• Harb, Graziella K.

    Dr. Harb, Graziella K.

    Assisstant Professor

    Dr. Grasiella Harb is an Assistant Professor in the College of Arts and Sciences. She is a Ph.D. holder in Applied Linguistics and Literature. She has an M.A. in education, with an emphasis in School Management and Leadership, and a B.A. in Applied Linguistics and Literature. She has taught different types of language and humanity courses related to Academic, Advanced, Creative, and Professional English Writing, in addition to English and World Literature, Language Acquisition, Applied Linguistics, and Discourse Analysis.


    Dr. Harb has participated in different international conferences and has published on a range of topics including online corpus linguistics, blended learning, school management and leadership, sociolinguistics, discourse analysis, and EFL writing. She is also a reviewer in several journals such as Research in English Language Pedagogy Journal, Journal of Pedagogical research, and Journal of Publon.



    • D. In Applied Linguistics & Literature (2018) – Holy Spirit University of Kaslik (USEK)
    • MA– Education (2011) , School Management & Leadership- Lebanese American University (LAU)
    • BA and Teaching Diploma in English Literature & Linguistics (2004)- Lebanese University (LU)



    • Technology in EFL higher education context
    • Discourse Analysis
    • Culture & Language
    • Semiotics



    • Saba ‘Ayon, N., & Harb, G. (2023). Exploring the Linguistic Identity of Lebanese Undergraduates: Experiences and Perceptions of Lingua Franca Speakers. The Paris Conference on Arts & Humanities 2023 Official Conference Proceedings. https://papers.iafor.org/submission70033/ 
    • Saba ‘Ayon, N., & Harb, G. (2022). Intercultural Communicators: The Case of Lebanese University Students. Creative Education, 13, 3346-3363. DOI:10.4236/ce.2022.1310214
    • Saba ‘Ayon, N., & Harb, G. (2022). To What Extent Lebanese University Students Consider Themselves as Intercultural Communicators? IAFOR Proceedings 2022. The Paris Conference on Education 2022. https://doi.org/10.22492/issn.2758-0962.2022.18
    • Harb, G., & Khoury, N. (2021). Terrorist Discourse: A Semiotic and Critical Discourse Analysis of ISIS Jihadi Videos. International Journal of Humanities and Applied Social Sciences, 6 (12), 1-11. https://doi.org/10.33642/ijhass.v6n12p1
    • Saba ‘Ayon, N., & Harb, G. (2021). Authentic Project-Based Assessment in Times of Crisis. International Journal of Business and Applied Social Sciences, 7 (12), 1-11. https://doi.org/10.33642/ijbass.v7n12p1
    • Harb, G.K., Serhan, Y.M. (2020). Exploring the use of Covid-19 as a new pre-text in Trump’s political discourse. Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences Studies, 2 (5), 20-30. ISNN 2663-7197. Retrieved from https://al-kindipublisher.com/index.php/jhsss/article/view/469/426
    • Harb, G. (2019). Reshaping undergraduates’ research experience with station rotation learning model. International Journal of Advanced Research, 7(12), 702-710. DOI: 10.21474/IJAR01/10061
    • Harb, G. (2018). Ted Talks: An Approach for Activating the World Knowledge Schema of EFL Writers. International Journal of Language and Linguistics, 4 (5). DOI: 10.30845/ijll.v5n4p1.
    • Harb, G. (2018). The Application of COCA Corpus for a more Sophisticated Word Choice and a Better EFL Writing Quality. INTED Proceedings 2018. DOI: 10.21125/inted.2018.1306
    • Harb, G. (2017). The Application of COCA in Vocabulary Instruction to Assist Lebanese Students Improve their Writing: A Case Study. In Les Doctorial. Kaslik: PUSEK. ISBN: 978-614-8007-67-5.
    • DeCoursey, A.C., Ganpule, S., G. Harb, Atallah, D., Zaatari, M., Bakri, M. (2015). English literature in global contexts Arabic, Indian and Chinese literary readings. Advance in Social Science Research Journal, 2 (7), 50-64. DOI:10.14738/assrj.27.1247.