An Iraqi scholar says that tolerance and minority rights are an essential part of keeping societies strong.
Journalism professor says coverage of the emirate may owe to more than genuine human-rights concerns.
Learning the language helps students get access to global jobs, but critics say it threatens the region’s culture.
Archaeologists, regardless of their politics, are trying to stabilize and restore the rich remnants of Syria’s heritage damaged in the country’s conflict.
University protests can’t stop antiquities destruction and looting in Iraq as archaeologists struggle to assess the damage from afar.
An Egyptian charity uses art and experiential learning to help children in a Cairo slum area develop broader skills.
Facebook was the author’s platform to bring Iraqi art, culture, and history to the world. Now he has lost years of work.
The quality of instruction in the fine arts is sliding downwards in Iraq, with many artists, art professors, and art buyers having fled the country.
A new book collects the art and writing that have prospered in the midst of great suffering.
Bandits with 4-wheel drives and automatic weapons are overwhelming poorly guarded museums and archaeological sites and depriving Egyptians of the chance to fully understand their past.