Dr. Sami Shamma has been teaching Arabic for over 20 years. He has taught Modern Standard Arabic and Qur’anic Arabic at several colleges and universities including Manhattanville College, Trinity College (Hartford, CT) and Hartford International University for Religion and Peace.
He taught graduate courses in Islamic Law, Islamic Public Speaking, and Major Themes of the Bible and the Qur’an. He authored two Arabic grammar books as well as edited two others.
He currently serves as a chaplain with the Connecticut Department of Corrections where he has taught Arabic to incarcerated individuals. Additionally, Dr. Shamma has an extensive background in international business.
He has lived in 12 different countries and has visited over 85.