Arabic Instruction in France: Pedagogy or Politics?
This paper examines the problems posed by French attempts to teach secular Arabic.
||Arabic, Islam, Allah Lexicon, Secularism, Politics, Culture, Language Learning, Language, Religion, and Identity
The International Journal of the Humanities, Volume 4, Issue 6, pp.17-24.
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Dr. John A. Morrow is an Assistant Professor of Modern Languages at Northern State University in the United States. He has three degrees from the University of Toronto: an Honors B.A. with majors in French and Spanish, as well as an M.A. and a Ph.D. in Spanish American Literature. He also completed Post-Doctoral Studies in Arabic in Fez, Morocco and at the University of Utah. His publications on literature, language, linguistics and Islamic Studies have appeared in over a dozen countries. He is the author of Arabic, Islam, and the Allah Lexicon: How Language Shapes our Conception of God.
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