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BOSTON COLLEGECURRICULUM VITAEFranck SalamehAssociate Professor of Near Eastern StudiesChairmanDepartment of Slavic and Eastern Languages and LiteraturesNear Eastern Languages and CivilizationsLyons Hall 210140 Commonwealth AvenueChestnut Hill, MA. 02467-3804Office: 617-552-3915 Fax: [email protected] University, Waltham, MA.Department of Near Eastern and Judaic Studies2004Field: Islamic and Middle Eastern Studies, History of Ideas andPolitical Thought in the Modern Middle East.Dissertation: Inventing Lebanon; Lebanonismin the Poetry and Thought of Saïd Akl.Advisor: Avigdor LevyCommittee: Avigdor Levy, Itzhak Nakkash,Walid PharesM.A.Boston University, Boston, MA.Department of International Relations1996Field: Modern Middle East and Civil Society.Thesis: Islam, Ethnicity, and the Question of Minorities in theMiddle East; The Case of Greek Orthodox and Maronites.Advisor: Augustus Richard NortonCommittee: Agustus Richard Norton, Farhang Mehr,Uri Ra’anan1

B.A.University of Central Florida, Orlando, FL.Department of Political Science1986Concentration: Latin American Studies, Minor in FrenchLiterature.BaccalauréatCollège Saint-Joseph, Antoura, Mount-Lebanon.Baccalauréat d’Études Secondaires1981French and Arabic Literature, Séction Philosophie, (Série A),Concentration: Philosophy, and French & Arabic Belles Lettres.ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS2004-PresentBoston College, Chestnut Hill, MADepartment of Slavic and Eastern Languages and Literatures &Program in Near Eastern Languages and CivilizationsProgram in Islamic Civilization and Societies2014-PresentAssociate Professor of Near Eastern Studies2007-2014Assistant Professor of Near Eastern Studies2007-PresentCoordinator of Near Eastern and Arabic Studies Program2005-2007Adjunct Assistant Professor2004-2005Adjunct Lecturer1997-2005Brandeis University, Waltham, MADepartment of Near Eastern and Judaic StudiesIslamic and Middle Eastern Studies2014-2015Visiting Associate Professor2002-2005Senior Lecturer1997-2002LecturerSummer 2004Middlebury College, Middlebury, VTArabic Summer School2

InstructorSummer 2002Harvard University, Cambridge, MATeacher Education Module on Second Language LearnersInstructor2001-2003Iraq Foundation, Washington DCIraq Research and Documentation ProjectResearch Fellow1987-1993Academia Language Center, Cambridge MAFrench and Arabic LanguageInstructor and Foreign Language CoordinatorPROFESSIONAL OFFICES2016-PresentChairman, Boston College:Department of Slavic and Eastern Languages and Literatures2015-2016Assistant Chairman, Boston College:Department of Slavic and Eastern Languages and Literatures2013-PresentSeries Editor, Rowman and Littlefield:The Levant and Near East; A Multidisciplinary Book SeriesRowman and Littlefield, Lexington Books2011-PresentFounding Editor, The Levantine Review:The Journal of Near Eastern and Mediterranean Studiesat Boston College2010-PresentEditorial Board, The Middle East Quarterly2007-PresentCoordinator, Near Eastern Languages & Civilizations, BostonCollege:Department of Slavic and Eastern Languages and LiteraturesPUBLICATIONSBOOKS3

2018Fragments of Lives Arrested; A Political Memoir of Lebanon’sJewish Community, New York: Palgrave-Macmillan, (in press)2017The “Other” Middle East; An Anthology of Modern LevantineLiterature, New Haven & London, Yale University Press, 410 p.Hardcover Edition: 00204445/other-middle-east2015Charles Corm: An Intellectual biography of a Twentieth-CenturyLebanese “Young Phoenician,” Lanham MD: LexingtonBooks/Rowman & Littlefield, 282 p.2017 Paperback Edition: 76832015 Hardcover Edition: 4004Reviews:Joel Parker, Bustan: The Middle East Book Review, Vol. 8, No. .8.1.issue-1Robert G. Rabil, The Middle East Quarterly, Volume XXIII,Number 3, Summer ntellectualbiography-of20136000 Years of Peaceful Contributions to Mankind ; CharlesCorm’s « 6000 Ans de Génie Pacifique au Service del’Humanité »; A Prologue and Critical Annotated EnglishTranslation, Beirut, Lebanon: Éditions de la Revue Phénicienne,210 p.2013 Paperback Edition: 000ans-peaceful.html2010Language Memory and Identity in the Middle East; The Case forLebanon, Lanham MD: Lexington Books/Rowman & Littlefield,333 p.2011 Paperback Edition: 978-0-7391-3739-0.4

https://rowman.com/ISBN/97807391373902010 Hardcover Edition: 37383Reviews:Norman Stillman, Bustan: The Middle East Book Review, Volume3, Number 2, November 2012, pp. c an.pdfAstrid Willis Countee, New Books Network, July 27, 10/Eyal Zisser, Middle Eastern Studies, Volume 48, Number 3, 2012,pp. /00263206.2012.661649Richard Saltzburg, Association for the Study of the Middle Eastand Africa, March, 2012.http://www.asmeascholars.org/index.php?option com content&view article&id 1483&catid 9&Itemid 64John Myhill, H-Net Reviews in the Humanities and SocialSciences, March 13, 2012, pp. 1-3.http://www.h-net.org/reviews/showrev.php?id 35420Mordechai Nisan, The Middle East Quarterly, Volume XVIII,Number 2, Spring 2011, pp. identity-middleeastArakadiusz Płonka, The Journal of the Middle East and Africa,Volume 2, Number 2, July-December 2011, pp. /21520844.2011.619256BOOKS IN PROGRESS5

2018Identities in Conflict: An Anthology of a Century of Nationalism inthe Middle East.(Through authentic texts and primary sources unavailable inEnglish, this book examines a century of nationalism and identitiesin conflict in the Middle East.)2017A Man for Others; The Lives and Times of Belgian-Lebanese JesuitHenri Lammens2015I’m a Christian Too, Welcome to Israel; A Cultural Excursion.(A Lebanese diary from Jerusalem, Jaffa, Tel-Aviv, and Haifa.)BOOK CHAPTERS AND JOURNAL ARTICLES2018“A Man for Others; The Lives and Times of Belgian-LebaneseJesuit Henri Lammens,” The Journal of the Middle East andAfrica, (under review)2018“Herzl in Beirut: Lebanon and Israel in the Intellectual Productionof Twentieth-Century Lebanese Christians,” The Journal of theMiddle East and Africa, (under review)2018“Young Phoenicians and the Quest for a Lebanese Language;Between Libanité, Phénicité, and Uruuba,” in Goldstein-Sabbah,Murre-van den Berg (eds.) Arabic and its Alternatives; ReligiousMinorities and their Languages in the Emerging Nation-Statesof the Middle East (1920-1950), (Leiden, in press)2017“Christians of the Holy Land—Exodus, Disintegration, andIdeological Necrophilia,” in John Eibner (ed.) The Future ofReligious Minorities in the Middle East (Lanham, MD: LexingtonBooks, 2017), pp. 6“Lebanese Jews Between Rootedness and Exile; Braving WorldWar II, the Holocaust, and their Aftermath,” The Journal of theMiddle East and Africa, Volume 7, Issue 3, November 2016, 080/21520844.2016.12335182016“Fragments of Lives Arrested; A Memoir of Lebanon’s JewishCommunity,” Middle Eastern Studies, Volume 52, Issue 4, July2016, pp. 567-5876

06.2016.11581632015“The Beirut Jewish Community and Early Twentieth CenturyLebanese Nationalism,” The Journal of the Middle East andAfrica, Volume VI, Number 3-4, Winter 2015, pp. /21520844.2015.11116802012“Lebanon, Identity, Dislocation, and Memory,” The LevantineReview, Volume 1, Number 2, Fall 2012, pp. tine/index2012“Adonis, the Syrian Crisis, and the Question of Pluralism in theLevant,” Bustan; the Middle East Book Review, Volume III,Number 1, Spring 2012, pp. nt/10.1163/187853012x633526http://www.bc.edu/bc org/rvp/pubaf/10/MEBR.pdf2011“Does Anyone Speak Arabic?” The Middle East Quarterly,Volume XVIII, Number 4, Fall 2011, pp. Towards a New Ecology of Middle Eastern Identities,” MiddleEastern Studies, Volume 47, Number 2, 2011, pp. 00263206.2011.544096#preview2008“You Have Your Lebanon, and I Have Mine,” RocznikOrientalistyczny, Volume 61, Number 1, 2008, pp. gi?09PLAAAA0566232006«Vous êtes Arabe, puisque je vous le dis!» (You’re an Arab if ISay So!), The Middle East Review of International Affairs(MERIA), Volume I, Number 1, July, 2006http://meria.idc.ac.il/journal fr/2006/jv1no1a4.html2006“Middlebury’s Arabic Morass,” The Middle East Quarterly,Volume XIII, Number 3, Summer 2006, pp. -morassTRANSLATIONS7

2017Nizar Qabbani’s “Bread, Hashish, and Moonlight,” in FranckSalameh, The Other Middle East; An Anthology of ModernLevantine Literature, Yale University Press, pp. 76-81, Arabic toEnglish.2017Nizar Qabbani’s “Marginalia on the Notebook of Defeat,” inFranck Salameh, The Other Middle East; An Anthology ofModern Levantine Literature, Yale University Press, pp. 81-86,Arabic to English.2017Nizar Qabbani’s “When will Someone Finally Announce the Deathof the Arabs?” in Franck Salameh, The Other Middle East; AnAnthology of Modern Levantine Literature, Yale UniversityPress, pp. 86-92, Arabic to English.2017Nizar Qabbani’s “I Reject You, All of You!” in Franck Salameh,The Other Middle East; An Anthology of Modern LevantineLiterature, Yale University Press, pp. 93-94, Arabic to English.2017Adonis’s “A Lull Between Ashes and Roses,” in Franck Salameh,The Other Middle East; An Anthology of Modern LevantineLiterature, Yale University Press, pp. 123-125, Arabic to English.2017Adonis’s “Unfinished Identity,” in Franck Salameh, The OtherMiddle East; An Anthology of Modern Levantine Literature,Yale University Press, pp. 125-140, French to English.2017Adonis’s “Sewing Their Lips Shut in Threads Spun in Their OwnHands’ Weaving,” in Franck Salameh, The Other Middle East; AnAnthology of Modern Levantine Literature, Yale UniversityPress, pp. 140-143, Arabic to English.2017Kahlil Gibran’s “The Future of the Arabic Language,” in FranckSalameh, The Other Middle East; An Anthology of ModernLevantine Literature, Yale University Press, pp. 152-162, Arabicto English.2017Nadia Tuéni’s “Blonde Stanzas,” in Franck Salameh, The OtherMiddle East; An Anthology of Modern Levantine Literature,Yale University Press, p. 164, French to English.2017Nadia Tuéni’s “Promenade,” in Franck Salameh, The OtherMiddle East; An Anthology of Modern Levantine Literature,Yale University Press, p. 165, French to English.8

2017Nadia Tuéni’s “Beirut,” in Franck Salameh, The Other MiddleEast; An Anthology of Modern Levantine Literature, YaleUniversity Press, pp. 165-166, French to English.2017Charles Corm’s “The Hallowed Mountain,” in Franck Salameh,The Other Middle East; An Anthology of Modern LevantineLiterature, Yale University Press, pp. 173-185, French to English.2017Charles Corm’s “An Eastern Story,” in Franck Salameh, TheOther Middle East; An Anthology of Modern LevantineLiterature, Yale University Press, pp. 185-198, French to English.2017Charles Corm’s “Erotic Stories,” in Franck Salameh, The OtherMiddle East; An Anthology of Modern Levantine Literature,Yale University Press, pp. 199-202, French to English.2017Anis Freyha’s “Diner on the Roof-Deck,” in Franck Salameh, TheOther Middle East; An Anthology of Modern LevantineLiterature, Yale University Press, pp. 204-209, Arabic to English.20136000 Years of Peaceful Contributions to Mankind ; CharlesCorm’s « 6000 Ans de Génie Pacifique au Service del’Humanité »; A Prologue and Critical Annotated EnglishTranslation, Beirut, Lebanon: Éditions de la Revue Phénicienne,210 p, French to English.2002Marie-Christine Varole’s “Recipes of Magic-Religious Medicineas Expressed Linguistically”, in Avigdor Levy (ed.) Jews, Turks,Ottomans: A Shared History, 15th Through 20th Century,Syracuse University Press, New York, pp. 260-271, French du/spring-2002catalog/jews-turks.html2002Nedim Gursel’s “Mario Levi: A Young Jewish Author fromIstanbul”, in Avigdor Levy (ed.) Jews, Turks, Ottomans: AShared History, 15th Through 20th Century, Syracuse UniversityPress, New York, pp. 272-280, French to /spring-2002catalog/jews-turks.htmlESSAYS & OPINION EDITORIALS2017“Islam, Semantic Racketeering, and Western Decadence,” TheJerusalem Post, May 31, 20179

eering-andWestern-decadence-4944132016“ISIS and the Islamophobia Fallacy,” The National Interest,August 2, slamophobia-fallacy172212016“Dhimmitude at its Most Lurid and Grandiose; A Sad Sign of theTimes,” The Jerusalem Post, January 27, 429892015“On Islamic State, Kryptonite, Verbal Promiscuity, and the Suicideof Civilization,” The Jerusalem Post, November 25, vilization-4353762015“On Presidential Howlers, Omissions, and Distortions,” TheJerusalem Post, February 10, owlers-omissio