Departments/ProgramsNear Eastern and Judaic Studies
DegreesBoston University, M.A.
University of Central Florida, B.A.
Brandeis University, A.B.D.
ExpertiseModern Middle Eastern Cultural and Intellectual History, History of Ideas, Cosmopolitanism and Multiculturalism, Levantine Identities, Modern Standard Arabic and Ideology Dialectology and Language Tensions, and Language and Identity in the Modern Middle East.
ProfileFranck Salameh is Adjunct Associate Professor at NEJS, and Associate Professor of Near Eastern Studies at Boston College, Department of Slavic and Eastern Languages and Literatures. He teaches courses in Modern Middle Eastern Cultural and Intellectual History, History of Ideas, Arabic Language, and Levantine Literature. He is author of "Language Memory and Identity in the Middle East; The Case for Lebanon" (Lexington, 2010), an annotated critical English translation of Charles Corm's "6000 ans de génie pacifique au service de l'humanité" (Éditions de La Revue Phénicienne, 2012), and two forthcoming monographs: "An Intellectual Biography of Charles Corm" (Lexington), and "The Other Middle East: An Anthology of Levantine Literature" (Yale.)
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Salameh, Franck F., Charles Corm. 6000 Years of Peaceful Contributions to Mankind. 2012 ed. Beirut: Editions de la Revue Phénicienne, 2012.
Salameh, Franck F.. Language Memory and Identity in the Middle East; The Case for Lebanon. 2010 ed. Lanham: Lexington Books, 2010.