The political frenzy over accusations of rape against a prominent Islamic scholar obscures the need for more women to feel free to speak out against abuse.
The Arab Fund for Arts and Culture marks a decade of supporting artistic projects with an exhibition in Beirut’s new “museum of memory.”
The Townhouse art gallery, a cultural landmark, has survived a raid by state authorities and a building collapse.
American University in Cairo Press weathers the post-Mubarak era, focusing on scholarly books and new Arabic writing.
Solidarité International commissioned graphic artists to tell true stories of Syrians in Lebanon in a vivid and imaginative way.
A journalist who interviewed Moroccan women and scholars of sexuality found a widening gap between private sexual practices and public attitudes.
The sociologist Mehdi Alioua sees himself as an advocate and a mediator.
The detainees include scholars, preachers and public intellectuals from across the ideological spectrum.
A scholar calls for the adoption of fair admission policies at the nation’s public universities for people with disabilities.
Mahmoud Said’s oeuvre reflects an engagement with beauty, heritage, and national identity that remains relevant today.