Pratiques de réconciliation au Liban: un état des lieux

Le numéro spécial de la revue Théologiques de l’institut d’études religieuses de l’Université de Montréal sur la réconciliation est enfin publié, fruit d’une belle collaboration suite au Congrès de la Société Canadienne de Théologie. Ma contribution: “Pratiques de réconciliation au Liban: un état des lieux”. RESUME Bien que les pratiques de réconciliation connaissent une longue … Continue reading Pratiques de réconciliation au Liban: un état des lieux

The Social Life of Memory: Violence, Trauma, and Testimony in Lebanon and Morocco

It’s been an honor and a pleasure to be working with this wonderful team. A special thank you to Norman Saadi Nikro and Sonja Hegazy.   The Social Life of Memory: Violence, Trauma, and Testimony in Lebanon and Morocco. Published by Palgrave Studies in Cultural Heritage and Conflict, December 2017.   The book stakes a … Continue reading The Social Life of Memory: Violence, Trauma, and Testimony in Lebanon and Morocco

نظرات وعبارات… واقع الإنسان وتمرد الألوان – باميلا شرابيه

Interview by Dalia Bassyouni in Al Bayan (United Arab Emirates), May 5, 2017. (دبي – داليا بسيوني) نظرات وعبارات… واقع الإنسان وتمرد الألوان التناغمات البصرية والقوة اللونية العميقة الإحساس سمة من سمات العمل الفني في معرض الفنانة اللبنانية باميلا شرابيه، في صالة الفنون في الجامعة الأميركية بدبي، تحت عنوان «نظرات وعبارات». أعمال الفنانة تسيطر عليها … Continue reading نظرات وعبارات… واقع الإنسان وتمرد الألوان – باميلا شرابيه

Education Policy and Power-Sharing in Post-Conflict Societies: Lebanon, Northern Ireland, and Macedonia

Honored to be quoted in Giuditta Fontana’s book on Education Policy and Power-Sharing in Post-Conflict Societies: Lebanon, Northern Ireland, and Macedonia (Springer, 2016). “Giuditta’s book explores the nexus between education and politics in Lebanon, Northern Ireland, and Macedonia, drawing from an extensive body of original evidence and literature on power-sharing and post-conflict education in these … Continue reading Education Policy and Power-Sharing in Post-Conflict Societies: Lebanon, Northern Ireland, and Macedonia

Peace Education in Lebanon: A Case Study in the University Context

“Research is meant to be disseminated far and wide and not to be shackled by copyright restrictions that benefit nobody except the coffers of publishing houses” (Mark Bridge) Announcing the publication of my paper ‘Peace Education in Lebanon: A Case Study in the University Context’ in the refereed International Journal of Arts and Sciences, Volume … Continue reading Peace Education in Lebanon: A Case Study in the University Context

Pourquoi bloguer?

Mon article paru ce matin dans l’Orient-le-Jour, Beyrouth. Je fais partie de ce qu’on nommerait aujourd’hui les dinosaures du blogging libanais. Lorsque j’utilisais le blog pour la première fois entre 2005 et 2006, nous étions une poignée d’internautes qui essayaient de nouvelles plates-formes telle « Blogspot » de Google. Ces années charnières dans l’histoire contemporaine du Liban … Continue reading Pourquoi bloguer?

One Coffee Bean at a Time

I was born and raised in a war zone, where the culture of war prevailed – and still is -, along with sectarianism, State paralysis, militias’ laws, negative media propaganda, hatred, conflictual identities, etc. I spent enough time in shelters or in displacement. I avoided snipers and land mines. I faced the destruction of our … Continue reading One Coffee Bean at a Time