‘Dancing In Damascus’ Showcases Artistic Resistance In Syria (2017)

WUNC – January 24, 2017 In March 2011, many Syrians stood up in the midst of the Arab Spring to protest President Bashar al-Assad and demand the country’s leader step down. Since then, a tumultuous civil war has ensued between the government, its citizens and rebel extremists. The ongoing violence has killed thousands of Syrians […]

Maysa Abou-Youssef Hayward: An Interview with Miriam Cooke

Maysa Abou-Youssef Hayward Ocean County College An Interview with Miriam Cooke miriam cooke has served the field of Arab studies as a distinguished author, translator, editor, and teacher. After earning her D.Phil. from Oxford University, she joined the faculty of Duke University in 1980. She has published nine volumes that include monographs, edited volumes, and […]