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Teaching

  • اهتمامات البحث العلمي:

Teaching Experience​

  • Associate Professor of Islamic Studies, Department of General Education, Effat University, Jeddah, KSA, 2017-to the present
  • Assistant Professor of Islamic Studies, Department of General Education, Effat University, Jeddah, KSA, 2012-2017.
  • Assistant Professor of Arabic Cultures and Head Librarian of Middle Eastern Studies at the Department of Near Eastern Languages and Cultures (NELC), The Ohio State University, 2008- 2012.
  • Curator of the Middle Eastern Studies Collection, and Instructor of Islamic Studies, Brown University, Providence, RI, Oct. 2004-2008.
  • Librarian of the Middle Eastern Studies Collection, University of California-Berkeley 2002-2004
  • Instructor of Islamic Studies Department of Religious Studies, University of California, Riverside, 2002.
  • Instructor of Islamic Studies, Zayed University- Dubai, United Arab Emirates, 1998-to 2001
  • Teaching Assistant, 1991. Department of Near Eastern Languages and Cultures, the University of
  • California-Los Angeles. Taught first and second-year Arabic courses.
  • Teaching Assistant, 1987. Department of Near East Languages and Civilization, University of
  • Washington, Seattle, WA, taught first and second-year Arabic courses.​

Courses Taught

Effat University:

  • Islam and Civil Society (GISL 121)
  • International Organizations (GCUL 131)
  • Global Citizenship (GGLU 234)
  • Entrepreneurship in Islam (GISL 273)
  • Contemporary Islamic Thoughts (GISL 174)
  • Topics in Anthropology (presently GANT 121/1-2)
  • Selected topics in Sociology (presently GSOC 121/1)
  • Muslims Affairs and Organizations (GISL173)
  • Modern Middle Eastern History (GHIS 121/ 1)
  • Arab contributions in civilization (GARB265)
  • Islam in Africa and Asia (GHIS 122)
  • Islamic and Social Values (GISL 171)
  • Islam and Social Issues (summer course)
  • ​Advanced English: reading and writing (COM 112, 113, fall and spring of 2012)​
  • Advanced Arabic reading and writing (ARAB 112, 113)
  • Arabic: readings in heritage books (GARB 262)

Pre-Effat University era:

  • Basic bibliographic and reference tools for of Middle Eastern Studies (NELC, Ohio State University (OSU), graduate level, taught for 4 years)
  • Arabic as foreign language various levels. (University of Washington (UW), University of California-Los Angeles (UCLA) and Ohio State University (OSU)
  • Ibn Khaldun: chapters from the introductions (Brown University)
  • History of Arabs: civilizational approach (Brown)
  • The schools of interpretation of the Quran (Brown
  • The schools of jurisprudence fiqh (Brown University)
  • (​History of Islam from the Rise of Islam until 1500: a survey (University of California-Riverside
  • Contemporary Islamic World (Zayed University, Dubai)​​


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