Loubna FLAH is a Moroccan national. She earned a “Maitrise” degree in Biochemistry from the Mohammedia Faculty of Science and Technologies (FSTM). She obtained also a bachelor degree in English Studies from Ain Chok Faculty of Letters and Humanities after writing a dissertation about the aspects of sexism in Moroccan Arabic. She graduated from the Ecole Normale Superieure in Rabat as a high school teacher of English. She conducted an empirical research on Critical Thinking in EFL Teaching in Morocco. She is currently reading for a Master in Literary and Linguistic Studies in Ain Chok Faculty of Letters and Humanities in Casablanca. She writes poetry and short stories that she intends to publish very soon (Email: email@example.com)
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Larbi Arbaoui is a teacher of English. He has been teaching English since 2006. He studied English language and literature in Moulay Ismail University, Meknes. He earned his B.A. from Ibn Zohr university, Agadir. He conducted a research on Teaching Writing Through the Use of ICT Tools. He attended and participated as a speaker in several Regional colloquium of the Moroccan Association of Teachers of English (MATE). He wrote a short play entitled « Aicha, the Talented Student » performed in Dar Athaqafa, Zagora. Larbi Arbaoui is a correspondent for Morocco World News.
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Youssef Sourgo is currently a Master’s student in Linguistic and Literary studies at Ain Chok Faculty of Letters and Humanities. He earned his Bachelor’s degree in American cultural studies from Ben M’sik faculty of Letters and Humanities. He is a member of the Ben M’sik Community Museum, and contributed in many cultural, literary, and social initiatives at both national and international levels. He conducted research on Ben M’sik residents’ perceptions of culture and cultural institutions. He participated twice in the International Festival of University Theater and was awarded in his last theatrical collaboration with San Diego University’s theater students, and has now founded his own theatrical mime troupe. He participated in an online exhibition project, entitled “Identities,” in collaboration with Kennesaw State University’s Museum of History and Holocaust Education. His main areas of interest are inter-cultural communication, cultural studies, popular culture, gender, theater, museums, and music. Youssef is also a music composer, writes free verse poetry, short stories and choreographs theatrical performances and dances (firstname.lastname@example.org). He is MWN correspondent in Casablanca.