Ms. Anna Shkolnick
My name is Anna Shkolnick. I was born in Kiev, Ukraine in 1973. In 1990, after finishing high school, I repatriated to Israel. I received my B.A. degree in English literature from Ben-Gurion University of the Negev in 1994 and my M.A. in English literature from Hebrew University of Jerusalem in 1997. I also received an M.A. in French literature from Hebrew University in 1999. I began my studies for a Ph.D. degree in English literature at Tel Aviv University in 2011, and I currently continue working on my thesis. My professional experience in teaching English language skills in higher education has been gained in the English for Academic Purposes Unit of SCE – Sami Shamoon College of Engineering, where I started working as a part-time lecturer in 2000. In 2013, I was appointed to a full-time lecturer position in the English Unit of SCE
Since 2011 Study for a Ph.D. degree. Tel Aviv University, Israel. Dissertation title: The Female Body and the Troping of Poetic Origins in Shakespearean Poetics. Adviser: Prof. Sharon-Zisser, Shirley.
2001 Submission of doctoral dissertation. Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel. Dissertation title: Renaissance Discourses of Desire in Shakespeare's Romantic Tragedies. Adviser: Prof. Besserman, Lawrence. The dissertation was returned for corrections and was not submitted again.
1996-1999 M.A. in French Literature. Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel. Thesis title: Rabelais and the Grail Myth. Adviser: Prof. Aslanov, Cyril.
1994-1997 M.A. in English Literature in the Direct Ph.D. program. Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel.
1991-1994 B.A. in English Literature. Ben Gurion University of the Negev, Israel.
English for Academic Purposes – Basic
English for Academic Purposes – Advanced A
English – Advanced B