Dr. Nadia Wardeh & Dr. Pamela Chrabieh, Cyprus, 2018Interreligious dialogue is all-too-often dominated by religiously authorized patriarchal spokesmen in Southwest Asia. Furthermore, feminists and liberals thinking and doing interreligious dialogue in the academic sphere are marginalized, especially those who forge an arena of religious/interreligious practice or construct a scholarly discourse on religions and interreligious dialogue. … Continue reading Against the Current: Rethinking Gender, Religious Authority and Interreligious Dialogue
Par Dr. Pamela Chrabieh, Article publié dans Telos Magazine, no. 1, Juin 2020. Continue reading Dynamiques révolutionnaires, dialogue islamo-chrétien et gestion des diversités au Liban: apports ou impasses?
Just discovered this article by The961.com mentioning a short excerpt of one of my studies on Gender Equality in Lebanon and feminist waves. Continue reading How Lebanese Women are Progressing Towards Gender Equality – The961.com
Co-hosting a series of Healthcare Digital Marketing webinars in April and May 2020 in the Arab world (Lebanon, Qatar, UAE, Iraq, Jordan, Kuwait, KSA) as part of the cooperation between Eastline Digital and Pierre Fabre on the creation and development of online courses for healthcare practitioners — check out the pierrefabreacademy.com platform for further information … Continue reading Healthcare Digital Marketing Webinars in the Arab world
Thanking Dr. Roula Maria Dib for featuring samples of my collection in Indelible! I was born and raised in the 1970s-1980s war in Lebanon. War disconnects lives, memories, and experiences by creating endless cycles of violence, murderous identities, and wounded memories. I have come to believe that these memories are inevitably transmitted from generation to generation in … Continue reading Art from Dr. Pamela Chrabieh’s “Duwama” Collection in Indelible
Norman Saadi Nikro and Sonja Hegasy, eds. The Social Life of Memory. Violence, Trauma, and Testimony in Lebanon and Morocco. Palgrave, 2017. The volume is a part of a book series exploring the relationship between cultural heritage and conflict. It derives from the research project Transforming Memories: Cultural Production and Personal/Public Memory in Lebanon and … Continue reading Book Reviews: The Social Life of Memory. Violence, Trauma and Testimony in Lebanon and Morocco.
Glad to be part of this amazing project – – Certificate of Study in the Historical and Religious Reality of the Middle East – “Caravan” Project of the Order of Malta with German students, at the Faculty of Religious Sciences, Saint Joseph University, Beirut-Lebanon, February 2020. Expertise : Intensive course on Challenges, Opportunities, and Praxis of … Continue reading Caravan project of the Order of Malta at Saint Joseph University in Beirut. Intensive course on Interreligious Dialogue in the Middle East.
CAFCAW Executive Committee Meeting. Planning for 2020 towards Inclusive Societies in Western Asia. With Drs. Mitri Raheb, Nicolas Abou Mrad, Inas Deeb and Mary Mikhael. Ayia Napa, Cyprus — January 3 & 4, 2020. Continue reading CAFCAW Executive Committee Meeting in Cyprus
“اخرسوا” ، “ما تسمعونا صوتكم”، “العبوا قد ما بدكن بالساحات بس الجد (السياسة) لالنا” ،… إنها عينة من عبارات استصغارية ينطقها “سياسيون” في لبنان عندما يتحدثون عن الشعب الثائر على الفساد والقمع والذي يطالب بحقوقه وامواله المهدورة والمسروقة وكرامته والعدالة الاجتماعية والمساواة في الحقوق والواجبات واستقلالية القضاء والاطائفية والسلام قد عرف علم الاجتماع مصطلح الاستصغار … Continue reading كفى استصغار
My latest article published by Executive Women December 9, 2019 Much has been said about social responsibility in the last two to three decades, and many non-governmental organizations have created programs and organized youth camps in the Arab world to encourage individuals and groups to act for the benefit of society at large. However, ongoing … Continue reading Peace Education: A Priority for our Youth and Society