Dr. John Andrew Morrow is a professor, research scholar, and author. He has three degrees from the University of Toronto: an Honors BA with double majors in Spanish and French Language and Literature, as well as an MA and a PhD in Spanish American Literature. After completing his PhD, he pursued post-doctoral studies in the Arabic language at the Arabic Language Institute in Fez, the University of Utah's Middle East Center, and the Qalam wa Lawh Center in Rabat. Dr. Morrow has been an undergraduate and graduate faculty member at numerous universities, holding the ranks of Assistant Professor, Associate Professor, Full Professor, Program Head, and Department Head. He has taught at the University of Toronto, Park University, Northern State University, and Eastern New Mexico University, receiving student impact, performance, and leadership awards for outstanding teaching and service. Dr. Morrow has also been a Visiting Researcher at Harvard University, Purdue University, and the University of Chicago. In the Fall of 2011, he served as professor of Spanish, English, and Religious Studies for the University of Virginia's Semester at Sea Program. A specialist in Hispanic, Native, and Arabic-Islamic Studies, he has lectured worldwide in his areas of expertise. His research interests include the Amerindian influence on Spanish American poetry, the Arabic and Islamic influence on Spanish and French literature, Aljamiado literature, Arabic sociolinguistics, Islamic Studies, and herbal medicine. A prolific, internationally recognized researcher and writer, Dr. Morrow has hundreds of scholarly, literary and artistic publications to his credit, including: "The Covenants of the Prophet Muhammad with the Christians of the World," "Islamic Images and Ideas: Essays on Sacred Symbolism," "The Encyclopedia of Islamic Herbal Medicine," "Amerindian Elements in the Poetry of Ernesto Cardenal," "Islamic Insights: Writings and Reviews," "Amerindian Elements in the Poetry of Rubén Darío," "Arabic, Islam, and the Allah Lexicon," " The Book of Divine Unity," "El islam shiita: ¿ortodoxia o heterodoxia?," "Shiite Islam: Orthodoxy or Heterodoxy?," and "Humanos casi humanos."
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