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Kashmir Kaur, Teaching Fellow (FHEA)

0113 343 3355

Currently teaching English for Academic Purposes to post-graduate students, co-ordinating the Foreign Language Assistants’ Course and collaborating on the South West Jiaotong University (SWJT) project
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Wolfgang Keinhorst, Part-time Teaching Fellow in German

German language; the German economy and language for business, enterprise and commerce; intercultural competence, especially in relation to international business
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Saussan Khalil, MAR Candidate

Saussan tells us about her motivation for undertaking an MA by Research; and what life is like living and studying in Leeds.
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Ruba Khamam, Lecturer in Arabic and Translation

0113 343 0478

Inter-cultural Pragmatics, Linguistic (Im)Politeness,Teaching and Learning Arabic as a Second Language, Applied Linguistics, and English/Arabic/English Translation.
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Rosie Kightly Stoker, Student Education Service Officer (Student Support)

0113 343 3245

A member of the Student Education Service team providing high quality support for students taking Languages for All Discovery modules.
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Jieun Kim, Lecturer in Japanese Studies

+44 (0)113 343 6470

Social marginalisation and discrimination in contemporary Japan and South Korea; urban poverty and social suffering; social movements; ethnicity and nationhood; body and health; ethnographic methods.
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Sam Knight, BA Arabic and French (2012)

Arabic and French graduate Sam Knight talks about his study abroad in Morocco and France, and about life after graduation - with some advice for future students.
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Hendrik Kraetzschmar, Associate Professor in the Comparative Politics of the Middle East and North Africa; Director of MA in Middle Eastern and Islamic Studies

+44(0)113 343 3423

Authoritarianism and democratisation in the Middle East and North Africa, with focus on civil society, party and electoral politics
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Nicholas Kwok, BA in English and Comparative Literature

Nick enjoys studying texts from across the globe. He believes that the passion of the lecturers has made a massive difference to his studies.
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