Habiba Boumlik (LaGuardia Community College)

Habiba Boumlik is a Professor of languages and literature at LaGuardia Community College. She teaches French, Arabic, Spanish, and Middle Eastern and North African Cinema. Her research interests encompass francophone literatures, North African immigration to France, Moroccan Judaism, and Amazigh identity. She is the founder of the New York Forum of Amazigh Film (www.nyfaf.com), an annual film festival celebrating the culture, history and diversity of the Imazighen/Berbers through film. Her publications include: Teaching Representations of the French Revolution. (pp. 87-96). New York: Modern Language Association of America (2019). Boumlik, H., & Kietlinski, R. (2019). Teaching the French Revolution at a community college: challenges and benefits. In J. V. Douthwaite (Eds),