Prof. Malik S.H.A

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S.H.A. Malik, B.A., M.A., Ph.D., ( Ibadan), H. Dip., M.T.A.N.A., K.S.U ( Riyadh)

Professor

(234-8052084541).

CURRICULUM VITAE

NAME:        Prof. Sayed H.A. Malik, B.A. (Hons), Ph.D, (Ibadan), Higher Diploma (KSU, Riyadh)

AREA OF SPECIALISATION:    Arabic Phonetics and Phonology, Arabic Dialectology, Teaching Arabic as a Foreign Language 

OFFICE:      Room 130, Upper Floor, Faculty of Arts Annex,

Department of Arabic and Islamic Studies, Faculty of Arts, University of Ibadan, Nigeria. 

TELEPHONE:        +234(0)8033112272, +234(0)8054811148

E-MAIL:       tundemalik2007@yahoo.com

CURRENT RESEARCH PROJECT:

Integration of Arabic Schools into the Universal Basic Education System in the south-West States of Nigeria.

PUBLICATIONS:

A)  Books Already Published:

1)       Malik, S.H.A. 1980:       Arabic Studies (Joint Admissions Tests for all Higher Entrance Examinations), Ibadan, African Universities Press.

2)       Malik, S.H.A. 1981:       Yasin Walqur’an, Ilesanmi Press and Sons, (Nig.) Ltd.

3)       Malik, S.H.A. 1982:       A Guide to Arabic Composition (in Arabic and English) Book One, Lagos, Islamic Publications, Bureau.

4)       Malik, S.H.A. 1982:       A Guide to Arabic Composition (in Arabic and English) Book Two, Lagos, Islamic Publications, Bureau.

5)       Malik, S.H.A. 1988:       Arabic Composition (in Arabic), External Studies Programme, Department of Adult Education, University of Ibadan.

6)       Malik, S.H.A. 1988:       The Morphology of Arabic (in Arabic), External Studies Programme, Department of Adult Education, University of Ibadan.

7)       Malik, S.H.A. 1991:       Arabic Grammar II (in Arabic), External Studies Programme, Department of Adult Education, University of Ibadan.

8)       Malik, S.H.A. 1992:       Arabic Reading for Beginners (in Arabic), External Studies Programme, Department of Adult Education, University of Ibadan.

9)       Malik, S.H.A. 1992:       The Qur’an I, External Studies Programme, Department of Adult Education, University of Ibadan.

10)     Malik, S.H.A. 1992:       Arabic Phonetics and Phonology, External Studies Programme, Department of Adult Education, University of Ibadan.

11)     Malik, S.H.A. 1992:       Beginners Intermediate Arabic Reading, External Studies Programme, Department of Adult Education, University of Ibadan.

12)     Malik, S.H.A. 1994:       Arabic Series for Pupils (in Arabic); Book Five, University Press Plc, Ibadan.

13)     Malik, S.H.A. 1994:       Arabic Series for Pupils (in Arabic); Book Six, University Press Plc, Ibadan.

14)     Malik, S.H.A. 1994:       Arabic Series for Pupils (in Arabic); Teachers Book, University Press Plc, Ibadan.

15)     Malik, S.H.A. 2005:       Intermediate Arabic Composition (in Arabic), University Press Plc, Ibadan.

16)     Malik, S.H.A. 2005:       Advanced Arabic Composition (in Arabic), University Press Plc, Ibadan.

17)     Malik, S.H.A. et. al. 2008:         The Rope of Allah (Islamic Studies for Primary Schools) UBE Edition, Book One, University Press Plc, Ibadan.

18)     Malik, S.H.A. et. al. 2008:         The Rope of Allah (Islamic Studies for Primary Schools) UBE Edition, Book Two, University Press Plc, Ibadan.

19)     Malik, S.H.A. et. al. 2008:         The Rope of Allah (Islamic Studies for Primary Schools) UBE Edition, Book Three, University Press Plc, Ibadan.

20)     Malik, S.H.A. et. al. 2008:         The Rope of Allah (Islamic Studies for Primary Schools) UBE Edition, Book Four, University Press Plc, Ibadan.

21)     Malik, S.H.A. et. al. 2008:         The Rope of Allah (Islamic Studies for Primary Schools) UBE Edition, Book Five, University Press Plc, Ibadan.

22)     Malik, S.H.A. et. al. 2008:         The Rope of Allah (Islamic Studies for Primary Schools) UBE Edition, Book Six, University Press Plc, Ibadan.

23)     Malik, S.H.A. 2009:       Arabic for Primary Schools (Universal Basic Education Edition), Book One, University Press Plc. Ibadan.

24)     Malik, S.H.A. 2009:       Arabic for Primary Schools (Universal Basic Education Edition), Book Two, University Press Plc. Ibadan.

25)     Malik, S.H.A. 2009:       Arabic for Primary Schools (Universal Basic Education Edition), Book Three, University Press Plc. Ibadan.

26)     Malik, S.H.A. 2009:       Arabic for Primary Schools (Universal Basic Education Edition), Book Four, University Press Plc. Ibadan.

27)     Malik, S.H.A. 2009:       Arabic for Primary Schools (Universal Basic Education Edition), Book Five, University Press Plc. Ibadan.

28)     Malik, S.H.A. 2009:       Arabic for Primary Schools (Universal Basic Education Edition), Book Six, University Press Plc. Ibadan.

 

 

 

B)      Articles that have already Appeared in the Learned Journals/Proceedings of Conferences of Learned Societies:

29)     Malik, S.H.A. 1977:       “The Pronunciation Difficulties of Nigerian Learners of Arabic”, NATAIS No. 1, pp. 12-24.

30)     Malik, S.H.A. 1977:       “The Teaching of Arabic in Post-Primary Institutions and a Demonstration Lesson of It”, Teachers of Arabic and Islamic Studies in Post-Primary institutions organized by the University of Ilorin in collaboration with the Kwara State Ministry of Education, pp. 83-98.

31)     Malik, S.H.A. 1980:       “Towards the Improvement of the Teaching of Arabic as a Foreign Language”, Al-Fikr Vol. 1, pp, 32-39

32)     Malik, S.H.A. 1981:       “A Re-examination of Issue of Standard Arabic Versus Colloquial Arabic” (in Arabic), al-Fikr, Vol. II, p. 1-11

33)     Malik, S.H.A. 1982:       “A Phonetic and Phonological Comparison of Standard Arabic and Egyptian Arabic”, NATAIS, Vol. II, No. 3, pp. 43-57

34)     Malik, S.H.A. 1983:       “Assimilation and Elision in Standard Arabic”, al-Fikr, Vol. III, No. 1, pp. 37-44

35)     Malik, S.H.A. 1983:       “A Historical Survey of Arabic Language in Egypt”, Al-Fikr, Vol. IV, No. 1, pp. 8-13

36)     Malik, S.H.A. 1984:       “The Status of the Pharyngalised Consonant Phonemes in Standard Arabic”, Al-Fikr, Vol. V, No. 1, pp. 29-32.

37)     Malik, S.H.A. 1985:       “The Place of Arabic in the Junior Secondary School Curriculum and its Relevance to Islamic Studies Curriculum”, Al-Fikr, No. 6, pp. 22-31.

38)     Malik, S.H.A. 1986:       “The Patterns of Some Derived Verbs in the Arabic Language (in Arabic)”, al-Fikr, No. 7, pp. 41-45

39)     Malik, S.H.A. 1987:       “A Contrastive Study of the Phonology of Arabic and Yoruba (in Arabic)”, Al-Fikr, No. 8, pp. 1-13

40)     Malik, S.H.A. 1988:       “The Arabic and English Sentences in the Light of the Theories of the Modern Schools of Grammar” (in Arabic), al-Bayan (Journal of the Association of the Men of Letters in Kuwait), No. 271, pp. 32-44

41)     Malik, S.H.A. 1988:       “A Critical Survey of Pre-Islamic Literacy Arabic Prose”, Al-Fikr, No. 9, pp. 13-28

42)     Malik, S.H.A. 1988:       “The problems of the Teaching of Arabic Language in the South-Western Part of Nigeria” (in Arabic), Al-Dirasat Al-Islamiyaay: Arabic Journal of the Islamic University. Islamabad, Pakistan), Vol. XXIII, No. 4, pp. 29-40

43)     Malik, S.H.A. 1988:       “The Impact of Islam on Classical Arabic Literature” Journal of Arabic and Religious Studies, University of Ilorin, Vol. 5, pp. 39-53

44)     Malik, S.H.A. 1988:       “Bilingual Dictionaries and their Place in the Teaching of Arabic to non-Arabs”, al-Fikr, No. 10, pp. 89-108

45)     Malik, S.H.A. 1990:       “Arabic in Nigeria: A Veritable Heritage” Aesthetics and Utilitarianism in Languages and Literatures, Lagos State University, pp. 59-66

46)     Malik, S.H.A. 1995:       “The Impact of Arabic on the Linguistic and Cultural Life of Yoruba People”, Language in Nigeria: Essays in Honour of Ayo Bamgbose (ed.) Kola Owolabi (Group Publisher, Ibadan), pp. 424-439.

47)     Malik, S.H.A. 1998:       “Preservation and Dissemination of Arabic and Islamic Cultural Heritage: A Challenge to the Muslim Youth” Muslim Youth and Contemporary Challenges, Vol. IV (Riyadh, Matba’atu Maktab at-Tarbiyyatil Arabiy Li Duwalil Khalij), pp. 1-34

48)     Malik, S.H.A. 1999:       “Arabic, The Muslim Prayers and Beyond” (An Inaugural Lecture Delivered at the University of Ibadan, on Thursday, 16 September, 1999), Ibadan University Press, Ibadan.

49)     Malik, S.H.A. 2001:       “Shari’ah: A Legal System and a Way of Life” Perspectives in Islamic Law and Jurisprudence, (NAMLAS), pp. 25-43

50)     Malik, S.H.A. 2005:       “The Challenges of Globalization, Modernity and Technology to Islamic Religious Curricula” (Kuala Lumpur, IIUM), pp. 143-153

51)     Malik, S.H.A. 2007:       “The Role of Arabic in the Dissemination of Arabic and Islamic Civilization in non-Arab Countries (in Arabic), Dār At-Tajdid (Kuala Lumpur), pp. 377-396.

52)     Malik, S.H.A. 2009:       “Contribution of Arabic to Language Development in Nigeria”, al-Mirqot, Vol. 1, No. 1, pp. 21-28

 

MAJOR CONFERENCES ATTENDED AT WHICH PAPERS WERE PRESENTED:

1)       First International Conference on Arabic Language and Literature, International Islamic University, Malaysia, 28-30 November, 2007.

2)       International Conference on Islam, Terrorism and African Development, University of Ibadan, 7-10 February, 2006.

3)       International Seminar on Religious Curricula in the Muslim World: Challenges and Prospects, International Islamic University, Malaysia, 5-8 September, 2006.

4)       Corruption in the Workplace Conference, Johannesburg, South Africa, 15-17 October, 2001.

5)       The 8th International Conference of world Assembly of Muslim Youth under the Theme: Muslim Youth and Contemporary Challenges, Amman, Jordan, 20-23 October, 2001.

6)       International Conference on Standard Arabic in the 21st century: Linguistic Issues and Challenges, International Islamic University, Malaysia, 24-26 August, 1996.

7)       Conference of Experts on Using of Arabic Script in Writing the Languages of Muslim Peoples, Sokoto, Nigeria, 14-21 February, 1993.

8)       Assembly of the World Religious, San Francisco, California, USA, 15-21 August, 1990

9)       Lagos State University Conference of Languages, Linguistics and Literatures, Lagos, 29 August – 1 September, 1998.

10)     Annual Conference of the Nigerian Association of Teachers of Arabic and Islamic Studies, Ilorin, August, 1976.

 

CONTACT ADDRESSES:

 1)                Prof. Sayed H.A. Malik                  (2)      Prof. Sayed H.A. Malik

        Dept. of Arabic and                                     P.O. Box 20477

        Islamic Studies                                            University of Ibadan Post Office

                                University of Ibadan,                         Ibadan, Nigeria.

                                Ibadan, Nigeria.                                 

 

Tel: 08033112272/08054811148

E-mail: tundemalik2007@yahoo.com

 

 

 

 

 

 

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