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Ahmed Echcharfi

Ahmed Echcharfi
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Ahmed Echcharfi is a University professor of English. He Obtained his PhD. in linguistics from Mohammed V university in Rabat. He is a Fulbright scholar in Austin Texas.

Journals of a Moroccan Fulbrighter in America (Last): Home, sweet home!

Rabat - Finally, my stay in America came to an end and here I am in my country again, among my people. In this...

Journals of a Moroccan Fulbrighter in America (14): Educational and cultural...

Austin - When I was attending the Fulbright Enrichment Seminar in Florida, I had the privilege to talk to Ms Marianne Craven, the Managing...

Journals of a Moroccan Fulbrighter in America (13): A conference in...

Austin - An important activity that graduate students in the U.S. get involved in is attending and/or organizing conferences in their field of study....

Journals of a Moroccan Fulbrighter in America (12): The Fulbright Visiting...

Austin - Fulbright visiting scholars in America can participate in programs called “Fulbright Visiting Scholar Enrichment Seminars." The Enrichment Program is implemented by the...

Journals of a Moroccan Fulbrighter in America (11): An American Teacher...

Austin - Who could imagine that I will find students learning Moroccan Arabic at the University of Texas? Here, as in other American universities,...

Journals of a Moroccan Fulbrighter in America (10): A Portrait of...

Austin - An American anthropologist once wrote a chapter under the title: “A portrait of a typical Moroccan.” To a certain degree, the person he...

Journals of a Moroccan Fulbrighter in America (9): On the bus

Austin - When studying exotic communities in remote places, foreign anthropologists always face the problem of how to get beyond observable behavior and fathom...

Journals of a Moroccan Fulbrighter in America (8): The story of...

Austin - Kevin is a young American who converted to Islam more than a year ago. I had noticed that, whenever he mentioned the...

Journals of a Moroccan Fulbrighter in America (7): Happy Eid

Austin - The Eid is undoubtedly one of the occasion in which you will be reminded that you are a stranger, no matter how...

Journals of a Moroccan Fulbrighter in America (6): The Making of...

Austin - Today, I want to talk about higher education in America. But instead of listing the rules and regulations, I have chosen to...

Journals of a Moroccan Fulbrighter in America (5): Homesickness

Austin - Why do humans feel homesick? And what is home after all? Why should I feel unsatisfied, socially speaking, by all the nice...

Journals of a Moroccan Fulbrighter in America (4): The Arabic Flagship...

Austin - The history of Arabic teaching in the U.S reflects to a certain extent the changes that the Arab-American relations have undergone. At...

Journals of a Moroccan Fulbrighter in America (3): An American Arab

Huston - Dr. Kristen Brustad is an imminent professor of Arabic at the department of Middle Eastern Studies at UT. Interviewing her about her...

Journals of a Moroccan Fulbrighter in America (2): Middle Eastern Studies...

Austin - When I was preparing my research project for the Fulbright grant, I never thought that I would end up at the department...

Journals of a Moroccan Fulbrighter in America (1): ‘Us’ vs. ‘Them’

Austin - My journey to America was rather twisted. I had to fly from Casablanca airport via Madrid and Dallas, before reaching Austin. Throughout...

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