Maksoud N. Feghali
Originally from Bsous, Lebanon, Dr. Maksoud Feghali was born and raised in the town of Hazmieh, a suburb of Beirut. In 1974, Dr. Feghali emigrated to pursue higher education in the United States. He earned his PhD from Wayne State University, Detroit, Michigan. In 1982, Dr. Feghali joined the Defense Language Institute, Monterrey, California, where he taught Arabic, co-authored the Arabic Basic Course, and co-developed the Defense Language Proficiency Test. In 1989, Dr. Feghali joined Appalachian State University, a member institution of the University of North Carolina, where he is currently professor of French, and director of the French Exchange Program. Dr. Feghali has lectured extensively on Lebanon, France, the Middle East, French culture and literature, English as a second language, and foreign language acquisition. He has published several related books and articles.
Books from Blair
Spoken Lebanese (Parkway Publishers)