Elijah Reynolds

Elijah Reynolds

Lecturer at Santa Clara University

Location:
500 El Camino Real, Santa Clara, California, United States
HQ Phone:
(408) 554-4000

General Information

Experience

Lecturer  - Claremont School of Theology

Curriculum Developer  - Bayan Claremont

Education

BA  - Linguistics , IU

PhD Candidate  - Linguistics , Indiana University

Affiliations

Teacher  - San Francisco Bay Area

Recent News  

We also invited Mr. Elijah Reynolds, Arabic lecturer at the Santa Clara University, USA, as a keynote speaker.
Mr. Elijah Reynolds Mr. Elijah Reynolds is a PhD Candidate in Linguistics from Indiana University where his dissertation is on Arabic phonology. He completed the BA in Linguistics at IU in 2004 and the MA in Near Eastern Languages & Cultures at IU in 2007 under the close supervision of Dr. Salman al-Ani. Mr. Reynolds currently serves the Department of Modern Languages and Literatures at Santa Clara University as a Lecturer, and he is an affiliated faculty member to the Arabic, Islamic, and Middle East Studies Program. Primarily, teaches Modern Standard and Levantine Arabic, as well as topics on Arabic sociolinguistics, Arab Identity, and the Qur'an. He is a Visiting Faculty and Curriculum Developer at Bayan Claremont Islamic University where he teaches Classical and Modern Arabic online. His primary research is in Arabic phonology and morphology, while his secondary field of research addresses the Muslim intellectual tradition of linguistics, namely arf, Naw, Balgha, and methods of Quran interpretation and exegesis - Tafsr and Ta'wl. In his copious free time, Mr. Reynolds run the Academy of Quranic Linguistics in the San Francisco Bay Area where he teaches and gives lectures on contemporary linguistic approaches to the Quran in light of the classical Islamic tradition of Tafsr.

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We are pleased to announce Mr. Elijah Reynolds (Santa Clara University) and Mr. Taoufiq Cherkaoui (University of Cambridge) as this year's plenary speakers.
Mr. Elijah Reynolds is a PhD Candidate in Linguistics from Indiana University where his dissertation is on Arabic phonology. He completed the BA in Linguistics at IU in 2004 and the MA in Near Eastern Languages & Cultures at IU in 2007 under the close supervision of Dr. Salman al-Ani. Mr. Reynolds currently serves the Department of Modern Languages and Literatures at Santa Clara University as a Lecturer, and he is an affiliated faculty member to the Arabic, Islamic, and Middle East Studies Program. Primarily, teaches Modern Standard and Levantine Arabic, as well as topics on Arabic sociolinguistics, Arab Identity, and the Qur'an. He is a Visiting Faculty and Curriculum Developer at Bayan Claremont Islamic University where he teaches Classical and Modern Arabic online. His primary research is in Arabic phonology and morphology, while his secondary field of research addresses the Muslim intellectual tradition of linguistics, namely arf, Naw, Balgha, and methods of Quran interpretation and exegesis - Tafsr and Ta'wl. In his copious free time, Mr. Reynolds run the Academy of Quranic Linguistics in the San Francisco Bay Area where he teaches and gives lectures on contemporary linguistic approaches to the Quran in light of the classical Islamic tradition of Tafsr.

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We also invited Mr. Elijah Reynolds, Arabic lecturer at the Santa Clara University, USA, as a keynote speaker.
Mr. Elijah Reynolds Mr. Elijah Reynolds is a PhD Candidate in Linguistics from Indiana University where his dissertation is on Arabic phonology. He completed the BA in Linguistics at IU in 2004 and the MA in Near Eastern Languages & Cultures at IU in 2007 under the close supervision of Dr. Salman al-Ani. Mr. Reynolds currently serves the Department of Modern Languages and Literatures at Santa Clara University as a Lecturer, and he is an affiliated faculty member to the Arabic, Islamic, and Middle East Studies Program. Primarily, teaches Modern Standard and Levantine Arabic, as well as topics on Arabic sociolinguistics, Arab Identity, and the Qur'an. He is a Visiting Faculty and Curriculum Developer at Bayan Claremont Islamic University where he teaches Classical and Modern Arabic online. His primary research is in Arabic phonology and morphology, while his secondary field of research addresses the Muslim intellectual tradition of linguistics, namely ?arf, Na?w, Balagha, and methods of Quran interpretation and exegesis - Tafsir and Ta'wil. In his copious free time, Mr. Reynolds run the Academy of Quranic Linguistics in the San Francisco Bay Area where he teaches and gives lectures on contemporary linguistic approaches to the Quran in light of the classical Islamic tradition of Tafsir.

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