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us: Granara, William

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    • us: ڤرانارا، وليم
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        United States
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        • Organization: (naf) Harvard University. Department of Near Eastern Languages & Civilizations
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        • Organization: (naf) Harvard University. Center for Middle Eastern Studies
    • Has Affiliation

        • Organization: (naf) American University at Cairo. Center for Arabic Studies
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        (lcsh) Arabic language
          (lcsh) Arabic literature
            (lcsh) Islamic civilization
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              (lcsh) Arabic teachers
                (lcsh) Translators
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              • found: al-Wattār, T. The earthquake, 2000: t.p. (William Granara) p. 4 of cover (prof. of Arabic lang. and lit., Harvard Univ.)
              • found: Harvard University website, viewed Nov. 1, 2013 Department of Near Eastern Languages and Civilizations (Prof. William Granara ; former director of the Center for Arabic Study, American University, Cairo; former director, Arabic Field School, U.S. Dept. of State, Tunis; he has traveled throughout the Middle East and North Africa) Center for Middle Eastern Studies (William Granara; CMES director; prof. of the practice of Arabic on the Gordon Gray Endowment, director of Modern Language Programs; director of the Moroccan Studies Program; founding director of Harvard Summer School's program, Mediterranean Crossings: France and the Arab World, in Aix-en-Provence, France; studied French and Arabic at Georgetown Univ.; PhD in Islamic Studies, Univ. of Pennsylvania, 1986; has translated three Arabic novels into English; also researches literature and cultures of medieval Muslim Sicily and Spain)
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              • 2000-08-31: new
              • 2013-11-02: revised
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