Project

Dec 6, 2017

Naif Farah: A Syrian in New York

The Khayrallah Center excitedly published the digital project Syrians in New York: Mapping Movement, 1900-1930 in September of 2017. However, not all of the extensive research conducted for the project fit within its final scope. This case study of Naif […]

Oct 5, 2016

Meet (even more of) the Center’s Interns

The Center is growing in its mission and scope everyday, which has allowed us to hire a few more interns. The interns you’ll meet in this post collaborate with the other Interns that came aboard earlier this year. Let’s meet […]

Apr 22, 2013

We were at NCPH this year!

The National Council on Public History and the International Federation of Public History held its annual conference from April 17-20 in Ottawa, Ontario. This year’s theme, “Knowing your Public(s)-The Significance of Audiences in Public History” brought an interdisciplinary group to Canada’s capital […]

Mar 5, 2013

Mashriq & Mahjar

This is a post about the new peer-reviewed academic journal organized by the Khayrallah Program for Lebanese-American Studies. Yes, we’ve been busy! But, before I wax poetic about the journal itself, I’d like to take you on a tour of […]

Dec 14, 2012

Mapping Early Lebanese, Part II

This installment includes links to the interactive tools designed for the community. The first installment provided background on the year-long collaborative project with The Digital Innovation Lab.  What I love about the projects below is that they are based on historical […]

Dec 10, 2012

Mapping Early Lebanese, Part I

This installment provides background on the year-long collaborative project with The Digital Innovation Lab. The next installment will include the interactive tools designed for the community. Telling the story of the largely unstudied Lebanese community in North Carolina would not […]