Nuha Alotaibi is a Research Fellow at KFCRIS. She joined KFCRIS in November 2021. Before joining the Center, she worked as a lecturer in English Language and Literature. She obtained her master’s degree in English Literature from the Imam Mohammad Ibn Saud Islamic University. Her research focuses on critical theory, comparative literature, and orientalism.
She participated in preparing the Report on the State of Culture in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia 2021: Culture in Public Spaces, an annual report developed in collaboration with the Ministry of Culture.
“Distorted Shadows: Power and Subjugated Women in Margaret Atwood’s The Handmaid’s Tale,” IOSR-JHSS 23:2 (2018), pp. 35-39.
“Echoes Of Trapped Voices: The Role of Women in Doris Lessing’s The Grass is Singing and Ahlam Mosteghanemi’s Memory in The Flesh,” IJHSSI 7:2 (2018), pp. 74-77.