, (journal of philosophy licensed as peer-reviewed scientific journal by the Research and Development Council of the Government of the Czech Republic),University of Economics, Prague, 2012. Available online.

Invited talks and presentations

  • "Women in Religion," panel discussion, UNL Womens' Center, March 17th, 2014.
  • An invited talk "How can I find God?" symposium, Doane College (Lincoln campus), December 5th, 2012
  • An invited talk "God, The Qur'an and The Prophet" symposium, Doane College (Lincoln campus), September 26th

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Awards

  • UNL Parents' Association awarded a grant to support events at UNL, Spring 2014.
  • UNL Certificate of Recognition for Contributions to Students, UNL Parents' Association, 2013.
  • UNL Convocations Committee award for funding a guest speaker, fall 2013.
  • Nominated for the outstanding graduate teaching assistant award by the Department of Classics and Religious studies, University of Nebraska-Lincoln for the year 2012-13
  • Damascus University scholarship for graduate study abroad, 2009
  • The Fulbright Master degree scholarship, 2007
  • Al Basel award for Academic Excellency for the year 1998, (Damascus University)
  • Al Basel award for Academic Excellency for the year 1997, (Damascus University)