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DR. SHARIFAH AISHAH BINTI OSMAN

Department of English

Faculty of Arts & Social Sciences

saosman@um.edu.my
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Pencapaian dalam sukan
Pencapaian dalam sukan
Year 2021
Latest Evaluation
Panel of examiners for MA Proposal Defense Henusha Suthesan "The Bitch is Back: A Comparative Study of the Villainnesses’ Journey to Selfhood in Lanka’s Princess and Circe" Panel of examiners for MA Proposal Defense Henusha Suthesan "The Bitch is Back: A Comparative Study of the Villainnesses’ Journey to Selfhood in Lanka’s Princess and Circe"
Internal examiner
Year 2020
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RP054F-17SBS
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RG410-12HNE
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Latest Publication
2021

Addressing Rape Culture through Folktale Adaptation in Malaysian Young Adult Literature

2020

An Interview with Heidi Shamsuddin

2019

Review of Hannah Alkaf's The Weight of Our Sky

2018

Agency, Adaptation, and Audience: Re-visioning the Legend of Mahsuri in Selected Contemporary Malaysian Young Adult Fiction

2019

The Principal Girl: Feminist Tales from Asia

2020

Folktale Adaptation and Female Agency: Reconfigurations of the Mahsuri Legend in Selected Contemporary Malaysian Young Adult Fiction

2020

Re(con)figuring the Nenek Kebayan through Folktale Adaptation: Malaysian Folktales as Literary and Cultural Heritage.

2017

Recent Trends and Themes in Malaysian Children's Fiction

2006

Refiguring the Female Harem Slave: Mary ShelleyÂ’s Frankenstein and the Byronic Heroine