Main Office: Peck Hall 302
Department Chair: Dr. Maria K. Bachman
Telephone: (615) 898-5644
Fax: (615) 898-5098
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 and an affiliated faculty in the Literacy Studies PhD Program at MTSU. He has held grants and research fellowships from Fulbright, the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA), Hanban China, and the University of Connecticut's Humanities Institute. His peer-reviewed papers have appeared in numerous international journals including Journal of Language & Literature; English World-Wide, World Englishes, Educational Theory, and Critical Inquiry in Language Studies, among others. Albakry’s scholarly work generally takes up the intersection between the descriptive and prescriptive dimensions of language use, ideology in media discourse, theory and practice in translation studies, and language policies and politics in multilingual contexts.
See some of Dr. Albakry's work on http://mtsu.academia.edu/MohammedAlbakry