Janice Terry
Janice Terry

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

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(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

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.