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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
  • 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
  • Terri DeYoung, MAHMUD SAMI AL-BARUDI: RECONFIGURING SOCIETY AND THE SELF, Syracuse University Press, 2015, 423 pages. Learn more
  • Harrington, Lydia, "Architecture and Nation-Building in Mid-20th Century Urban Turkey and Iraq" (2014). Thesis. Learn more
  • “Muhammad as Ethical Role Model,” Muhammad in History, Thought, and Culture: An Encyclopedia of the Prophet of God (2 volumes). Ed Coeli Fitzpatrick. & Adam Walker (Santa Barbara: ABC Clio Press, 2014): 169-173.  Learn more
  • Terri DeYoung and Mary St. Germain (eds.), ESSAYS IN ARABIC LITERARY BIOGRAPHY, 925-1350, Harrassowitz Verlag, 2011, 371 pages 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
  • Since 1948: Israeli Literature in the Making, eds. Nancy E. Berg and Naomi B. Sokoloff (SUNY Press, 2020), in press. Learn more
  • “The Qur’an,” (Terri DeYoung co-authored with Ali Atef Mian, University of Florida) for The Wiley Blackwell Companion to World Literature, ed. Ken Seigneurie January 15, 2020 (forthcoming)  Learn more
  • "Les gitons d’Istanbul à la fin du XVIII e siècle: Extrait du Hubanname d’Enderunlu Fazıl bey," co-edited with Irvin Cemil Schick, in Les Ottomans par eux-memes, edited by Elisabetta borromeo and Nicolas Vatin (Paris, France: Les Belles Lettres, 2019) Learn more
  • "Les gitons d’Istanbul à la fin du XVIII e siècle: Extrait du Hubanname d’Enderunlu Fazıl bey," co-edited entry in Les Ottomans par eux-memes, edited by Elizabetta Borromeo and Nicolas Vatin (Paris, France: Les Belles Lettres, 2019) Learn more
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