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  • June 01, 2016|Franck SalamehMiddle East Quarterly

    Charles Corm: An Intellectual Biography of a Twentieth-Century Lebanese "Young Phoenician."

    Salameh of Boston College provides an eloquent and profound biography of Charles Corm, Lebanese writer, industrialist, and philanthropist. Corm's story is a breath of fresh air for a region torn by morbid impulses and for a Middle East that has

  • September 01, 2011|Franck SalamehMiddle East Quarterly

    Does Anyone Speak Arabic?

    In August 2010, Associated Press staffer Zeina Karam wrote an article, picked up by The Washington Post and other news outlets, that tackled a cultural, and arguably political, issue that had been making headlines for quite some time in the Middle...

  • March 01, 2011|Franck SalamehMiddle East Quarterly

    Language, Memory, and Identity in the Middle East

    Most books on Lebanon crafted with sympathy and discernment are exercises in exploring the spirit of this singular country and its people. Salameh, a language professor at Boston College, demonstrates a unique approach to understanding that...

  • June 01, 2006|Franck SalamehMiddle East Quarterly

    Middlebury's Arabic Morass