Mohamed Ahmed Ibrahim, a key figure in the Emirates’ avant-garde art scene, uses vivid colors in works that blur the line between painting and sculpture.
The late Saadallah Wannous explored the meaning of human liberation, both personal and political. His work has been collected now for English speakers.
The curators of Past Disquiet, recently shown in Beirut, revisit a landmark 1978 exhibition held in solidarity with the Palestinian cause.
Ibrahim Ahmed draws on his own multinational experience to make art that challenges societal constructs.
The Syrian Youth Empowerment initiative guides high-school students in Syria through the U.S. college application process. Its cofounder George Batah explains the importance of Syrians winning scholarships to study in the U.S.
Gader Gad Nassar steps down as president of Cairo University this month. His supporters say he has helped defend the institution from political and religious divisiveness.
Ms. Johnson has led NAFSA: Association of International Educators, the largest professional association dedicated to international educators, for 18 years. She retires at the end of 2016.
The editor of Al-Fanar Media recalls an interview with the one of the most internationally famous Egyptians of his age.
An American university fired Steven Salaita for anti-Israel tweets. Our writer catches up with him in Lebanon.
Joseph Jabbra, the president of Lebanese American University, talks about steering his institution through difficult political and economic times.