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The Moise A. Khayrallah Center for Lebanese Diaspora Studies is dedicated to research about Lebanese immigrants in the US and throughout the world, and to preserving and sharing that knowledge with the scholarly community and general public.

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Angele Ellis Collection

The Khayrallah Center is delighted to announce the Angele Ellis Collection that was generously donated by the Ellis family. Explore this collection, read a digital narrative and listen to a podcast about it here.

2020 Competition Opens June 1

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Ameen Rihani Collection

The Khayrallah Center is pleased to announce the publication of the world's largest collection of Ameen Rihani papers, a leading Arab-American author and intellectual. This digitization project was completed in collaboration with the Rihani Museum and Ameen Rihani Organization. Explore this unparalleled collection here.

Collaborative Project: An Arbeely Family Album

This project, written by Linda Jacobs with visualizations by the Khayrallah Center, explores the lives of the Arbeelys, who are broadly recognized as the first Syrian family to emigrate to the US


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