William Tamplin

William Tamplin

Graduate Student
William Tamplin

Research Fields: modern Arabic literature, the Arabic novel, history of the novel, Arabic and Hebrew modernisms, the African-American novel, translation studies, popular and oral poetry, religion and literature, literature and nationalism, decadence in literature, translingualism

Dissertation title: Apocalypticism in the Modern Arabic Novel

 

Education: : Ph.D., Harvard University, Comparative Literature (in progress); M.A., Harvard University, Comparative Literature (2017); B.A., Georgetown University, Comparative Literature and Arabic (2012)

 

Languages: Arabic (MSA, Classical, Egyptian, Palestinian, Jordanian Bedouin), Modern Hebrew, Spanish, French, German, Ancient Greek, English

 

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