Amanda Eads

Mar 30, 2016

Rahme Haidar – the Writer

This post is written by Amanda Eads, a Sociolinguistics student at NC State University. We pubilshed Part I of this series, Rahme Haidar-The Performer last week. Her previous writing includes a 3-part series on language and Lebanese identity. You can read Part I, […]

Mar 17, 2016

Rahme Haidar – The Performer

This post is written by Amanda Eads, a Sociolinguistics student at NC State University. Her previous writing includes a 3-part series on language and Lebanese identity. You can read Part I, Part II, and Part III on from the archives.  In […]

Jul 17, 2015

Lebanese Men, Lebanese Women…. Is there a difference in how they identify themselves?

This post is written by Amanda Eads, a Sociolinguistics student at NC State University. It is the final installment in a 3-part series that describes the survey she conducted and her analysis that centers on language, identity, and Lebanese heritage. If you […]

Jul 1, 2015

Being Lebanese = Speaking Arabic?

This post is written by Amanda Eads, a Sociolinguistics graduate student at NC State University. It is Part 2 of 3 in a series that describes the survey she conducted and her analysis. If you are of Lebanese heritage and would like […]

Jun 17, 2015

What does it mean to be Lebanese in America?

This post is written by Amanda Eads, a Sociolinguistics student at NC State University. It is Part 1 of 3 in a series that describes the survey she conducted and her analysis. If you are of Lebanese heritage and would like […]