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Somaya Yehia Ramadan is an Egyptian academic, translator and writer. She was born in Cairo in 1951 and studied English at Cairo University. Subsequently, she obtained a PhD in English from Trinity College, Dublin in 1983. She is a convert from Islam to the Baháʼí Faith. Ramadan has also worked extensively as a translator. Among her notable translations is Virginia Woolf's A Room of One's Own. She is a founding member of the Women and Memory Forum, a non-profit organisation, and teaches English and Translation at the National Academy of Arts in Cairo.

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  • سمية رمضان (ولدت بالقاهرة سنة 1951) هي أكاديمية ومترجمة وكاتبة مصرية. حصلت على جائزة نجيب محفوظ للرواية العربية سنة 2001. (ar)
  • Somaya Yehia Ramadan, née en 1951 au Caire, est une traductrice, femme de lettres et universitaire égyptienne. (fr)
  • Somaya Yehia Ramadan (en árabe: سمية رمضان, El Cairo, 1951) es una escritora, académica y traductora egipcia. ​ (es)
  • Somaya Yehia Ramadan is an Egyptian academic, translator and writer. She was born in Cairo in 1951 and studied English at Cairo University. Subsequently, she obtained a PhD in English from Trinity College, Dublin in 1983. She is a convert from Islam to the Baháʼí Faith. Ramadan's first two books were short story collections: Khashab wa Nohass (Brass and Wood, 1995) and Manazel el-Kamar (Phases of the Moon, 1999). Her first novel Awraq Al-Nargis (Leaves of Narcissus) was published to great acclaim in 2001 and won the Naguib Mahfouz Medal. It was then translated into English by Marilyn Booth and is available from the AUC Press. Ramadan has also worked extensively as a translator. Among her notable translations is Virginia Woolf's A Room of One's Own. She is a founding member of the Women and Memory Forum, a non-profit organisation, and teaches English and Translation at the National Academy of Arts in Cairo. (en)
  • Somaya Yehia Ramadan, född 1951 i Kairo, är en egyptisk författare, översättare och akademiker. Hon studerade engelska vid Kairos universitet och erhöll 1983 en filosofie doktor i engelska vid Trinity College, Dublin. Hennes två första böcker var korta noveller - Khashab wa Nohass (Mässing och Trä, 1995) och Manazel el-Kamar (Månens faser, 1999). Hennes första roman Awraq Al-Nargis (Leaves Of Narcissus) utkom 2001 och belönades med 2001 års pris Naguib Mahfouz Medal for Literature och har översatts till engelska. Ramadan har också arbetat mycket som översättare. Bland hennes mer betydande översättningar märks särskilt Ett eget rum av Virginia Wolf. Hon undervisar i engelska och översättning vid National Academy of Arts i Kairo. (sv)
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  • Cairo, Egypt (en)
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  • سمية رمضان (ولدت بالقاهرة سنة 1951) هي أكاديمية ومترجمة وكاتبة مصرية. حصلت على جائزة نجيب محفوظ للرواية العربية سنة 2001. (ar)
  • Somaya Yehia Ramadan, née en 1951 au Caire, est une traductrice, femme de lettres et universitaire égyptienne. (fr)
  • Somaya Yehia Ramadan (en árabe: سمية رمضان, El Cairo, 1951) es una escritora, académica y traductora egipcia. ​ (es)
  • Somaya Yehia Ramadan is an Egyptian academic, translator and writer. She was born in Cairo in 1951 and studied English at Cairo University. Subsequently, she obtained a PhD in English from Trinity College, Dublin in 1983. She is a convert from Islam to the Baháʼí Faith. Ramadan has also worked extensively as a translator. Among her notable translations is Virginia Woolf's A Room of One's Own. She is a founding member of the Women and Memory Forum, a non-profit organisation, and teaches English and Translation at the National Academy of Arts in Cairo. (en)
  • Somaya Yehia Ramadan, född 1951 i Kairo, är en egyptisk författare, översättare och akademiker. Hon studerade engelska vid Kairos universitet och erhöll 1983 en filosofie doktor i engelska vid Trinity College, Dublin. Hennes två första böcker var korta noveller - Khashab wa Nohass (Mässing och Trä, 1995) och Manazel el-Kamar (Månens faser, 1999). Hennes första roman Awraq Al-Nargis (Leaves Of Narcissus) utkom 2001 och belönades med 2001 års pris Naguib Mahfouz Medal for Literature och har översatts till engelska. (sv)
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  • Somaya Ramadan (es)
  • Somaya Ramadan (fr)
  • Somaya Ramadan (en)
  • Somaya Ramadan (sv)
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