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Interview with Dr. Lena Merhej: Beirut-based illustrator and activist
This interview was conducted by Renée Michelle Ragin, a PhD student in Literature at Duke University where her research focuses on the negotiation of national identity in post-conflict Middle Eastern and […]
Transplanted Family Trees – In search of Yazbek: What makes us who we are?
This article is the third and final installment written by Cecile Yazbek who was born into a Lebanese family in East London, South Africa. She is the author of three […]
The Lebanese in America Traveling to Oklahoma City
From February 3rd to 5th, the Lebanese in American traveling exhibit will visit the Southern Federation of Syrian and Lebanese American Clubs Conference in Oklahoma City.
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Renée Michelle Ragin interviews Beirut-based Lena Merhej on her art, "taboo" issues, and politics… https://t.co/xiIXH78R3J