16th Annual Lebanese Festival
This Saturday, the Lebanese Festival! Check out other events in NC on our Events page.
Lebanese in Kansas, oh my!
When I started working on this project, among the first questions that people asked me included: Wait, there are Lebanese people in North Carolina? And when I answered affirmatively, they followed up with, Are there a lot of them? Questions […]
Map of Ottoman Empire
“Turkey in Asia” map from the New Encyclopedia Atlas and Gazetteer is a great find that may have a place in the museum exhibit in 2014!
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 […]
Using the archives for history of Maronites in NC
Natasha Beathe, a fellow community member living in Charlotte, is a council member of the Maronite Mission of Charlotte and the head of communications. For the most recent edition of the Council’s newspaper, Natasha wrote about Lebanese Maronites living in North […]
We want your input!
Thanks to everyone who stopped by the Khayrallah Program for Lebanese Studies Booth this past Saturday! We happily debuted information about the upcoming museum exhibit opening in February 2014 at the North Carolina State Museum of History in downtown Raleigh. The […]
Why celebrate the Lebanese festival?
This weekend marks the 15th annual Lebanese festival held in downtown Raleigh. The Triangle Lebanese Association has done a wonderful job promoting this event, so check out their website for details. The Khayrallah Program for Lebanese Studies will also have […]