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Legacies of Labor: Lebanese Factory Workers
Lawrence, Massachusetts, 1890-1950View the center's latest digital humanities project!
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Getting to Know Sheikh Youssef Stephan – Community Leaders as Role Models of Diasporic Village Communities
This article is authored by Marie Karner, a doctoral candidate at the Institute of Geography, Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz, Germany. It is part of her dissertation project that studies different Lebanese diasporic village communities. She uses a multi-sited-research design to […]
Archive Spotlight: Historic Arabic Newspaper Digitization Project
In addition to our family collections, one of the Khayrallah Center Archive's core collections is our growing trove of historic Arabic newspapers, literary journals, and magazines. Between 1890 and 1950, migrants from Greater Syria established a remarkably active and diverse […]
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