The Case for Lebanon– a review

In a review published in Bustan: The Middle East Book Review, Norman Stillman, considered one of the titans of Middle East Studies, calls Language, Memory, and Identity in the Middle East: The Case for Lebanon by BC Assistant Professor Franck Salameh, “a brilliant and erudite tour de force.” He goes on to write that “Although the book provides fresh insights into a different aspect of the Middle East, it is always measured, analytical, and cogently and elegantly argued on the basis of data that has been meticulously researched.”  Salameh teaches in the Department of Slavic & Eastern Languages and Literatures. Read the full review.
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