I am the lecturer of Arabic at Santa Clara University. I am very dedicated and passionate about teaching, and my students are always my top priority. Feel free to stop by my office or email me any questions about Arabic language, culture, and/or literature, and I will be very happy to answer them.
Research Interests: Prison Literature, Trauma Studies, Testimonials, Arab Spring, Refugees, Arabic Literature, Translation, War Literature
Arabic Language (ARAB 1, 2, 3, 21, 22 , 23)
Arabic Culture and Identity (ARAB 137)
- Kadalah, Mohammed. Rev. of Concerto Al-Quds by Adonis. World Literature Today, 2017. https://www.worldliteraturetoday.org/2018/january/concerto-al-quds-adonis
- Kadalah, Mohammed. “The Representation of the Syrian Revolution in Literature” Warscapes Online Magazine. 2016. http://www.warscapes.com/literature/representation-syrian-revolution-literature
- Kadalah, Mohammed. “The Impact of Arabic Literature on the Pre-Arab Spring Time Period” International Journal of Arts and Sciences 7: 5. 439–448.
- Kadalah, Mohammed. 'A Story From Homs'. Voices Of The Arab Spring. Assad Al-Saleh. 1st ed. New York: Columbia University Press, 2015. 217-22.