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  • Terri DeYoung, "Ibn: Hazm: Friendship, Love and the Quest for Justice," Muhsin J. Musawi (ed.), ARABIC LITERATURE FOR THE CLASSROOM, Routledge, 2017: 237-253. Learn more
  • Samad Alavi, "Living in Lyric: The Task of Translating a Modernist Ghazal" in Persian Language, Literature and Culture: New Leaves, Fresh Looks  ed. Kamran Talattof, Routledge, 2015 Learn more
  • Terri DeYoung (trans.) and Issa J. Boullata (trans.), THREE TREATISES ON THE I'JAZ OF THE QUR'AN: by Al-Khattabi, al-Rummani and 'Abd al-Qahir al-Jurjani, Garnet Publishing, 2015, 147 pages. Learn more
  • Naomi Sokoloff, "Rereading David Grossman’s See Under : Love,"  Prooftexts 35:1 (2015): 1-12. Learn more
  • “Israel in Jewish American Literature. In The Cambridge Encyclopedia of Jewish American Literature. Ed. Hannah Wirth. Cambridge University Press, 2015. Learn more
  • Terri DeYoung (trans.) and Issa J. Boullata (trans.), IBN 'ABD RABBIH: THE UNIQUE NECKLACE (AL-'IQD AL-FARID), Vol. III. Garnet Publishing, 2011, 317 pages. Learn more
  • Naomi Sokoloff, The Boundaries of Jewish Identity, Co-edited with Susan Glenn (University of Washington Press, 2010).  Learn more
  • Terri DeYoung (trans.) and Issa J. Boullata (trans.), IBN 'ABD RABBIH: THE UNIQUE NECKLACE, VOL. II, Garnet Publishing, 2009, 327 pages. Learn more
  • Kuru, Selim S. "Sex in the Text: Deli Birader's Dâfi'ü 'l-gumûm ve Râfi'ü 'l-humûm and the Ottoman Literary Canon." Middle Eastern Literatures 10, no. 2 (August 2007): 157-174. Learn more
  • Naomi Sokoloff, The Jewish Presence in Children's Literature. Edited, with an introduction, with Suzanne Rahn. A special issue of The Lion and the Unicorn 27, 3 (September 2003 - Johns Hopkins University Press)  Learn more
  • Williams, Michael A. "Book Reviews and Notes." Church History 68, no. 3 (September 1999): 675. Learn more
  • Naomi Sokoloff, Imagining the Child in Modern Jewish Fiction (Johns Hopkins University Press, 1992). Learn more
  • Andrews, Walter G. "World literature in review: Arabic." World Literature Today 65, no. 4 (September 1991): 758. Learn more
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