Said Hannouchi, PhD

Preceptor in Arabic, Harvard University
Said Hannouchi holds a PhD in Arabic and second language acquisition from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Currently he is a preceptor in Arabic at Harvard University. He has over eleven years of experience teaching Arabic as a second and foreign language at leading universities around the country. He has experience teaching Arabic during regular academic semesters as well as in intensive and immersion summer programs. His research interests include second language acquisition, intercultural communication and competence, and education in multilingual contexts. His research focuses on language education in Morocco, as well as native speakers and Arabic learners perceptions and expectations of conformity to Arab cultural norms. His research explores the implications of these expectations for the development of intercultural communicative competence.

Education

  • PhD University of Wisconsin-Madison