Al-Carabiyya is the annual journal of the American Association of Teachers of Arabic and serves scholars in the United States and abroad. Al-Carabiyya includes scholarly articles and reviews that advance the study, research, and teaching of Arabic language, linguistics, literature, and pedagogy.
Reem Bassiouney is an associate professor of Arabic linguistics at Georgetown University. She is the author of Arabic Sociolinguistics: Topics in Diglossia, Gender, Identity, and Politics and coeditor of Arabic Language and Linguistics.
Editor's note EssaysKey to Mass Literacy or Professor's Hobby? Fiske's Prject to Write Egyptian Arabic with the Latin AlphabetLeisbeth Zack Perceptual Dialectology of the Arab World: A Principal AnalysisIrene Theodoropoulou and Joseph Tyler Scripted Ideologies: Orthographic Heterogeneity in Online ArabicsBecky Schulthies Arab(ic) Language Anxiety: Tracing a "Condition"Yasir Suleiman Code-Switching in Egyptian Arabic: A Sociolinguistic Analysis of TwitterZoe Kosoff The Grammaticalization of the Motion Verb "Ra " as a Prospective Aspect Marker in Syrian ArabicNajib Ismail JaradBook ReviewsAlif Baa: Introduction to Arabic Letters and Sounds, Third EditionKristen Brustad, Mahmoud Al-Batal, and Abbas Al-Tonsi The Oxford Handbook of Arabic LinguisticsJonathan OwensContributors