|Lebanon Sites (61 - 75 of 110)|
Albert Hourani - Wikipedia
Information about Albert Hourani, a Lebanese writer and teacher.
Giuseppe Stefano Evodio Assemani - Wikipedia
Information about Giuseppe Stefano Evodio Assemani, a Lebanese orientalist and the chief assistant of his uncle Giuseppe Simone in his work in the Vatican library.
Hanan al-Shaykh - Wikipedia
Information about Hanan al-Shaykh, a Lebanese author of contemporary Arab women's literature.
Muhammad Jaber al-Safa - Wikipedia
Information about Muhammad Jaber al-Safa, a Lebanese historian and writer from the Lebanese region of Jabal Amel.
Nassim Nicholas Taleb - Wikipedia
Information about Nassim Nicholas Taleb, a Lebanese American essayist, scholar of randomness and knowledge, researcher and practitioner of mathematical finance.
Ghassan Tueni - Wikipedia
Information about Ghassan Tueni, a Lebanese parliamnet member and publisher of An-Nahar newspaper, the father of assassinated Lebanese politician and journalist Gebran Tueni.
Giuseppe Luigi Assemani - Wikipedia
Information about Giuseppe Luigi Assemani, a Lebanese orientalist and Professor of Oriental languages at Rome.
Art encyclopedia by Joumana Bou Fakhreddine, compiling the jewels of Gibran Khalil Gibran. It reveals first time information ever mentioned, and sheds light on Gibran's brilliant journey, art and thoughts, life visions, the beauty of wisdom and optimism.
Arab 2 Guide - Gibran Kahlil Gibran Biography and Works, Lebanon
Highlights the works of Lebanese poet, philosopher, and artist Gibran Kahlil Gibran. Website also includes songs, health topics, media, news, jobs and more.
Nassim Taleb - Wikipedia
Information about Nassim Taleb, a Lebanese American essayist, philosopher of randomness, researcher and practitioner of financial mathematics.
Ahmad Reda - Wikipedia
Information about Ahmad Reda, a Lebanese writer, poet and linguist.
IMDb Profiles - Rodney El Haddad
Presents brief biography and film credits for the Lebanese writer Rodney El Haddad.
Arkan Simaan - Wikipedia
Information about Arkan Simaan, a Lebanese Brazilian French historian of science and a novelist.
Edward Atiyah - Wikipedia
Information about Edward Atiyah, a Lebanese secretary of the Arab League office in London, best known for his 1946 autobiography An Arab Tells His Story, and his 1955 book The Arabs.
Giuseppe Simone Assemani - Wikipedia
Information about Giuseppe Simone Assemani, a Lebanese orientalist, titular archbishop of Tyre and librarian of the Vatican library.