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AUB Faculty Book Publications: 2019-Present: English Language and Literature

Explore monograph and chapter publications authored, edited, or translated by AUB faculty and staff between 2019 and to date.

Books by year

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Maude, K. (2021). Addressing women in early medieval religious texts. D. S. Brewer. Available at UL


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Mejcher-Atassi, S., & Myers, R. (Eds.). (2021). The theatre of Sa'dallah Wannous: A critical study of the Syrian playwright and public intellectual. Cambridge University Press. https://doi.org/10.1017/9781108973182 Available at UL

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Harb, S. S. (2020). Articulations of resistance: Transformative practices in contemporary Arab-American poetry. Taylor & Francis. https://doi.org/10.4324/9780429350856 Available at UL

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Saab, N., & Myers, R. (2019). Modern and contemporary political theater from the Levant: A critical anthology. Brill. Available at UL


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Wannous, S. (2019). Sentence to hope: A Sa'dallah Wannous reader [translated from the Arabic and with an introduction by R. Myers & N. Saab]. Yale University Press. Available at UL

Book chapters by year

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Currell, D. (2022). Milton among the satirists. In C. Rosengren, P. Sivefors, & R. Wingård (Eds.), Changing satire: Transformations and continuities in Europe, 1600-1830 (pp. 139-161). Manchester University Press. https://www.jstor.org/stable/j.ctv2gvdmgw

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Issa, R. (2021). Missionary philology and the invention of Bibleland. In R. J. Zorgati & A. Bohlin (Eds.), Tracing the Jerusalem code. Volume 3: The Promised Land: Christian cultures in modern Scandinavia (ca. 1750-ca. 1920) (pp. 309-327). De Gruyter. https://doi.org/10.1515/9783110639476-017 Available at UL

Mejcher-Atassi, S. (2021). Unpacking Wannous' Library. In S. Mejcher-Atassi & R. Myers (Eds.), The theatre of Sa'dallah Wannous: A critical study of the Syrian playwright and public intellectual (pp. 165-185). Cambridge University Press. https://doi.org/10.1017/9781108973182.011 Available at UL

Myers, R., & Saab, N. (2021). Wannous and Brecht: The playwright as political activist. In S. Mejcher-Atassi & R. Myers (Eds.), The theatre of Sa'dallah Wannous: A critical study of the Syrian playwright and public intellectual (pp. 34-56). Cambridge University Press. https://doi.org/10.1017/9781108973182.004 Available at UL

Zenger, A., & Pill, J. (2021). Moments of intersection, rupture, tension: Writing and academic disciplines in the semiperiphery. In M. Gustafsson & A. Eriksson (Eds.), Negotiating the intersections of writing and writing instruction (pp. 259-282). University Press of Colorado. https://doi.org/10.37514/int-b.2022.1466.2.09 

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Awada, G. M., Diab, H. B., & Faour, K. H. (2020). Effect of GI and Glogster on improving the intercultural communication skills in higher education. In Information Resources Management Association (Ed.), Multicultural instructional design: Concepts, methodologies, tools, and applications (pp. 576-604). IGI Global. https://doi.org/10.4018/978-1-5225-9279-2.ch027 Available at UL

Baalbaki, R., Fakhreddine, J., Khoury, M., & Riman, S. (2020). Arabic, as a home language, acts as a resource in an English writing class: Borrowing translation strategies in a first year writing course. In A. Frost, J. E. Kiernan, & S. Blum Malley (Eds.), Translingual dispositions: Globalized approaches to the teaching of writing (pp. 225-247). WAC Clearinghouse & University Press of Colorado. https://doi.org/10.37514/INT-B.2020.0438.2.10

Jarkas, N., & Charafeddine, F. (2020). Redesigning a writing-intensive graduate course: An information literacy case study at AUB. In M. Stöpel, L. Piotto, X. Goodman, & S. Godbey (Eds.), Faculty-librarian collaborations: Integrating the information literacy framework into disciplinary courses. Association of College and Research Libraries.