The theme of the panel is "AATA's 50th Anniversary: The State of the Art." Presentations will reflect critically and broadly on current research and practices in the field as a whole.
Possible topics include but need not be confined to some specific aspect of the following:
Teaching and assessing Arabic language (MSA, spoken Arabic, and specific modalities)
Teaching and assessing Arabic literature (classical and modern literary texts and texts in other formats)
Teaching and assessing Arabic cultural literacy
Acquisition of Arabic as a second, foreign, or heritage language
Please send your proposal to Rajaa Aquil
Belnap, K. Arabic-L:PEDA:AATA Call for Papers, 50th Anniversary. Arabic-L listserv (ARABIC-L@LISTSERV.BYU.EDU, 5 Mar 2012).