PROJECTS & EVENTS 

A new workshop for artists and teachers contributing to the joint LAH-forumZFD project “From Local History to a Better Understanding of the Past” has taken place on February 7-8. Participants were exposed to the fields of dealing with the past and oral history. We also tackled approaches to...
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Working Teams for the “From Local History to a Wider Understanding of the Past” joint LAH-forumZFD project have been formed. Students, artists and teachers met on February 22 at Rabitat Sayyidat Choueifat. Public Secondary schools’ students who have participated in the oral history project...
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“A LEAP TOWARDS THE DIGITAL WORLD IN HISTORY EDUCATION: LEBANON AND THE ARAB WORLD” is launched by LAH in collaboration with CLS. The project involves the creation a Resource Management System (RMS), MASSADER, to support history teachers in Lebanon and the Arab World. The first workshop kicked...
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f5W0Pgsehf0 A program hosted by NC State’s Khayrallah Center for Lebanese Diaspora Studies is transforming the way Lebanese teachers educate students about their country’s history. The program, a collaboration with the Center for Lebanese Studies and the...
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SIDON, Lebanon: Sidon’s Sea Castle is said to have stood for almost 800 years. Built by crusaders, destroyed by the Mamluks and restored by Fakhreddine, the castle, as well as the city that surrounds it, are steeped in history. What if, instead of learning about this history in textbooks,...
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خمس سنوات على تأسيس الهيئة اللبنانية للتاريخ نايلة خضر حمادة* يعيش الناس في الحاضر ويتهيأون للمستقبل، فلمَ تكلّف عناء دراسة الماضي؟ لمَ الاهتمام بدراسة التاريخ...
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Voices from the Past 13.04.2019 - 14.04.2019

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About a War 11.02.2019 -

The Centre for Lebanese Studies and Lebanese Association for History invite you to the screening of the film “About A War” produced by Daniele Rugo & Abi Weaver at Lebanese American University- Beirut Campus on February 11, 2019 at 5:30p.m. The  film explores violence and memory,...
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