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Al-'Arabiyya: Journal of the American Association of Teachers of Arabic

Vol. 47 (2014) through current issue

Al-'Arabiyya is the annual journal of the American Association of Teachers of Arabic and serves scholars in the United States and abroad. Al-'Arabiyya includes scholarly articles and reviews that advance the study, research, and teaching of Arabic language, linguistics, literature, and pedagogy. The journal is published once a year.

Published by: Georgetown University Press

Current Issue: Volume 49, 2016

Volume 49, 2016

Volume 48, 2015

Volume 47, 2014


E-ISSN: 2375-4036
Print ISSN: 0889-8731

Al-'Arabiyya: Journal of the American Association of Teachers of Arabic


Editorial Boards

Volume 49, 2016

Editor

Mohammad T. Alhawary, University of Michigan

Assistant Editor

Natalie M. Zink, University of Michigan

Book Review Editor

Gregory J. Bell, Princeton University

Editorial Board

Ahmed Idrissi Alami, Purdue University

John Eisele, College of William and Mary

Raghda El Essawi, The American University in Cairo

Hussein Elkhafaifi, University of Washington

Rania Habib, Syracuse University

Mustafa Mughazy, Western Michigan University

Karin Ryding, Georgetown University

Camelia Suleiman, Michigan State University

Usama Sultan, Middlebury College

Volume 48, 2015

Editors

Victoria Frede,
University of California, Berkeley

Andrew Jenks,
California State University, Long Beach

Willard Sunderland,
University of Cincinnati

Associate Editors

Brian J. Boeck,
DePaul University

Liudmila Novikova,
Higher School of Economics

Ekaterina Pravilova,
Princeton University

Susanne Schattenberg,
Universit├Ąt Bremen

Martina Winkler,
Universit├Ąt Bremen

Volume 47, 2014

edboard

Editor:

Reem Bassiouney, American University in Cairo

Assistant Editor:

Emily Vealey

Book Review Editor:

Reem Bassiouney, American University in Cairo

Editorial Board

Emad Abdul- Latif, Cairo University
Mahmoud Al- Batal, University of Texas at Austin
Mohammad T. Alhawary, University of Michigan
Kirk Belnap, Brigham Young University
John Eisele, College of William and Mary
Catherine Miller, Centre national de la reserche scientifique
Mustafa Mughazy, Western Michigan University
Karin C. Ryding, Georgetown University