Asmaa Ben baba

Lecturer, Arabic & Islamic Studies
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785-864-3054
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Summary

Dr Ben baba earned her Ph.D. in Adult and Continuing Education and a master’s in urban and Community Planning from Auburn University. She earned an additional degree in Cultural Studies and a Bachelor in English Literature from Mohamed V University in Morocco. Dr Ben baba’s research interests include online learning communities, online distance education learning environment in the foreign language classroom, the incorporation of cultural forms (films, literature, space, built environment, music, popular culture) in second language teaching and learning. Further teaching interests include Middle Eastern and North African sub-cultures, gender and diaspora.


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