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Dorothea Hendry El Mallakh

Dorothea Hendry El Mallakh, American editor, publishing executive. Perrine Memorial fellow, University Colorado, 1960-1961, Rare Language fellow, United States Government, University Colorado, 1961-1962, Rotary International fellow, Boise, Idaho, 1962. Member International Association Energy Economics (vice president international affairs 1989-1991, secretary 1988-1989).

Background

  • Mallakh, Dorothea Hendry El was born on July 16, 1938 in Emmett, Idaho, United States. Daughter of David Lovell Parker and Lygia Teressa (Dalton) Hendry.

  • Education

    • Bachelor in Modern Languages, Lewis and Clark College, 1960. Master of Arts in History, University Colorado, 1962. Doctor of Philosophy in History, University Colorado, 1972.

      Postgraduate, Georgetown University, 1963.

    Career

    • Executive administrator, treasurer International Research Center Energy & Economic Development, Boulder, Colorado, 1973-1987, executive director, since 1987. Associate editor Journal Energy & Development, Boulder, 1975-1987, managing editor, since 1987. Board directors Rocky Mountain Eye Foundation, Boulder.

    Works

    • Author: The Slovak Autonomy Movement, 1979. Author (with others): The Genius of Arab Civilization, 1983, Gulf Oil in the Aftermath of the Iraq War: Strategies and Policies, 2005. Editor: The Energy Watchers I-IX, 1990-1998.

      Author and editor: Saudi Arabia, 1982.

    Membership

    Member International Association Energy Economics (vice president international affairs 1989-1991, secretary 1988-1989).

    Connections

    • Married Ragaei William El Mallakh, August 26, 1962 (deceased March 19, 1987). Children: Helen Alise, Nadia Irene.
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    Born July 16, 1938
    • 1960
      Lewis and Clark College
    • 1962
      University Colorado
    • 1972
      University Colorado
    • 1963
      Georgetown University
    • 1973 - 1987
      Executive, International Research Center Energy & Economic Development
      Boulder, Colorado, United States
    • 1973 - 1987
      treasurer, International Research Center Energy & Economic Development
      Boulder, Colorado, United States