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LINGUIST List 21.260

Fri Jan 15 2010

FYI: New Website: Int'l Institute for Lang and Cultures, Morocco

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        1.    Moha Ennaji, New Website: Int'l Institute for Lang and Cultures, Morocco

Message 1: New Website: Int'l Institute for Lang and Cultures, Morocco
Date: 14-Jan-2010
From: Moha Ennaji <mennaji2002yahoo.fr>
Subject: New Website: Int'l Institute for Lang and Cultures, Morocco
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Dear List Members,

I am pleased to let you know that the International Institute for
Languages and Cultures (INLAC), co-founded by Fatima Sadiqi and
Moha Ennaji, has now a website: www.inlac.net that you can visit and
circulate to interested students, scholars involved in Study Abroad
programs, and intercultural institutions. INLAC is a private institute
which is accredited by the Moroccan Ministry of Education. It
welcomes students from top American and European universities
and offers a combination of courses, think tanks, and homestay in a
unique environment. INLAC is located in the twelve centuries old
Medina of Fez which boasts the oldest university in the Islamic world.
As such, the Institute combines the quality of courses with the
essence of the place. Alongside the credit courses, the Institute
brings together academics, theologians, politicians, and social
activists to discuss the urgent issues of our time. These range from
new divinities, the inter-religious, the inter-cultural to conflict
resolutions, youth concerns, gender, development, human rights,
social justice and much more.

INLAC is proud to be a beacon of cross-cultural understanding that
fits very well with what Fez, an ancestral Islamic city, stands for. The
Institute does not only teach students but it seeks to break ignorance
and taboo through immersing them in the insights and wisdom of the
great 14th century scholars like Maimonides, Aurillac, and Ibn
Khaldun who, although coming from different horizons and religions,
inhabited Fez and worked together.

Should you need any complementary information, please don't
hesitate to contact me.

Moha Ennaji (MA, PhD)
Professor of Linguistics
Co-Founder of the International Institute for Languages and Cultures
(INLAC), Fez www.inlac.net

Linguistic Field(s): Applied Linguistics; Ling & Literature; Sociolinguistics

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