Tag Archives: Middle East

Lebanese nationalist Charles Corm

In the new book, Charles Corm: An Intellectual Biography of a Twentieth-Century Lebanese “Young Phoenician” (Lexington Books, 2015), Associate Professor of Near Eastern Studies Franck Salameh writes about Lebanese writer and businessman Charles Corm, an influential figure in the nationalism movement that led to Lebanon’s independence. Salameh delves … Continue reading

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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 … Continue reading

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Review of The Case for Lebanon

Language Memory and Identity in the Middle East: The Case for Lebanon by Boston College Assistant Professor of Near Eastern Studies, Arabic, and Hebrew Franck Salameh was reviewed by Professor Mordechai Nisan of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem in the Spring … Continue reading

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The case for Lebanon

A new reading of modern Middle Eastern history is proposed—and alternate solutions to the volatile region’s problems are suggested—by Franck Salameh, an assistant professor in the Boston College Slavic and Eastern Languages Department, in his new book Language, Memory, and … Continue reading

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