Théologies de la réconciliation

THÉOLOGIQUES Volume 23, numéro 2, 2015 (publié en décembre 2017; disponible en ligne dès janvier 2018): https://www.erudit.org/fr/revues/theologi/2015-v23-n2-theologi03341/# Théologies de la réconciliation Sous la direction de Denise Couture et Jean-François Roussel Direction de la revue: Alain Gignac (Directeur) Éditeur: Faculté de théologie et de sciences des religions, Université de Montréal (QC – Canada) ISSN1188-7109 (imprimé)1492-1413 (numérique) ARTICLES:…

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…

About Middle Eastern Studies – Interview

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…

Learning through Food at the American University in Dubai

I attended the 7th International 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’ on Friday, October 27, 2017. My audience of foodies and food experts was introduced to the Peace Education approach I have been developing since…

7th International Conference on Food Studies at Roma Tre University

It was such a pleasure to attend this inspiring gathering of minds and palates, foodies and food studies academics, and be able to share the results of my ongoing research at the American University in Dubai on Teaching and Learning about local cultures and religions through Food and my student’s visceral experiences in the classroom…