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Terri L. DeYoung

Terri Deyoung

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(206) 543-6184
Denny 246
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Ph.D., 1988, UC Berkeley
M.A., 1981 American University in Cairo
B.A. cum laude, 1977 Princeton University
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Professor DeYoung was born and raised in Seattle. She has traveled, studied and lived in Egypt, Israel, the Sudan, Syria, and Morocco as well as all parts of the United States. She has published four books and more than forty peer-reviewed articles on topics related to Arabic language, literature and cultural history. She is currently at work on a project examining the works of Khalil Mutran, the great Egypto-Lebanese Romantic poet. At the beginning of 2017, she accepted a three-year position as Associate Editor for the Review of Middle East Studies. In Spring 2017, she was elected as a Faculty Senator, representing the Asian Languages and Literature, French and Italian Studies, Near Eastern Languages and Culture, and Spanish and Portuguese Studies Departments.


Selected Research

Courses Taught

NE 530 A Nationalism and Colonialism in the Modern Arabic Novel--Winter 2018

NE 531 A Thousand and One Nights--Winter 2018

ARAB 600 Special Studies in Arabic--Autumn 2017 and Winter 2018

NE 600 Special Studies--Autumn 2017

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