Professor GU-Q discusses the following book on the mythological structure of Qatar Reed
Dr. Nadia Salem, a part-time assistant professor at Georgetown University (GU-Q) in Qatar, discussed her next book, Qatar Reed, an initiative of the Qatar Foundation. Self-development.
“George Lucas of Star Wars successfully disseminated the concept of Joseph Campbell, a professor of a single journey that everyone traveled universally in the grand pursuit of heroism. But these days, this idea is tiring. I’m a hackney, “she said.
Elham Fahoum, a Qatar Reed intern in the Department of International Politics, hosted the event as part of his internship. Her duties include identifying speakers for the program. “I took her class and loved it, so I immediately thought of Professor Salem, and I was about the subject she would educate students and anyone interested in writing and storytelling. I knew I had an upcoming book, “Elham said.
In Monomis Reboot, Dr. Salem revisits this storytelling structure with an emphasis on including the journey of both heroes and heroines. She explained that the spectator fatigue of the classic hero story stems from the limits of masculine idealism that does not include a feminine perspective.
By including the missing feminine aspect in everyone’s nature, Story Ark takes the protagonist to several stages of personal growth. “I hope the students can see another paradigm of the heroine’s journey and open another more comprehensive path for the story.”
This event was co-sponsored by The Gazette Student Club. Fariha Ikubal, editor-in-chief of publications in the Department of Culture and Politics, said: Our spirit. “
Although not universal, Dr. Salem said that one myth can be found worldwide in diverse literature, poetry, mythology, and spiritual traditions. “This is important because we tend to believe that only the West can weave the story of heroes and heroines and make a big difference to the audience,” she added.
http://www.gulf-times.com/story/706657/GU-Q-professor-discusses-upcoming-book-on-mythic-s Professor GU-Q discusses the following book on the mythological structure of Qatar Reed