Kenneth L. Honerkamp
Professor of Arabic, Islamic texts, Shar'iah (Islamic Law), North African Sufism
Mailing address: UGA Department of Religion, Peabody Hall,
E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Telephone: 706.542.1727 Fascimile: 706.542.6724
Professor Honerkamp teaches Modern Standard Arabic as a second language and in-depth textual study for advanced students. He is involved in research in Arabic manuscripts, particularly those found in the less often referred to manuscript collections of
Professor Honerkamp is a graduate of the Al-Qarawiyine University of Morocco. This university is part of the traditional education system of
Professor Honerkamp has brought to the Department of Religion at UGA his experience gained in the North-West Frontier of
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It's the Heyday of Arabic, but It May Not Be Enough (published in The New York Times, November 16, 2003)
UGA Study Abroad Morocco Program is coordinated by the UGA Office of International Education.
The academic web site for Dr. Alan Godlas contains information for the study of Islam, religion, Qur'an, hadith, the Sunnah, Shi'ism, Sufism, Islam in the modern world, Muslim women, Islamic art, architecture, music, history, and Arabic.
The Moroccan government web site is offered in English, Arabic, French and Spanish.
Fons Vitae Publisher is publisher of Three Early Sufi Texts, Dr. Honerkamp's study and translation of two texts by Abu Abd al-Rahman al-Sulami al-Naysapuri (d. 1021) and the Malamatiyya (2nd edition, new and updated, 2009).
Al-Kitaab: a series of textbooks for Arabic is offered online at this site hosted by
Center for Language and Culture (CLC) in Morocco, located in Marrakech--in the foothills of the snow-capped High Atlas mountains-- has become the premiere institute in Morocco for the teaching of all levels of Arabic (both classical/fus’ha Arabic and colloquial Moroccan Arabic/darija). The CLC is now affiliated with the
The American Institute for Maghrib Studies (AIMS) was founded in 1984 to promote the systematic study of
Al Akhawayn University in Ifrane (AUI) is an institution of higher education and scientific and technical research. AUI is modeled similar to an American university system. English is the language of instruction.
Al-Ahram is a weekly newspaper published in
The British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) offers news from Africa, information on Morocco, and an Arabic language news page.
Aisha Bewley's Islamic Home Page is devoted to Islamic topics, in particular Maliki jurisprudence (fiqh), Sufism (tasawwuf) and some political and general Islamic topics.
NSRC Morocco is a web site of resources run by The Network Startup Resource Center. NSRC is a non-profit organization which helps develop and deploy networking technology through a variety of projects throughout Africa, Asia/Pacific, Latin America and the Caribbean, the Middle East, and the
FLAS Fellowships are offered at The Center for the Study of Global Change.
American Association of Teachers of Arabic (AATA)
Sustainable Business Associates is an international non-governmental organization (NGO) that is working to engage industrialists in with the aim of minimizing environmental impact and improving business productivity.