Archive Spotlight: Basil M. Kerbawy, Early Lebanese American Historian and Advocate
This post is written by Claire Kempa, a MA student of Public History at NC State University. At the Center, she works on the digital archive and on Mashriq & Mahjar: A Journal of Middle East Migration Studies. Read more about this […]
Book Review: Karim Dimeschkie’s, Lifted by the Great Nothing
This review is written by Joseph Geha, professor emeritus at Iowa State University and author of two books; Through and Through: Toledo Stories and Lebanese Blonde. His other books reviews include Rawi Hage’s, Cockroach and Rabih Alameddine’s, An Unnecessary Woman. Lifted by the Great Nothing, Karim […]
Questioning Assumptions: Gender & Lebanese Immigration
This post is written by Dr. Akram Khater, Director of the Khayrallah Center, and Marjorie Stevens, Senior Researcher at the Khayrallah Center. For similar posts, check out migration and health, and Lebanese in the US Census. At the entrance to […]
Two Poems from Jacobo the Turko, a work-in-progress
This post is written by Phillip Bannowsky, an Instructor of English at University of Delaware. He served as secondary English Chair at both Academia Cotopaxi in Quito, Ecuador (1992-95) and at International College in Beirut, Lebanon (2002-05). Phillip has published a novel, […]
How did migration affect the health of the early Lebanese American community?
This post is co-written by Sarah Soleim, a PhD in Public History at NC State University specializing in twentieth-century United States history, and Marjorie Stevens, Senior Researcher for the Center. For more articles on this topic, check out Counting the Lebanese […]
Meet the Center’s Interns!
This post is written by Marjorie Stevens, Senior Research at the Khayrallah Center. The Khayrallah […]