Abstract: The national curriculum in Lebanon has remained unchanged since 1997. Not only is the 1975-1990 civil war a highly sensitive historical event, but the national education system has made… Read More ›
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Teachers from Jordan, Cyprus, Lebanon and Turkey share the risks they took in the pedagogies they pioneered and histories they unveiled.
The article focusses on history culture and discusses the Louvre Abu Dhabi perspectives on ‘Middle Ages’ in museums in the Arab Golf region
Though grounded in a common past, the depiction of the Arab conquest in Algeria, Morocco and Tunisia reveals significant differences
Following the Oslo Agreement, the Palestinian Ministry of Education finalized a history curriculum abiding the restrictions of the Peace Agreement.
Lebanon’s commemorations serve multiple purposes. History and memory in Lebanon are deeply contested and highly politicized.
The two editors of this month’s issue set out in search of a multilingual and multicultural discourse in relation to what is called the “Arab world”.