Name: Hussa A. Al-Keneyeer
Last Qualification: Ph.D. from King Saud University.
Year of Graduation: 1998.
Specialization: Arabic Language.
Minor: Arabic Lexical.
Languages: Arabic and English.
Academic Level: Assistant Professor of Linguistics.
Linguistic causes. Political and Social studies.
Occupation: Member of the Faculty of Arts, Arabic Language Department
at King Saud University
Books and Published Research:
Books: Arabic Grammar. Medical and Technical Terminology. Feminine Names. Dictionary of Cultural Concepts in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia during the Formative Period.
Research: The Temptation of Words. The Role of Derivation in Creating a Term in Arabic Lexicon. The Variety of Linguistic Levels and their Blending in the Language of Advertisements in the City of Riyadh.
Member of the Professoriate since 1998.
Assistant of the Head of the of Arabic Language Department for
three years 1999 - 2002.
I taught Arabic language courses to female students majoring in
languages and translation.
I taught Arabic to non- Arabic speakers at:
Cardiff University, Wales, UK in Summer 2003.
University of North Texas, Texas, USA in Summer 2004.
Sacramento University, California, USA in Summer 2007.
I write articles for Riyadh Daily Newspaper on a weekly basis with topics dealing with society, religion and politics.
I participated in several scientific and cultural conventions and inside and outside the Kingdom.
Member of the board of trustees at The Foundation of Abdulaziz
Saud Al-Babtain’s Prize For Poetic Creativity.
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