The Center for Arabic Culture Presents: Colonial Jerusalem Book Reading and Discussion By Thomas Phillip Abowd Thomas Abowd received his PhD in Cultural Anthropology from Columbia University. He has been involved in scholarly and activist projects in the Middle East and the United States for the last 25 years. As well as other awards, Abowd … Continue reading
Learn Modern Standard Arabic! Kids and Adult levels Available! Registration has started for Fall 2014. For more information, CLICK HERE.
Auditions for enrolling in CAC Children’s Choir GOING ON NOW! To schedule auditions: Contact: Miss Richeh at firstname.lastname@example.org ~ or call: 617-893-1176 or 877-222-9740 The Choir’s main mission is to promote the Arabic culture through folkloric, contemporary and modern Arabic music and songs. CAC Choir Goals: Introduce Arab-American youths to the Arabic and Middle … Continue reading
Interested in an Internship/Volunteering in the Nonprofit Sector in Development and Event Planning? The Center for Arabic Culture is looking for a team of 6 Development and Events Interns/Volunteers who have a deep interest in the nonprofit world. Interns/volunteers will work on fundraising, non-profit marketing, and event and outreach planning. All candidates should have solid writing … Continue reading
The Palestine Center internship program provides students in the Washington, DC area who have an interest in the Middle East, and Palestine in particular, an opportunity to conduct research, develop writing and organizational skills, build valuable DC contacts, gain hands-on experience and observe the extensive political and policy-related happenings in the metropolitan DC area.
Discover Arabic Music with Simon Shaheen, Dr. A.J. Racy, and the Master Instructors at the Eighteenth Annual
Arabic Music Retreat. August 9-16, 2014 at Mt. Holyoke College.
‘Islam in the West: The Issues’ is a talk with Dr. Jocelyne Cesari about the presence of growing Muslim populations in Western democracies has sparked fierce debate on issues ranging from what constitutes genuine assimilation, to whether Islam poses an existential threat. Thursday, July 31, 2014 at 6:30 p.m. — Somerville Central Library.