PANEL ONE


"The Mahjar Comes Home: Rihani, Jubran, and Nu'aymah and Their Short Narratives"

By Professor Emeritus Roger Allen
University of Pennsylvania 
 

 

"The Symbolism of Democracy in Ameen Al-Rihani's 'Crossing Brooklyn Bridge"

By Professor Terri DeYoung
University of Washington, Seattle

 

"From Mahjar to Immigrant Writers: Critical Reception of Amin/Ameen Rihani and Jibran Khalil/Kahlil J(G)ibran in the Twenty First Century"

By Professor Geoffrey Nash
University of London, UK

 

 

PANEL TWO


"Gibran, Naimy and Afifa Karam: Gender Politics in Mahjar Literature"

By Professor Elizabeth Saylor
Middlebury College, Vermont

"The Landscape of Hope and Possibility: The Resilient Mind and Imagination of Ameen Rihani"

By Professor Nathan Funk
University of Waterloo, Canada

 

"One who has not learned cannot teach: one who has not taught cannot learn:" Didacticism in Mikhail Naimy's Oeuvre"

By Professor Gregory Bell
Princeton University

 

PANEL THREE


"Canonizing the Creativity Principle: Jubran and Nu'aymah"

By Professor Muhsin Al-Musawi
Columbia University

"Prophetic Criticism" in Ameen Rihani's Thought: The Parallax for a Post-Orientalist Theology

By Professor Youssef Yacoubi

Seton Hall University

"Arabic Aesthetics and Russian Poetics: The Influence of Russian Literature on Naimy"

By Professor Rebecca Gould

University of Birmingham, UK

 

 

 

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