Voices of Progress. International Women’s Day in Dubai

#internationalwomensday #pressforprogress event organized by Dr. Pamela Chrabieh, Dr. Nadia Wardeh and Middle Eastern Studies students at the American University in Dubai on March 8 2018. Video by Farah Hatem and Nadia El Gawish.

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Press for Progress! International Women’s Day 2018 at AUD with Middle Eastern Studies students and professors

Join us on March 8, enjoy the live visual, performative and culinary productions and initiatives, and let us collectively #PressforProgress. We will gather to motivate the local community to think, act and be gender inclusive, and call-to-action for further positive gains for women in Southwestern Asia and North Africa.

من الحرب إلى التربية على السلام

الدكتورة باميلا شرابيه ولدتُ ونشأتُ وقتَ الحرب في لبنان، وقد ساهمت هذه التجربة في تكوين هويّتي، كما هي الحال مع معظم المواطنين اللبنانيّين. ولولا حبّ أهلي وانفتاحهم على الآخر، وخبراتي ودراساتي في الحوار الدينيّ والثقافيّ والإنسانيّ، لكنت من عداد الذين يعيشون في غيتوهات الهويّات المتصارعة - كما وصفها الروائيّ أمين معلوف[1] -، ويؤمنون في الصفحة البيضاء... Continue Reading →

Pamela Chrabieh Author Interview on PRETTY-HOT.COM

Tell us about yourself and how many books you have written. I am a Lebanese and Canadian scholar, university professor, artist-painter, peace and feminist activist, and author of several academic and non-fiction publications in English, French and Modern Standard Arabic. I currently live in the United Arab Emirates. What is the name of your latest... Continue Reading →

Reeds from Red Lips: A Book on Gender and Arts in Southwestern Asia, edited by Dr. Pamela Chrabieh

What influence does gender have on art production in nowadays Southwestern Asia? Does gender embody everyday life experiences, including the artistic experience? Are gendered spaces of the region Orientalized, demystified, or both? Are bodies, especially women bodies, described asexualized, passive and silent? Do local authors and artists living in diaspora reproduce totalizing or essentialist tendencies?... Continue Reading →

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