My "Peace, Islam and the Arts in Dubai" was recently published in Hawliyat, the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences Journal at the University of Balamand, Lebanon. Issue 18, 2017-2018, p. 111-134.
Dr. Chrabieh introduces the concept of Peace Education 22/03/2018 AUD School of Arts and Sciences Associate Professor of Middle Eastern Studies Dr. Pamela Chrabieh attended the 7thInternational Conference on Food Studies at Roma Tre University in Rome – Italy and presented a paper entitled ‘Learning through Food at the American University in Dubai: The Case... Continue Reading →
#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.
Right as the first half of the semester approached its conclusion, and students of the American University in Dubai were preparing for their Spring Break, Professors Pamela Chrabieh and Nadia Wardeh gave the university’s students something to contemplate and to cherish as they hosted a Women’s Day event. The constant strive for a progressive future... Continue Reading →
Thanking our friends, colleagues and students for an amazing International Women's Day at the American University in Dubai. March 8, 2018 - Middle Eastern Studies students with Dr. Pamela Chrabieh and Dr. Nadia Wardeh.
By Rebal Abdul Rahim In a celebration of feminist ideals and accomplishments amongst Middle Eastern women, American University in Dubai professors Pamela Chrabieh and Nadia Wardeh will be hosting an event at the AUD campus on Thursday, the 8th of March. Women’s Day, an internationally celebrated and recognized holiday, made to appreciate and commemorate female... Continue Reading →
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.
Last interview before the holidays about the Middle Eastern Studies Certificate Program at the American University in Dubai. With MBRSC 3rd year Journalism students Nasma and Lara. The Certificate is an 18-credit hour program designed to give students an appreciation and understanding of the region in different disciplines. Both local and foreign students gain a... Continue Reading →