Ahmed Ahmed

Visiting Lecturer

Member Of:
  • School of Modern Languages
Office Location: Swann 233
Office Hours: Tuesday & Thursday: 11 AM - 12 PM
Email Address: aahmed318@gatech.edu


Ahmed Ahmed is a lecturer of Arabic. He has a Master’s degree in Applied Linguistics from Georgia State University. In 2013, he was a Fulbright scholar at GSU. He is currently working on his doctoral program in Language and Literacy at Georgia State University. He believes that a language classroom is the place where students should learn not only the target language but also the culture of this language. It is the place where students should get a better understanding and authentic exposure of the target culture. He is interested in intercultural communication, bilingualism, transnationalism, and teaching Arabic as a foreign/heritage language. He enjoys practicing Arabic calligraphy.


Research Fields:
  • Arabic
  • Africa (North)
  • Middle East
  • Cross-Cultural Understanding
  • Education
  • Heritage Language Learning
  • Higher Education: Teaching and Learning
  • Middle-Eastern Studies
  • Post-Colonialism


  • ARBC-1001: Elementary Arabic I
  • ARBC-1002: Elementary Arabic II
  • ARBC-1501: Understand Arab Culture
  • ARBC-1814: Special Topics
  • ARBC-3001: Advanced Arabic I
  • ARBC-3002: Advanced Arabic II
  • ARBC-3501: Men-Women In Islam
  • ARBC-3691: Intensive Advanced ARBC
  • ML-2500: Intro Cross-Cult Studies