Conference: Middle Eastern Bodies in Motion
The Khayrallah Program is partnering with University of Cambridge (UK) to host a one day workshop on Middle East migrations. This is our second sponsored conference and we are excited to present a call for papers. The workshop will be […]
WLCU Honors Akram Khater
Earlier this month, the World Lebanese Cultural Union profiled Akram Khater for the Lebanese Heritage spotlight. Founded in 1960, WLCU is an international, secular, non-denominational, non-profit organization sponsored by the Government of Lebanon but working independently in cooperation with Lebanese […]
Tomorrow’s event postponed!
For all interested in attending Professor Helen Dixon’s lecture on Phoenicians, the event has been postponed from this Tuesday to NEXT TUESDAY, February 4 @ 4pm in Room 331, Withers Hall on NCSU’s campus. Please join us then!
Event Postponed: Exploring the Private of Ancient Phoenicia
Don’t miss Dr. Helen Dixon February 4! When: Tuesday, February 4, 4pm Where: Withers 331 Hall Subject: “Exploring Private Life in Ancient Phoenicia” Read more about the event: The Phoenicians are famous as a civilization of pioneers – the inventors of the […]
Bulk up your collection!
Don’t see your family name in the illustration below? That probably means that you aren’t among the 29 families who have donated their images, documents, and stories that bring to life the history and culture of Lebanese-Americans in NC. I […]
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: Tuesday, January 28, 4-5:30 PM Where: Withers 331 Hall Subject: “Exploring Private Life in Ancient Phoenicia” […]
The year of the exhibit
We are a few weeks into 2014 and we are excited to share another year with all our readers, Facebook, YouTube and Twitter followers! Our new year is filled fresh goals, partnerships and cultural exchanges. As you’re all aware, The […]
Help us achieve our goals today!
Please take a moment to support The Khayrallah Program for Lebanese-American Studies at NC State University, which has worked hard to document, preserve and publicize our common legacy. We hope to raise $130,000 for the museum exhibition. * * * […]
Our video at AHA in New Orleans!
As proud collaborators with NC State University’s Department of Public History, the Project was excited to be featured in their short video that showed at this year’s American Historical Association meeting in New Orleans, LA. The video explored the field […]
In honor of Sister Mary Michel Boulus, 1926-2012
Photo source: http://www.walidmaalouf.com/ In December 2012, Mercy Sister and devoted member of the Lebanese-American community in North Carolina, Mary Michel Boulus, died at the age of 86. A woman full of zeal, Sister Mary Michel was the former President of […]