Terri DeYoung

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Department of Middle Eastern Languages and Cultures; Modern and classical Arabic literature, modern standard Arabic language, pedagogy, comparative literature, post-colonial literary theory.

Terri DeYoung is a Professor in the Department of Middle Eastern Languages and Cultures at the University of Washington, Seattle. Her academic experience includes overseas research in Egypt, Syria, and Morocco, and she teaches selected courses in Modern Arabic Prose and Poetry and Classical Arabic Literature in Translation.


  • University of California-Berkeley, Ph.D., 1988
  • American University in Cairo, M.A., 1981
  • Princeton University, B.A., 1977