Shafeeq Ghabra chose research and teaching over military, diplomatic and administrative work. His writing sustains him now.
With Lebanon facing multiple crises, many students struggle with education costs. French and U.S. government programs are helping some continue their studies.
Games are well established as teaching tools, says a history professor in Qatar. Instead of resisting them, educators should be trying to develop better ones.
Fadi Bardawil believes the history of how leftist thought evolved in the 1960s holds lessons for groups seeking change today.
Decades of Israeli attacks on facilities and control over curricula have undermined access to education for all Palestinians, speakers at a recent webinar said.
With his death in March, the Arab region lost a leading advocate for citizenship, political rights, gender equality and justice.
A history professor at an American university in Qatar argues that Anglophone institutions should avoid a linguistic monoculture.
Teachers are carers by nature, but where can they turn for care themselves? Equitable, caring policies at their own institutions matter most.
The group, launched by professors two years ago, lobbies governments and fellow academics to defend their homeland’s cause abroad.