Riham Abdalla Tahoun

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Riham Abdalla Tahoun

Associate Professor and Program Director

Faculty of Al-Alsun and Applied Languages

Dr. Riham Abdalla Ahmed Tahoun, Associate Professor, is currently affiliated from Helwan University, Faculty of Arts to King Salman International University, Faculty of Al-Alsun and Applied Languages, German Department. She was granted in 2004-2006 a PHD scholarship from the DAAD at the Göttingen University in Germany and received many research scholarships from the DAAD. She is trainer of trainers at the Goethe Institute and the DAAD Kairoer Akademie and interpreter (German-Arabic) and is working as certified translator for the German Embassy in Cairo. She has a long experience in the field of German as Foreign Language, E-Learning and Translation and is a staff member of the joint Master degree (Teaching German as a Foreign Language) between the Ain Shams University and the Leipzig University. She is furthermore a member of numerous professional bodies such as “Internationale Vereinigung für Germanistik” (IVG), “Mittelmeer-Südeuropa-Germanistik” (MSEG), “Gesellschaft für Interkulturelle Germanistik” (GIG). She is a member of the selection committees for many scholarship programs of the DAAD.

English
85%
Mathematics
75%
Speaking
95%
Computer Application
80%

Research Interests

German Literature Studies

Comparative Literatur Studies

Translation and Simultaneous Interpreting

Teaching German as a Second Language

Administrative Roles

Program Director 

Academic Advisor

Member of the Mitigating Circumstances on University level

Member of the Exams Board 

Member of the Exams Controle

Member of the University Council

Last 3 Publications

  1. Tahoun, Riham 2021: Das Unfreisein des Erinnerns oder Die Macht des Augenblicks in Marlene Streeruwitz’ Morire in levitate. In: Yvonne Nilges (Hg.): Frei-Zeit in der Gegenwartsliteratur. Wissensordnungen im Wandel Göttingen: Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht Verlag. 
  2. Tahoun, Riham 2020: Interdiskursive und intertextuelle Verflechtungen in Navid Kermanis „Zwischen Koran und Kafka. West-östliche Erkundungen“ 2014. In: Cornejo, Renata; Weinberg, Manfred u. Schiewer, Gesine Lenore (Hg.): Vielfältige Konzepte – Konzepte der Vielfalt: Interkulturalität(en) weltweit. Bielefeld: transcript. 
  3. Tahoun, Riham 2019: Multiperspektivität der Flucht in Maxi Obexers „Wenn gefährliche Hunde lachen“ 2011, Daniel Zipfels „Eine Handvoll Rosinen“ 2015 und Emad Blakes „Mama Merkel“ 2016. In: Bauer, Matthias; Nies, Martin u.a (Hg.) 2019: Grenz-Übergänge. Zur ästhetischen Darstellung von Flucht und Exil, Transcript-Reihe „Interkulturalität. Studien zu Sprache, Literatur und Gesellschaft“.

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