Faculty Profile

Dr. Mohammed Albakry

Dr. Mohammed Albakry  [Linguistics Minor Liaison to English Department]

Professor of English and Applied Linguistics

Member, Doctoral Faculty

Ph.D. (2005), Northern Arizona University; MA (1995), Alexandria University; MA (2001), University of Massachusetts, Dartmouth; BA (1994), Alexandria University; First Year at MTSU: 2005

Office: PH 381; Phone/Voice Mail: 494-8658

Dr. Albakry is Professor of Applied Linguistics at MTSU (2005- ), where he received the Outstanding Teacher Award in 2010. He has held grants and research fellowships from Fulbright, the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA), and the University of Connecticut's Humanities Institute (UCHI), among others. He authored and co-authored numerous peer-reviewed articles and scholarly papers, and his translations of Arabic fiction appeared in various publications. Besides his general interests in language teaching and translation studies—theory and practice, Albakry’s research is particularly focused on the sociocultural aspects of language use and encompasses such areas as corpus-based discourse analysis, language and ideology in multilingual settings, and English as a global language. He is the former Chair of Graduate Admissions in English and currently serves as the Linguistics Minor Liaison to the English Department.

Dr. Albakry's CV

See some of Dr. Albakry's work on http://mtsu.academia.edu/MohammedAlbakry