A new book argues that Arab social scientists limit their teaching and research through self-censorship, producing a “knowledge void.”
Academic self-censorship not only hinders individuals’ intellectual output and creativity but comes at a cost to whole societies.
International relations theories do not travel seamlessly across borders. A forum of Arab scholars examines how the discipline is studied in their world.
The MENA Prison Forum, launched in 2018, researches and documents prisons and prisoners’ experiences across the region. Its resources include art, literature, film and testimonies.
Artificial intelligence is advancing at lightning speed, with important implications for business and society. Business schools need to do a better job of preparing students for it.
Four scholars of gender and women’s studies reflect on the challenges of teaching gender politics in the Middle East and North Africa.
An advocate for online education is concerned that the sudden shift to remote instruction will affect its quality.
As Lebanon launches what amounts to a national experiment in converting both school and university education to online learning, an advocate of online learning tries to assess progress.
Lebanese higher education is caught between two crises. A scholar looks at how that’s likely to affect universities and offers suggestions for how they can prepare.
An Italian professor suggests that those living in the Mediterranean region take their natural tendency toward creativity as a philosophy and way of life and invest in it even more.