We had to do something following the Beirut port blast

This summer marks the release of the anthology The Beirut Call: Harnessing Creativity for Change, a collection [by the Nabad program – Dar al Kalima University College of Arts and Culture] from Elyssar Press that features the work of 21 artists, poets, professors, and activists exploring the theme of art as essential, especially in the wake of disasters. Continue reading We had to do something following the Beirut port blast

“Interreligious Dialogue in the Middle East: the Case of Lebanon” Course at Saint Joseph University – Beirut – March 2021

Thanking my students from Germany and Spain for making it worthwhile to introduce them to interreligious dialogue in Lebanon while the country is collapsing. To Maria, Lucia, Hannah, Joris, Leonard, Charlotte, Nikolaus, Ludwig, Nathan, Jacob, Guillermo and Eleni: you definitely encouraged me to keep struggling for conviviality. I hope this course inspired you to learn … Continue reading “Interreligious Dialogue in the Middle East: the Case of Lebanon” Course at Saint Joseph University – Beirut – March 2021

Towards Inclusive Societies: Middle Eastern Perspectives – Virtual Book Launch

It was a pleasure seeing you again and celebrating together Dar al-Kalima University College of Arts & Culture and CAFCAW new publication “Towards Inclusive Societies: Middle Eastern Perspectives”. For those interested in the subject, the book is available on Amazon: https://amzn.to/3t8pb5i Continue reading Towards Inclusive Societies: Middle Eastern Perspectives – Virtual Book Launch

About the Nabad.art Program and Dr. Pamela Chrabieh’s Art. Interview published by Stars Illustrated – New York

STARS illustrated magazine February-March 2021 issue, Dossier Loubnan (Art book edition) is now available. Published by Times Square Press New York, and Stars Illustrated New York. Thanking once again Marjorie Lerner for the interview, and the possibility to talk about my art and the Nabad program of support for artists in Lebanon (nabad.art) which I … Continue reading About the Nabad.art Program and Dr. Pamela Chrabieh’s Art. Interview published by Stars Illustrated – New York

Education to Interreligious Dialogue in Lebanon, Jordan and Palestine – November 28, 2020 Webinar

Successful first webinar organized by Dar al-Kalima University College of Arts & Culture. Nadia Wardeh and I presented the results of our research. Stay tuned for more!بمشاركة نخبة من العلماء والأكاديميين من لبنان والاردن وفلسطين، عقدت الأمس جامعة دار الكلمة مؤتمرها الإقليمي الاول عبر الفضاء الإلكتروني لمناقشة أبحاث تعمل على تطوير مناهج تدريسية مختصة بالتعددية … Continue reading Education to Interreligious Dialogue in Lebanon, Jordan and Palestine – November 28, 2020 Webinar

لا خيار لنا في زمن الدمار إلا الابتكار – janoubia.com

“نبض” برنامج مبتكر لكلية دار الكلمة للفنون والثقافة في نطاق التدخل والتوعية والتمكين الفني وإنشاء المحتوى في الفنون والثقافة، تم إطلاقه رداً على تفجيرات مرفأ بيروت في شهر آب ٢٠٢٠ ويهدف إلى دعم فنانين ومنظمات فنية ومؤسسات ابداعية صغيرة في لبنان ومنطقة جنوب غرب آسيا وشمال أفريقيا لتنفيذ أفكارهم ومشاريعهم الفنية والثقافية وتسويق أعمالهم الفنية … Continue reading لا خيار لنا في زمن الدمار إلا الابتكار – janoubia.com

Lancement du programme Nabad pour les arts et la culture au Liban et au Moyen-Orient

L’Université Dar al-Kalima pour les arts et la culture annonce le lancement de NABAD en réponse aux explosions du port de Beyrouth du 4 août 2020. Ce programme innovateur en Asie du Sud-Ouest et en Afrique du Nord se veut de soutenir en 2020-2021 des artistes, des ONGs et de petites entreprises créatives au Liban, … Continue reading Lancement du programme Nabad pour les arts et la culture au Liban et au Moyen-Orient

Against the Current: Rethinking Gender, Religious Authority and Interreligious Dialogue

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