Upcoming Fall WLLC Special Topics Course in Arab Film

This fall, the Department of World Languages, Literatures and Cultures is offering a course in Arab film taught by assistant professor Rania Mahmoud. This course is cross-listed between Arabic and Middle East Studies as part of the Special Topics offering and has an honors section available. All movies will have English subtitles, and no prerequisite or Arabic is required.

This course also satisfies credit towards the major in Arabic and the major and minor in Middle East Studies. 

Join us for a fascinating journey across the Arab world by exploring the rich history and diverse cultures of the region through Arab film!

Course Information

Title: Arab Film
Course Code: ARAB 470V-003 / MEST 4103-007 Special Topics
Time: Mondays 2-4:50 p.m.
Instructor: Rania Mahmoud

For more information, contact Mahmoud at rmahmoud@uark.edu.


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