Arabic Lecture: “Mauritania: Islamic Knowledge Traditions and Culture”

SaadUNC Annual Arabic Lecture: “Mauritania: Islamic Knowledge Traditions and Culture”

Wednesday, April 12 | 5:00-6:30 PM

Nelson Mandela Auditorium

UNC-Chapel Hill

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Lecture is in Arabic Language

Saad Elhady, Arabic & Islamic studies instructor and Scholar at Duke University. Saad specializes in Classical Arabic, with ACTFL OPI Certification in Modern Standard Arabic, and he is fluent in several dialects. In addition to his teaching experience, he has worked as a journalist and editor and has presented talks and interviews on Arabic culture and literature. He is also the coordinator of the Arabic Halaqa at Duke University and is involved in several projects related to teaching Arabic online. Read more about Saad Elhady on Scholars@Duke

Sponsored by the NC Consortium for Middle Eastern Studies, UNC Center for Middle East, Center of African studies, and Department of Asian & Middle Eastern studies.