EMAN SOLIMAN

iman.mohamed@Gu.edu.eg

EMAN SOLIMAN

Lecturer

Biography

Eman M. Soliman is a PhD. Lecturer, and postdoctoral student at the Faculty of Mass communication, Cairo University. She received her PhD. in Political and International communication. Her research interests are mainly in International, developmental communication, and public diplomacy. She participated as a researcher in a DAAD research project, in addition to attending and presenting research papers in multiple international and national conference IAMCR, IAFOR and AUSACE. Besides joining different workshops and summer schools, dr. Eman published a number of papers in both Arabic and English languages which tackled topics related to media reform, nation branding and terrorism discourse

Qualifications

  • 2013 – 2018: PhD. Dissertation in Political Communication: “Media Reform in Egypt post 25th Jan. Revolution: A Study on Elites and Practices of the political system”.
  • 2008 – 2012: Master of Arts, Cairo University. Thesis in Political communication: “Good Governance Indicators and Egyptian Media: An Empirical Study on a Sample of Governmental, Partisan, and Independent Newspapers”.
  • 2000 – 2004: Bachelor of Arts, Cairo University in Public Relations and Advertising.

Area of Research

  • Nation Branding
  • Public Diplomacy
  • Terrorism Discourse

Awards & Honorable Mentions

  • 2018 AUSACE, (The Arab-US Association for Communication Educators) 2018, University of Louisiana, Lafayette, USA (Oct. 25-28, 2018) “World Youth Forum: Branding Egypt on Twitter” (Joint Paper with Dr. Dina Orabi). Winning First Place “Excellence in Research Award”.