History Weekend Event: Dr. Rashid Khalidi
NC State University’s History Weekend is upon us! If you haven’t been, you’re missing out! This year’s theme is The Future of the Middle East: The Historical Context. CHASS’ History Department will be hosting Dr. Rashid Khalidi, Columbia University Edward Said […]
Museum Exhibit: Promotional Flyer
With great thanks to the talented Parsa Beheshti Shirazi, a graphic designer, architect and graduate research assistant at NC State University, we are proud to share our flyer and the cover of our exhibit program. Thank you to our sponsors: […]
You’re invited to an early opening!
The first exhibition to commemorate the history of Lebanese immigrants who have made North Carolina their homes since the 1880s will open Saturday, February 22, at the N.C. Museum of History in Raleigh and will run through August 31, 2014. Admission is […]
Museum Exhibit: Press Release
Check out the Press Release for a full description of the forthcoming museum exhibit, and the website for more information.
Tomorrow: Exploring Private Life in Ancient Phoenicia
Our first event, sponsored by the Khayrallah Program for Lebanese-American Studies, for the Spring semester will be a public lecture by Dr. Helen Dixon. When: TOMORROW, February 4, 4-5:30 PM Where: Withers 331 Hall Subject: “Exploring Private Life in Ancient Phoenicia” The […]
February is Museum Month!
We are so excited to present a month filled with facts, figures, information, images and stories from the upcoming full-scale museum exhibition Cedars in the Pines at the North Carolina Museum of History where they have posted ours on their exhibits list. […]
Transcript of Callie Saleeby interview online
The transcript of the interview conducted with Callie Saleeby is now on our website under the Saleeby Family collection. You can access it here. Callie speaks openly in this rich interview about her Scotch-Irish upbringing in Wilmington and Fayetteville, NC. I had […]
Museum Exhibit: Graphic Design
Cultivating a space imbued with the spirit of the project through font design, color schemes and images choices. An overt but rarely considered aspect of museum exhibits is the cohesive design of the exhibit panels and gallery space that highlight […]
Museum exhibit: Video gaming stations
There’s no better way to understand the struggles, accomplishments, obstacles and life-changing choices of early Lebanese immigrants than to play one in a video game! As I mentioned in the last post, we are using this week as an opportunity […]