An Interreligious Tour in Abu Dhabi

AUD students enrolled in the MEST 350 Religions of the Middle East visited three churches and a mosque in Abu Dhabi with Assistant Professor in Middle Eastern Studies Dr. Pamela Chrabieh on Saturday, March 26, 2016. The first stop was at the Saint Andrew’s Center, an Anglican compound with more than 40 Christian worshipping groups,... Continue Reading →

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Policy, Global Citizens and World Peace. Case studies: Lebanon, Canada and the UAE

Assistant Professor of Middle Eastern Studies Dr. Pamela Chrabieh was invited as a special guest speaker to give a lecture entitled “Policy, Global Citizens and World Peace: How can Governments influence policy to create better Global citizens and work towards World Peace? Case studies: Lebanon, Canada and the United Arab Emirates”. Dr. Chrabieh introduced first... Continue Reading →

Harvard College Asia Program Conference

Assistant Professor of Middle Eastern Studies Dr. Pamela Chrabieh was invited as a special guest speaker to give a lecture entitled “Policy, Global Citizens and World Peace: How can Governments influence policy to create better Global citizens and work towards World Peace? Case studies: Lebanon, Canada and the United Arab Emirates” on March 14, 2016... Continue Reading →

About CAFCAW

  The Christian Academic Forum for Citizenship in the Arab World (CAFCAW) brings together scholars, young graduates and activists in civil society to share research, experiences and insights. Focusing on Lebanon, Egypt, Jordan and Palestine, but also with a concern for Syria and Iraq, the Forum was launched in Beirut in December 2014 by DIYAR... Continue Reading →

Les traces invisibles de la guerre du Liban

Le journaliste et chercheur Emmanuel Haddad m'a interviewée à propos de la blogosphère libanaise avant et après les combats de 2006 au Liban, et de la mémoire de la guerre. Voici un passage de l'entrevue publié dans son article 'Les traces invisibles de la guerre du Liban' lequel est disponible sur le site Sept.info (plate-forme... Continue Reading →

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