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The Lebanese in America: A Traveling Exhibit
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Dr. Waïl Hassan discusses Orientalist discourse in early Lebanese American writing
This article is written by Elizabeth Saylor, the 2016-2016 Khayrallah Center Post-Doctoral Fellow. Saylor’s current book project examines the work of a neglected pioneer of the Arabic novel, the Lebanese […]
The Chasm of Assimilation – My mother's New Zealand cousins
This article is written by Cecile Yazbek who was born into a Lebanese family in East London, South Africa. She is the author of three books all related to the […]
Breaking Taboo: How Art is Changing the Middle East
Thursday, September 29th 6:00 PM
Lena Merhej, the Khayrallah Center's first Lebanese artist in residence, will give a public talk and exhibit her work at Talley Ballroom in the Talley Student Center, NC State Campus.
3 hours ago
@CenterAAP spoke with @lailamo to learn more about her work and commitment to social and humanitarian issues. More: https://t.co/3EcC7hUTUB