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Elamroussy Abdelhalim

Abdelhalim Elamroussy is Ph.D. candidate at Indiana University and sessional instructor at McMaster University. He completed his MA in Teaching Arabic as a Foreign Language at the American University in Cairo, and is currently working on his Ph.D. dissertation at Indiana University, where his concentrations are focusing on Islamic Studies and Arabic Linguistics. He has taught Arabic Language and courses about Islam at the American University in Cairo, the University of Calgary, and Indiana University.

Abdelhalim Elamroussy

Contract and Sessional Faculty
Department of Religious Studies


  • Indiana University, Ph.D. in Near Eastern Languages and Cultures (ABD), 2018
  • The American University in Cairo, MA in Arabic as a Foreign Language, 2012
  • The American University in Cairo, BA in Psychology, 2002


  • Arabic Language courses at introductory, intermediate, advanced, and superior levels
  • Muslim Civilizations
  • Muslims in the Western Imagination


Arabic linguistics, sociolinguistics, morphological analysis, syntactic analysis, second language acquisition, research methods in applied linguistics, assessment in language learning, Quranic studies, Hadith sciences, Islam and modernity, and Jihad in the Islamic tradition