Isolated workshops led by outside experts fail to tap teachers’ own expertise, says a researcher working on models for Lebanon.
The Iraqi historian who reported from Mosul on the ISIS occupation tells the story of how his home city outlived both Ottoman rule and the self-styled caliphate of Da’esh.
Why does a public university prefer to hire teaching staff from western universities?
Asma Lamrabet wants to reclaim a more egalitarian Islam from centuries of patriarchal interpretation.
Arab governments may be more likely to tolerate reporters writing in foreign languages, but more journalists need to write in Arabic.
At a workshop in Amman, a Palestinian teaching assistant meets young refugees of war in Syria, Iraq and Sudan.
A medical school in Beirut offers an elective that explores the ancient language’s connection to modern Lebanon.
In Morocco, a professor of sociology speaks out against a religious sheikh’s unfounded pronouncements on human reproduction.
A new book highlights the work of Arab scientists who are making major strides in satellite technology and the discovery of distant planets.
Students need to understand what lies behind accreditation before they rely on it to make decisions, a consultant says.