Salma Arraf-Baker

Salma Arraf-Baker

Salma Arraf-Baker has a PhD in Sociolinguistics, Language and Education Policies, an MA in English Language and an MA in French Language and Literature. She has taught at higher education institutions in Germany and the United States of America, is an independent researcher and writer and has translated from and to English, French, German, Arabic and Hebrew


Palestinian Heritage … An Act of Resistance and a Battle for Existence
In the context of hegemony and occupation, the preservation of cultural heritage is at the heart of the national struggle due to its association with memory and its role as a tool of resistance against the obliteration and falsification of the history of the Palestinian people.
The Nation-State Law and the Deprivation of the Arabic Language from Official Status in Israel
The Nation-State Law doesn’t represent something new but it strengthens the effects of existing practices by granting them a constitutional status, an example, par excellence, of the detrimental effects of ideology, especially of a dominant group on the fate of a subject group

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