The jury of the Sharjah Prize for Arab Poetry Criticism revealed the names of the award winners in its first session. Exaggerated narrative ritualism.. towards a theory of modern Arabic poetry.” Youssef Hatini (Palestine) won the third place for his research “The Narrative Context in Contemporary Arabic Poetry.”
The committee noted the study of “The Mirror Al Muallaqa: From Commentaries to the Rhetoric of Al-Hajjaj”, which was distinguished in its modern approach and its application to the Mullaqah of Imru’ Al-Qais.
For his part, the head of the Sharjah Department of Culture, Abdullah bin Muhammad Al Owais, said: “Based on the directives of His Highness Sheikh Dr. Sultan bin Muhammad Al Qasimi, Supreme Council Member and Ruler of Sharjah, the department announced the new award, which has been determined (Poetry Criticism from Rhetoric to Modern Curricula). title for its first session.
He added that the department opened the door for acceptance for the work of Arab critics, scholars and researchers starting from February 2020, and despite the exceptional circumstances that the world has experienced since that date, it received 102 participants. A jury was selected in which the competency was taken into account, and it consisted of: Ali Jaafar Al-Alaq (Iraq) as president, and the membership of Drs. Rashid Issa (Jordan), Siddiq Omar (Sudan), and Muhammad Abu Al-Fadl Badran (Egypt), as the arbitration committee worked in accordance with scientific and academic standards.
For their part, the committee members expressed their thanks and appreciation for the permanent patronage of His Highness Sheikh Dr. Sultan bin Muhammad Al Qasimi, Supreme Council Member and Ruler of Sharjah, for Arab culture, praising the efforts made by the Department of Culture in Sharjah.
It is noteworthy that the value of the prizes is: 100,000 dirhams for the first place, 75,000 dirhams for the second place, and 50,000 dirhams for the third place.
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