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CURRICULUM VITAE

 

Name:                          لبني عبد التواب يوسف

                        Loubna Abdel-Tawab Youssef                 

Nationality:                 Egyptian

 

 

 

 

Email:                          loubna.youssef@edcu.edu.eg and loubnaay@gmail.com

 

Education: 

         

  • Ph.D. in English Literature in 1988 from Cairo University. Thesis: “The Evolution of Wordsworth’s Prelude”: A Study in the Growth of a Modern Epic”.

  نشأة وتطور المقدمة للشاعر وليم وردزورث باعتبارها ملحمة حديثة

  • MA in Liberal Arts, St. John’s College, Santa Fe, New Mexico, 1982. Title of Thesis:  “On the Breakdown of Love In Shakespeare’s Troilus and Criseyde
  • BA in English Language and Literature, (with highest honors) from the English Department, Faculty of Arts, Cairo University, 1979.

 

Present Occupation:  

 

  • Vice Dean of Postgraduate Studies and Research, Faculty of Arts, Cairo University, December 2014 until now.
  • Rapporteur of the Promotion Committee of the English Language and Literature Division, Supreme Council of Universities, Egypt, since March 2013 until now.
  • Acting Chairman of the Department of English Language and Literature, Faculty of Arts, Cairo University from January until May 2008.
  • Secretary of the Faculty Council, Faculty of Arts, Cairo University, September 2013-2014.
  • Chair Elect of Department of English (http://edcu.edu.eg/), Faculty of Arts (http://arts.cu.edu.eg/), Cairo University (http://cuportal.cu.edu.eg/ar/) since September 2011 until December 2014.
  • Coordinator of the Department of English and Translation, the Open University, Cairo University from September 2011-January 2015.
  • Affiliate Member of the American Academy of Liberal Education (AALE) International Division http://www.aale.org/
  • Coordinator of the Department of English, Open Education Center, Cairo University (http://ou.cu.edu.eg/)
  • Professor of English in the Department of English Language and Literature, Faculty of Arts, Cairo University, in 2001.

 

 

 

 

Academic Responsibilities:

 

  • Coordinator, the Accreditation Committee, Department of English, Faculty of Arts, Cairo University, 2010 until now. Produced the first two Student Handouts (2009 and 2012) and the first Self-Study of the Department of English Language and Literature in March 2012.
  • Referee, Promotion Committee, Supreme Council of Universities since 2006.
  • Member of the Promotion Committee, Supreme Council of Universities since March 2012.
  • Member of the Faculty Council of Faculty of Arts, Cairo University from 2010 until now.
  • Secretary of the Faculty Council of Faculty of Arts, Cairo University in 2013-2014.
  • Member of the Postgraduate Affairs Committee, the Undergraduate Affairs Committee, the Cultural Affairs Committee and the Environmental Affairs and Community Services Committee of the Faculty of Arts, Cairo University from 2010 until now.
  • Member of the Faculty Council of the Department of English, Faculty of Arts, Cairo University from 1988-2010.
  • Member of the Faculty Council of Faculty of Arts, Cairo University in 2001-2002.
  • Member of the Faculty Council of Faculty of Arts, Cairo University in 2007-2008.
  • Member of the Faculty Council of the Faculty of Languages and Translation, 6th October University from 2008 until now.
  • Consultant and External Evaluator of the Faculty of Languages and Translation, 6th October University in preparation for the Egyptian Accreditation Council (EGAC) from 2008 until now.
  • Supervisor of the Essay and Comprehension courses in the Department of English Language and Literature, Faculty of Arts, Cairo University from 2001-06.
  • Supervisor of the Poetry courses in the Department of English from 2001 until June 2010.
  • Coordinator of the fourth year Practical Criticism course in 2008-2009.

 

Editor:

 

  • Editor of “Essays in Honour of Aida Shaarawy” Cairo Studies, 2015.

 

  • Editor in Chief of the Bulletin of the Faculty of Arts since December 2014.

 

  • Editor of the English Section of the Proceedings of the “Liberty and Human Rights” Conference, Faculty of Arts, Cairo University, 2014.

 

  • Co-editor of Toward, Around and Away From Tahrir: Tracking Expressions of Emerging Egyptian Identity with Emily Golson and Amanda Fields of the Department of Rhetoric and Composition at the American University in Cairo. Due to be published by April 2014 by Cambridge Scholars Press.

 

  • Co-editor with Salwa Kamel of the Proceedings of the Twelfth International Symposium on Comparative Literature on “Creativity and Revolution” published in November 2014.

 

  • Co-editor with Awad Ghobary and Zainab Ibrahim of the Proceedings of “Internationalizing the Arabic Language”, 2015-2016.

 

  • Editor of Cairo Studies, 2013 and reprint in 2014.

 

  • Co-editor of Al Rowad: The Eminent Scholars Series: Essays in Language and Literature in Honour of M.M.Enani. Volume Four. Co-Editor: Maher S. Farid. Cairo University, 2012.

 

Academic Publications:  

 

  • “Balãgha or Western Rhetoric? The Language of the Tahrir Square Revolution” in Toward, Around and Away From Tahrir: Tracking Expressions of Emerging Egyptian Identity. Cambridge: CSP, 2014.

 

  • “Notes on the Friday Noon Prayer” in Toward, Around and Away From Tahrir: Tracking Expressions of Emerging Egyptian Identity. Cambridge: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2014.

 

  • “English on the Nile: Same or different?” Nile TESOL Proceedings, 2015.

 

  • “Junkies on the Nile: Can the Translator of A ¼ Gram be Invisible?” By Omaya Khalifa and Loubna A. Youssef in “Essays in Honour of Mohamed Enani” with Maher Shafik Farid for Cairo University: Center for Foreign Languages and Professional Translation. 2012.

 

  • “Islamic Discourse: Shari’a or Islamic Law?” published in Logos: Translation of Social Science Problems and Solutions. Cairo University: Center for Foreign Languages and Professional Translation, 2008.

 

  • “Cultural Contexts: Egyptian Translators of English Romantic Poetry.”  Essays in Honour of Amin el-Ayouti. Cairo: The Department of English Language and Literature, Faculty of Arts, Cairo University, 2002.

 

  • “Florence Nightingale’s Letter from Egypt: An Imperialist Discourse” in Egypt Through the Eye of Travellers. Durham: Austene, 2001.

 

  • “The Image of Nineteenth Century Cairo as a Medieval City in Kinglake’s  Eothen”. Interpreting the Orient: Travellers in Egypt and the Near East. Editors Paul and Janet Starkey. Lebanon: Ithaca Press, 2001.

 

  •  “Burton’s Portrait of the Egyptian Character in Personal Narrative of a Pilgrimage to Al-Madinah and Meccah” in Essays in Honour of Hoda Shaker Gindi.  Cairo: University of Cairo, 2000.

 

  • “Modern Images of the Sea in Derek Walcott’s Omeros.Proceedings of the Sixth International Symposium on Comparative Literature. Cairo: The Department of English Language and Literature, Faculty of Arts, Cairo University, 2000.

 

  • “Teaching ‘Form’ in English Verse to Arabic Poetry Readers” in Diversity in Language. Eds. Zeinab Ibrahim, Nagwa Kassabgy and Sabiha Aydelott. Cairo: American University in Cairo Press, 2000.

 

  • “The Translation of the Term ‘Mubin’ in Surat Yasin in Yusuf Ali and Pickthall” in Proceedings of the Fifth International Symposium on Comparative Literature: Translation. Cairo: The Department of English Language and Literature, Faculty of Arts, Cairo University, 1999.

 

  • “The Inhabitants of Cairo in Travel Literature” read in the Conference “Travelers in Egypt and the Near East at St. Catherine’s College: Oxford, July 1997.

 

  •  “Wordsworth’s ‘Breathings for Incommunicable Powers’.” Cairo Studies in English: Essays in Honour of Magdi Wahba, Cairo: The Anglo Egyptian Bookshop, 1997. 207-230.

 

  • “The Image of the Nile in Three Sonnets by Hunt, Keats and Shelley.” Proceedings of the Second International Symposium on Comparative Literature: Encounters in Language and Literature, Cairo: The Department of English Language and Literature, Faculty of Arts, Cairo University, 1993. 385-396.

 

  • “History in the Ballads of Six Minor War Poets in the Western Desert in WW II.” Proceedings of the Third International Symposium on Comparative Literature: History in Literature. Cairo: The Department of English Language and Literature, Faculty of Arts, Cairo University, 1995. 113-126.

 

  • “‘Vacant Darkness’: An Approach to the Imagery of Vacancy in Tennyson’s In Memoriam in the Context of Modernism.” Cairo Studies in English: Essays in Honour of Angele B. Samaan. Cairo: The Department of English Language and Literature, Faculty of Arts, Cairo University, 1995. 109-132.

 

  • “Akhenaten, the Pharaoh-Poet as Hero: A Study of the Image of the Ancient Egyptian God-King Akhenaten as an Epic Hero in Mahfouz and Drury” in Proceedings of the First International Symposium on Comparative Literature: History in Literature. Cairo: The Department of English Language and Literature, Faculty of Arts, Cairo University, 1990.

 

Previous Positions:    

 

  • Coordinator of TOT: taught (curriculum design and development and setting exams) full time at Cairo University from 2001-2006.
  1. Undergraduates: Poetry, Practical Criticism and Civilization/Culture
  2. Graduates: Poetry, Bibliography and Research. 
  • Associate Professor in the Department of English, Cairo University, 1996 until 2001 teaching and coordinating Poetry courses and coordinating English Language and Literature courses taught in Department of Archeology and Department of Mass Communication.
  • Full time secondment from Cairo University to the Freshman Writing Program and The Writing Program, ECLT, the American University in Cairo from 1994-2001.  
  • Affiliate Professor, Part-time at the Freshman Writing Program and The Writing Program (English and Comparative Literature Department), and Department of Rhetoric and Composition at the American University in Cairo from 2001 to 2009.
  • Full time secondment from the Department of English Language and Literature, Faculty of Arts, Cairo University to the Department of Rhetoric and Composition, the American University in Cairo, 2010-2011.  
  • Lecturer in the Department of English, Cairo University, 1988 until 1996, teaching Poetry, Criticism and Civilization.
  • Part-time instructor of teaching English as a Foreign Language (adult education) in the Department for Public Service (DPS) at the American University in Cairo from 1979 until 1983).
  • Graduate Assistant at the University of Maryland, College Park, 1983.
  • Assistant Lecturer in the Department of English, Cairo University, from 1983 until 1988, teaching Introduction to Literature, Poetry, English Literary Texts to Undergraduates of the French and German Departments.
  • Part time announcer and newsreader at the Overseas Program at Cairo Radio from 1980-1990 and part time newsreader, announcer and trainer of announcers at the Local European Service of Cairo Radio from 1982-1995.
  • Scriptwriter of two weekly cultural programs on the Local European Service of Cairo Radio: “Egyptian Treasures” (from 1983-1997) and “The 21st Century” (1988-1997). Recorded editions of the two programs in London, Paris, New York, Washington DC, and Cambridge and Oxford in England.
  • Demonstrator in the Department of English, Cairo University, 1979 until 1982, teaching Introduction to Literature, Introduction to Language, and Drama.

 

Teaching Experience:

 

  1. The Department of English, Cairo University:

Undergraduates:

  • Introduction to English Literature (freshman year): from 1979-1988
  • Introduction to English Literature (senior students in the French and German Department): 1986-8
  • Drama (juniors): from 1988-1990
  • Essay and Composition (seniors): from 1988-1993
  • English Poetry (sophomores, juniors, seniors): from 1988-1993 and from 2001-2010
  • Civilization (juniors): from 2001-2007
  • Practical Criticism (seniors): from 1988-1992 and from 2001-2010
  • Essay and Composition (seniors) 2011-2012

Graduates:

  • Bibliography: from 2001-2010
  • Poetry: 2005-6

     MA Program: 2011-2012

  • Non-fictional Prose
  • Poetry
  • Children Literature

Ph.D. Program: 2013-2014

  • Children Literature

 

  1. The American University in Cairo:
  • The Rhetoric and Composition Department: Rhet101-102-201
  • The Rhetoric and Composition Department: Capstone Course, community Based Learning: Rhet342 Writing Children’s Literature in Fall 2009, 2010, and 2011
  • Developed and taught Community Based Learning courses from 2009-2012.
  • The Writing Program: 101-102-103 from 2001-2006.
  • The Freshman Writing Program: 112 and 113 from 1993-2001.

 

Work in Progress:

 

  1. A research writing book for the students of Cairo University.
  2. Papers for: Internationalizing the Arabic Language at Cairo University (December 2013): Transliteration of Arabic: Hegemony Or Academic Accuracy and Global Access?

                                               

  • "نظم كتابة العربية بأحرف لاتينية وأثرها علي إتقان العربية. دقة أكاديمية أم هيمنة حضارية؟"

هيفاء خلف الله، مركز سيناء للدراسات الإسلامية ودراسات حوض البحر الأبيض المتوسط، لندن

ولبني عبد التواب يوسف، كلية الآداب، قسم اللغة الإنجليزية، جامعة القاهرة   

           

  • NORTH AFRICAN TRANSITION AND EMERGING ACTORS
    Naples, Italy, September 25-27 2014
  • Liberty and Human Rights International Conference, Faculty of Arts, Cairo University on 6-8 April 2013

الإسلام  وحرية الغناء: الشيخ يوسف الثوري في كان ابي معلما لعبد التواب يوسف

 

Academic Activities:

 

Conferences, Symposia, Workshops and Grants:

Took part in conferences in Egypt, England and USA.

 

  • Chair of the organizing committee of the Second International conference on “Liberty and Human Rights” held at the Faculty of Arts, Cairo University, from 4-6 April 2015.
  • Chair of the organizing committee of the International Comparative Literature symposium on Language and Literature of Resistance held from 11-13 November 2014.
  • African Studies Association in the United Kingdom at the University of Sussex held from 9-11 September 2014.
  • Nile TESOL Keynote Speech on 29th January 2014: TESOL: “A Way Forward English on the Nile: Same or different?”
  • Nile TESOL Workshop on 28th January 2014: “Balãgha or Rhetoric? The Language of the Tahrir Square Revolution”
  • Co-chair of the conference held with the Department of Arabic, Faculty of Arts, Cairo University on “Internationalizing the Arabic Language” from 28-30 December 2013.
  • Member of the organizing committee of the international conference on “Liberty and Human Rights” held from 6-8 April 2013.
  • Member of the organizing committee of the Liberty and Human Rights Conference held by the Faculty of Arts, Cairo University from 4-6 April 2015.
  • The Liberty Fund Colloquium entitled “Liberty and Revelation in The Holy Qur’an,” to be held May 16-19, 2013 in London, United Kingdom.
  • Member of the organizing committee of the Liberty and Human Rights Conference held by the Faculty of Arts, Cairo University from 6-8 April 2013.
  • Chair of the Eleventh International Conference on Comparative Literature, Department of English, Cairo University on 13-15th November 2012 entitled “Creativity and Revolution”
  • Co-chair with Hoda Elsadda of “Narrating the Arab Spring” Conference in February 2012 with the University of Manchester.
  • MESA Conference on 1st-4th December 2011 in Washington DC. Panel entitled “Sentiments of the January 2011 Revolution” and the title of my paper was “Researching the Egyptian Revolution: Humor in the 18 days in Medan El-Tahrir and Beyond”
  • Member of the organizing committee of the Fifth EURECA (Excellence in Undergraduate Research, Entrepreneurship, and Creative Achievement) conference at AUC in 2010 and 2011.
  • MESA Panel entitled “Thematic Conversation: Knowledge as Compromise: Issues in Translation,” at 8:30-10:30 am Saturday, 20th Nov. 2010, in MESA, at Manchester Grand Hyatt, San Diego. The session was organized by Michael Beard, Ph.D., University of North Dakota. The title of my presentation/paper is “Junkies on the Nile”, Essam Youssef’s Rob3 Gram in English: Can the Translator of A ¼ Gram be Invisible?”
  • Member of editorial committee and symposium organizing committee of the following publications of the Department of English Language and Literature, Cairo University: Proceedings of the First International Symposium on Comparative Literature, 1991, 93, 95, 97, 99, 2001, 2003, 2005 and 2008.
  • Presented a paper entitled  “Steps Toward Achieving Reform (STAR): on the role of Women” on 13th December, 2006 at The Bibliotheca Alexandrina during a conference organized by the Arab Reform Forum entitled the Alexandria Conference on Women: “Steps Toward Achieving Reform” (STAR).
  • Took part in a workshop entitled “Euro-Mediterranean Teacher Training Course on Religious Diversity: an Intercultural Perspective,” organized by the Anna Lindh Foundation, the Council of Europe and the Swedish Institute in Alexandria, Egypt, 20-24 November, 2006. Talk on 21st November entitled “Religious Diversity in the Classroom.”
  • Took part in Henrik Ibsen’s 100th Memorial Seminar entitled “Nora’s Sister-Freedom of Expression” on 29-30 October, 2006 at Bibliotheca Alexandria.
  • Attended “The Universality of Ibn Khaldun” conference organized by both The Higher Council for Culture in Cairo from 2-4th December and The Bibliotheca Alexandrina in Alexandria from 5-7th December, 2006.
  • Took part in “Conflict Resolution and the Culture of Peace” Workshop hosted by the Arab Reform Forum on 13-14th September, 2006 at the Library of Alexandria.
  • Symposium on “Islamic Legal Narrative: Exploring the Contemporary Study of Shari’a” held in July 2005” at the Islamic College in Ealing, West London. Paper: “Islamic Discourse: Shari’a or Islamic Law”.  
  • The Liberty Fund Colloquium in New Orleans, Louisiana, in 2005 on “The Interplay between Religion and Politics: Toleration and Liberty.”
  • Conducted ten workshops at the Ministry of Youth for public school teachers and their students who were recruited to take part in Life-Link Friendship Schools Campaign for Global Security that had one of its meetings in Alexandria in November 2005. Title of talk: “Peace and Sports in the Middle East” on Sunday, 13th November, 2005.
  • The Liberty Fund Colloquium in Hilton Head, South Carolina, in 2003 on “Islam and Democracy.”
  • “Cultural Contexts: Egyptian Translators of English Romantic Poetry” published in Cairo Studies in English, in 2002.
  • The Sixth International Symposium on Comparative Literature on “Modernism and Postmodernism: East and West,” Cairo University, Department of English, November 2000. My paper was entitled “Modern Images of the Sea in Derek Walcott’s Omeros.”                        
  • CDELT at Ain Shams University held in March 1996. Paper: “Interpreting Blake’s ‘Lamb’.”
  • Conference on “Travelers in Egypt and the Near East” at Newnham College, Cambridge, July 1999. Paper: “Florence Nightingale’s Letter from Egypt: an Imperialist Discourse.”
  • The First International Conference on Contrastive Rhetoric entitled “English and Arabic: Teaching English to Arabic Speakers and Teaching Arabic to English Speakers” held at the American University in Cairo, February 1999. Paper: “Teaching ‘Form’ in the Writing Classroom.”
  • Conference held in Cairo in March 1998 by the British Council in Egypt entitled “Britain and the Arabs: Changes and Exchanges”. Paper: “The Egyptian in Burton’s Narrative.
  • “Travelers in Egypt and the Near East Conference”, Oxford, July 1997. Presentation on “The Image of Nineteenth Century Cairo as a Medieval City in Kinglake’s Eothen.” 
  • Cambridge Seminar, UK, July, 1993.
  • British Council Research Grant to Oxford, Summer 1987.

 

Samples of Supervising Theses:

 

  • Ph.D.: “Cultural Politics in Selected Works of Derek Walcott: A Study in Postcolonial Theory and Practice” by Naglaa Saad in 2004 and earned in 2010.
  • Ph.D.: “Biography of Prophet Muhammad in Modern Non-Fictional Works: A Comparative Study Between: Heikal’s The Life of Muhammad and Armstrong’s Muhammad: A Biography of the Prophet” by Nermeen Mahmoud Belal in 2006.
  • M.A.: “Symbolism of Time in Selected Poems by W. B. Yeats” by Osama Taha in 2008.
  • M.A. “Studying Lisa Suhair Majaj’s Poetry: A Rhetorical Approach” by Salma Ahmed Nabeel Abd Al Fattah in 2011.
  • M.A. “Cultural Memory as a Form of Resistance in selected poems by Amin Haddad and Naomi Shihab Nye” by Engy Usama Mito in 2015

 

Samples of Theses Examined:

 

  • Ph.D. Thesis at the Department of English, Faculty of Arts, Alexandria University by Fatma S. Assef entitled “The Construction of the Feminine Identity of Arab American Women” on 11th June, 2015, supervised by Professor Azza Elkholy.
  • Ph.D. Thesis at the Department of English, Faculty of Arts, Cairo University by Heidi Bayoume entitled “The Role of Real and Fantastic Creatures in Selected Plays and films for Children” on 9th June, 2015, supervised by Professor Amal Mazhar and Heba El-Abbadi.
  • M.A. Thesis at the Department of English, Al-Alsun, Ain Shams University by Aya Mones supervised by Karma Sami entitled “The Rime of the Ancient Mariner and Paul Gustave Dore’s Illustration: A Study of Parallel Texts” on 8th January 2015, supervised by Professor Karma Sami.
  • M.A. Thesis at the Department of English, Faculty of Arts, Cairo University by Muhammad Yousry Beltagy Ahmed Akl, supervised by Sahar Sobhi Abdel-Hakim, entitled “Postcolonial Transformations: Resistance, Horizon and Minor Literature” on 13th March 2014.
  • M.A. Thesis at the Department of English, Faculty of Arts, Cairo University by Mona Alla El-din Mohammed Kamal, supervised by Mohamed Enani, entitled “Internal and External Cohesion in the English Simultaneous Interpreting of Arabic Political Discourse with Reference to Hassan Nassrallah’s Sixty-First Nakba Speech.”
  • Ph.D. Thesis at the Department of English, Faculty of Arts, Banha University by Ibrahim Mohamed Hamed Abdel-Moneim Dewidar entitled “Translating Humour in Selected Shakespearean Plays: A Linguistic Approach” on 19th August, 2013.
  • Ph.D. Thesis at Department of English, the Faculty of Arts, Helwan University, by Reem Said entitled “Irish Women and the Irish Catholic Church in Selected Works of Edna O’Brien” in 2008.
  • Ph.D. Thesis at the Department of English, Faculty of Arts, Helwan University by Mohamed Rushdy Abdel Latif entitled “Allen Ginsberg: Modernist or Postmodernist?” in 2007.
  • Ph.D. Thesis at the Department of English, Faculty of Arts, Cairo University by Maha Mohamed Munib entitled “Epiphany in the Poetry of W.B. Yeats, Ezra Pound, and T.S.  Eliot from a Postmodern Perspective” in 2007.
  • Ph.D. Thesis at the Department of English, Faculty of Arts, Helwan University, by Wafya Abdel-Azeem Mohamed Aldesoky entitled “The Image of Women in the Poetry of Elizabeth Bishop, Sylvia Plath and Carol Ann Duffy: An Archetypal Approach” in 2005.
  • M.A. Thesis at the Department of English, Faculty of Arts, Zagazig University, Banha Branch, by Mohamed Ahmed Mahmoud Hassan entitled “The Translation of Metaphoric Idioms from Colloquial Egyptian Arabic into Colloquial English over the last three decades of the twentieth century. Problem, Strategies and Categorization” in 2002. 
  • M.A. Thesis at the Department of English, Faculty of Arts, Cairo University by Lamia Mohamed Tawfik, supervised by Hoda Elsadda, entitled “The Use of Multiple Voices in the Poetry of Grace Nichols” in 2001.

 

Translation:

 

  • My Father, An Egyptian Teacher كان أبي معلما. Cairo: The Egyptian Lebanese Publishing House, 2014.
  • Three Volumes: Words of Wisdom by Dr. Abdel-Mohsen Bin Ahmed Alusaymi,  Translated Volume I and II. Working on Volume III: Definitions.
  • The translation of Essam Youssef’s novel A Quarter Gram. Cairo: Montana Studios, December 2009.
  • Translated books for children and young adults by Abd El-Tawab Youssef.

All published in Cairo by Dar El-Sha’ab in 1999.

The Magic Flute الناي الحزين

Scarecrow in the Library خيال المآته في المكتبة

The Pigeon-Cow البقرة الزاجل

The Magic Sand Particle حبه الرمل المسحورة

Room for Tolerance مساحة للتسامح  and

The Adventures of the Cricket فرقع لوز

  • Translated books for children and young adults by Bassam El Shammaa. All published in Cairo by Dar El-Ma’aref in 2006.

Peace in Ancient Egypt السلام في مصر الفرعونية

The Adventures of Kemet and Miaow: Saving the Map of Alexandria  مغامرات كمت ومياو: إنقاذ خريطة الإسكندرية

A Journey with the Ancient Egyptians Series رحلة مع قدماء المصريين

Ancient Egyptian Hieroglyphics حروف المصريين القدماء

How to Write the Hieroglyphics كيف تكتب الهيروغليفية

Ancient Egyptian Ceremonies and Feasts احتفالات وأعياد المصريين القدماء, and

The Young Pharaohالفرعون الصغير

  • Translated Ibrahim Amer’s “The Politics of Naguib Mahfouz” (51-62) in Naguib Mahfouz, Nobel 1988, Egyptian Perspectives: A Collection of Critical Essays edited by M.M. Enani. Cairo: The General Egyptian Book Organization, 1989.
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