This year’s summer session, held online, focused on the use of Arabic as an active academic language in European universities.
The Bila Hudood festival invited people to join online discussions of contemporary Arabic literature in genres such as food writing, memoir and poetry.
The authors examine ideas about artificial intelligence that are prevalent in the Arab world and seek to bring them into the wider debate.
A Palestinian teacher of Arabic uses film, poetry and songs from Palestine to engage students in meaningful conversations.
The coronavirus lockdowns inspired a shift to online book clubs among groups that focus on Arab authors and their international readers.
A musical and cultural heritage archive, the Syria Music Map offers displaced Syrians a chance to reconnect with their roots.
Deborah Kapchan’s comprehensive new anthology pulls together a rich and varied tapestry of Morocco’s many poetic traditions.
Using foreign terms in Arabic does not weaken or devalue it, a scholar argues, but rather allows it to develop and keep pace with the modern world.
Maha Saleh believes that the fragmented nature of Arabic teaching curricula has negatively affected the language.