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American Association of Teachers of Arabic


AATA Administration

President
Brahim Chakrani, Michigan State University

Executive Director
Mohammad T. Alhawary, University of Michigan

Al-'Arabiyya Editor
Mohammad T. Alhawary, University of Michigan

Business Office:
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AATA Executive Board

Ahmed IdrissiAlami, Purdue University
Mohammad T. Alhawary, University of Michigan
Hanada Al-Masri, Denison University
Olla Al-Shalchi, University of Texas
Mahmoud Amer, West Chester University of Pennsylvania
Brahim Chakrani, Michigan State University
Ikram Easton, Boston College and North Carolina Virtual Public School (NCVPS)
John Eisele, College of William and Mary
ZaferLababidi, Florida State University
Darlene May, Wake Forest University
Abdulkareem Said Ramadan, Gettysburg College


Listed by Final Year of Service:

2022
Mahmoud Amer, West Chester University of Pennsylvania
Zafer Lababidi, Florida State University
Darlene May, Wake Forest University

2021
John Eisele, College of William and Mary
Hanada Al-Masri, Denison University
Olla Al-Shalchi, University of Texas

2020
Ahmed Idrissi Alami, Purdue University
Ikram Easton, Boston College and North Carolina Virtual Public School (NCVPS)
Abdulkareem Said Ramadan, Gettysburg College

Past Presidents

1965-66, George Makdisi, Harvard University
1967, C.A. Ferguson, Stanford University
1968, William Brinner, Berkeley
1969, Muhsin Mahdi, Harvard
1970-71, Peter Abboud, University of Texas
1972, Wallace M. Erwin, Georgetown Univ.
1973, Ernest McCarus, Univ. of Michigan
1974, Raji Rammuny, Univ. of Michigan
1975, Farhat Ziadeh, Univ. of Washington
1976, Mounah Khouri, Univ. of CA, LA
1977, Roger Allen, University of Washington
1978, Jeanette Wakin, Columbia University
1979, Frederic Cadora, Ohio State Univ.
1980, Salih Altomah, Indiana University
1981, Nicolas Heer, Univ. of Washington
1982, George Krotkoff, Johns Hopkins Univ.
1983, Issa Boullata, McGill University
1984, Carolyn Killean, University of Chicago
1985, Michael Zwettler, Ohio State Univ.
1986, Barbara Stowasser, Georgetown Univ.
1987, Nazih Daher, Notre Dame University
1988, Aleya Rouchdy, Wayne State University
1989, Mushira Eid, University of Utah
1990, Muhammad Eissa, Northwester Univ.
1991, Mahmoud Al-Batal, Emory University
1992, Adel S. Gamal, University of Arizona
1993, Aida Bamia, University of Florida

1994, Mona Mikhail, New York University
1995, Mohammed Sawaie, University of VA
1996, Dilworth B. Parkinson, Brigham Young
1997, Margaret Larkin, UC Berkeley
1998, William Granara, Harvard University
1999, Mahdi Alosh, Ohio State University
2000, Kristen Brustad, Emory University
2001, Aman Attieh, University of Texas
2002, Salah Din Hammoud, Air Force Academy
2003-04, Zeinab Ibrahim, American Univ. in Cairo
2005-06, Gerald Lampe, National Foreign Lang Center
2007-08, Karen C. Ryding, Georgetown University
2009-10, Mustafa Mughazy, Western Michigan University
2011 & 2012, Kirk Belnap, Brigham Young University
2013 & 2014, John Eisele, College of William & Mary
2015 & 2016, Mohammad T. Alhawary, University of Michigan
2017 & 2018, Ahmed Ferhadi, New York University
2019 & 2020, Brahim Chakrani, Michigan State University

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American Association of Teachers of Arabic (AATA) aims to facilitate communication and cooperation between teachers of Arabic and to promote study, criticism, research and instruction in the field of Arabic language pedagogy, Arabic linguistics and Arabic literature. 

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Phone: 205-822-6800
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