Janice Terry
Janice Terry

Degrees:
Ph.D., University of London (School of Oriental and African Studies).
MA, American University of Beirut.
BA, College of Wooster.

Email:
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Phone:
(740) 373-5538

Previous ILR courses taught:
The Arab World: Culture, Religion, Politics
Arab Israeli Conflict
Revolution: Egypt '52!, Algeria '54!, Iran '79!, Egypt 2011?
Flash Points: Turkey, Syria and Lebanon

Current ILR course being taught:
Major Trends of the 20th Century

Biography:
Janice J. Terry is Professor Emeritus of modern Middle East History at Eastern Michigan University and an Adjunct Professor at Marietta College. She is author of William Yale:  Witness to Partition in the Middle East (2015) and U.S. Foreign Policy in the Middle East: The Role of Lobbies and Special Interest Groups (2005).  Her other publications include The Wafd 1919-1952: Cornerstone of Egyptian Political Power (1982); co-author of World History, 5th Edition (2012), The Twentieth Century and Beyond, 7th. Ed. (2008), co-editor and contributor of World History, 7 vols. (2008). She is also a former editor of Arab Studies Quarterly.