I am a Lecturer in Arabic in the School of Humanities. I have been teaching Arabic at the University of Westminster since 2009. I have taught Arabic for Specific Purposes and General Arabic at all levels. I taught Arabic at SOAS, UCL and Kings College.
My research interests are primarily based around the area of Arabic teaching (Arabic heritage learners and blended learning in Arabic teaching). I am also interested in Arabic and identity and Islam and politics.
Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (FHEA)
I have taught several courses at a number of universities in the UK. At The University of Westminster I teach the following modules: Arabic Polylang (G1, G2, G3, and G4), Language Power and Institutions: Decoding Dominant Narratives, The Arab World and the Word, Expressions of Arabic Culture and Themes in contemporary Arabic Studies. I taught in the past the following modules: Arabic for Media (Advanced level) and Arabic for Business.
My research interests include the pedagogy of Arabic language teaching, blended learning, Islam and politic and Intellectual Islamic History.
For details of all my research outputs, visit my WestminsterResearch profile.