Dr. Maher Bahloul earned his PhD degree from Cornell University, NY, USA. He also holds a Masters’ Degree from the Sorbonne University, Paris, France. He has taught linguistics, language, translation, and communications for more than 25 years at institutions such as Cornell University, SUNY at Binghamton, Kind Saud University, and the American University of Sharjah. His teaching and research interests are theoretical and applied linguistics, dialectology, teacher training, and learning pedagogies, especially the Learning Through The Arts (LTTA) field.
CURRENT AND PAST (AUS = American University of Sharjah)
Chair, session titled “A Poetics of Laughter in Folk and Classical Literature” at the International Online Conference titled ‘Literature and Humor: The Trickster and His Subversive Tales’ Organized by the Journal of Arabic and World Literature, London, UK. November 5,6, 12:00 p.m. – 16:00 p.m. (2021). http://conferences.andromedapublisher.com/Literature-and-Humor-AIC/
Principal Instigator: 2021-Current-“Emirati Pidgin Arabic Through the Lenses of Corpus Linguistics’. AUS Faculty Research Grant. This project seeks the coding of a widely spoken Arabic in the United Arab Emirates and beyond.
Learning Through The Arts (LTTA) is a leader of edutainment in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region, known for excellence in integrating arts such as creative drama, music, dance, visual arts, fine arts, multi-arts, and film in teaching and learning. The LTTA.ORG is a non-profit educational network which fosters excellence in integrating arts in teaching and learning.
It is now clear that the camera has gone every where and people upload hundreds of videos into various social media every minute. MLI-Production will strive to uploading samples of educational videos from a variety of institutions related to arts, culture, and education. I am sure the audio-visual communities will appreciate the works of MLI-Production.
It is my pleasure to launch the New Horizon Center (NHC) which thrives to combining fun with learning. Giving a chance for artists to include academic fields in their art works and performances is an experience they will appreciate, let alone the learners who will never forget such learning adventures. I am sure learners, parents, teachers, and education specialists will find great interest in NHC.
Taught a variety of courses related to
Taught a variety of courses related to
http://thelasource.com/en/2019/03/09/captured-alivestill-alivesince-the-18th-century/ History has value as long as it remains alive in people’s hearts, souls, minds and educational systems. It otherwise remains buried under the notes and papers of historians, in libraries, and in national and international archives. While it remains unclear whether this portrait belongs to the former or the…Read More
http://thelasource.com/fr/2019/02/04/le-decret-dahmed-bey/ Le monument historique de Clara Sörnäs à Zanzibar qui dépeint la vente publique des esclaves noirs rappelle un chapitre profondément discriminatoire de l’histoire de ce pays … Les dates suivantes restent gravées dans l’histoire des peuples noirs : le 23 janvier 1846, Ahmed Bey à Tunis abolit l’esclavage et…Read More
http://thelasource.com/en/2019/02/04/slavery-and-slave-trade-a-forgotten-dark-history/ In addition to the three historic locations, seen in the previous edition of The Source Newspaper, the slaves’ auction place, the slaves’ chamber, and the slaves’ lashing ceremony, Zanzibar has kept the house of the last slaves’ merchant along with his tomb as part of the cultural historic tour.…Read More
http://thelasource.com/en/2019/01/21/a-special-contribution-to-the-source-ahead-of-black-history-month-part-1-slavery-and-slave-trade-a-forgotten-dark-history/ The more one travels, the more one learns. Museums all over the world like Paris, London, New York, Montreal and Victoria inform of previous humans’ histories. The story is quite different this time… It was only when we reached Zanzibar, a small island off the Indian Ocean, part of…Read More