Boullata, Issa J.
BOULLATA, Issa J.
BOULLATA, Issa J. American (born Palestine), b. 1929. Genres: Novels, Humanities, Literary criticism and history, Translations. Career: De La Salle College, Jerusalem, senior teacher of Arabic literature, 1949-52; Ahliyyah College, Ramallah, senior teacher of Arabic literature, 1952-53; St. George's School, Jerusalem, senior teacher of Arabic literature and deputy headmaster, 1953-68; Hartford Seminary, Hartford, CT, professor of Arabic literature and language, 1968-75; McGill University, Montreal, Quebec, professor of Arabic literature and language, 1975-. Publications: Outlines of Romanticism in Modern Arabic Poetry (in Arabic), 1960; Badr Shakir alSayyab: His Life and Poetry (in Arabic), 1971; Trends and Issues in Contemporary Arab Thought, 1990; 'A'id ila al-Quds (novel; title means: Return to Jerusalem), 1998. EDITOR: (and trans.) Modern Arab Poets, 1950-1975, 1976; Critical Perspectives on Modern Arabic Literature, 1980; (with T. DeYoung) Tradition and Modernity in Arabic Literature, 1997; Literary Structures of Religious Meaning in the Qur'an, 2000. Contributor to encyclopedias. Contributor of articles and reviews to scholarly journals. TRANSLATOR: A. Amin, My Life, 1978; E. Nasrallah, Flight against Time, 1987; J.I. Jabra, The First Well: A Bethlehem Boyhood, 1995; M. Berrada, The Game of Forgetting, 1996; G. Samman, The Square Moon, 1998; M. Berrada, Fugitive Light, 2002. Translator from English into Arabic.
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