Eself-Learning - Arabic
This website (for readers of Arabic and English) is intended to access the learner to myriad learning experiences in a contextually-based Arabic and English languages learning situations. Learners will be exposed to interactions in different fields; education, language acquisition and linguistics, feminist, women, and gender studies, and action research, and eventually develop their own experience and scholarly work, using the same principles of the different fields and my scholar-activist resources, that are available on this site. Please click the headings/links above (Muslim Women, Arabic Self-Learning, Action Research Primer, Participatory Feminism) for more detailed information.
These scholarly resources are listed on this web page under eight collections, but not all of them are available as PDF files or Media, though they might be available at other sites.
Please send your comments and suggestions to Dr. Nimat Hafez BARAZANGI*: firstname.lastname@example.org.
For a comprehensive list of available publications up to 2009 by Nimat Hafez Barazangi, click here.
For accessing Nimat Hafez Barazangi's scholarly work on Cornell's eCommons, click here.
For accessing Nimat Hafez Barazangi's latest lecture in Arabic, click here.
* I would like to thank Melissa Stephenson, Carrie Brindisi, Steve Gallow and STAP (Student Technology Assistance Program, Academic Technology, esp. Tian Ping Wong, Chad Rose and Shea Belsky) for their technical support in preparing and updating this electronic archive of my scholarly collection.
Last modified: March 2016