Frank D. Rashid is a lifelong Detroiter of Lebanese, Irish and German ancestry. He is professor emeritus of English at Marygrove College, where he taught literature, writing and Detroit Studies courses from 1980 until 2017. He has published on Emily Dickinson, Robert Hayden, and Lawrence Joseph and on Detroit literature, culture, and politics.
Arab Detroit, Targeted Community
Against the Current, No. 157, March / April 2012