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language educator , literary critic

Zeina Tamer Schlenoff, Lebanese language educator, literary critic. Recipient Fabriano (Italy) prize in art and painting, 1974, University Teaching award Florida State University, 2005. Founder, faculty advisor Florida State University Arabic Cultural Association, Tallahassee, since 1996. Member Modern Language Association, Women in French, Middle East Studies Association.

Background

Schlenoff, Zeina Tamer was born on October 4, 1956 in Zahle, Lebanon. Came to the United States, 1984. Daughter of Edouard Alexander Tamer and Georgette Salim Khoury.

Education

Bachelor, Master of Arts, Lebanese University, 1981. Doctor of Philosophy, University Massachusetts, 1995.

Career

Assistant professor Florida State University, Tallahassee, since 1996, associate director Middle East Center, since 2002. Visiting assistant professor American University of Beirut, 1998-2000, director Arabic summer program, 2000-2001.

Membership

Founder, faculty advisor Florida State University Arabic Cultural Association, Tallahassee, since 1996. Member Modern Language Association, Women in French, Middle East Studies Association.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Travel, reading, horticulture.

Connections

Married Joseph Bradbury Schlenoff, June 4, 1988. Children: Natasha, Philip.

father:
Edouard Alexander Tamer

mother:
Georgette Salim Khoury

spouse:
Joseph Bradbury Schlenoff

children:
Natasha Schlenoff

Philip Schlenoff