Akram Fouad Khater

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Akram Fouad Khater is a professor of history at North Carolina State University. He specializes in the history of the Middle East and Arab relations and studies. Khater received his Ph.D. from the University of California at Berkeley in 1993. He is currently developing an undergraduate and masters program on teaching high school world history.[1] He currently heads the Khayrallah Program for Lebanese-American Studies.[2]


Bibliography[edit]

  • Inventing Home: Emigration, Gender, and the Middle Class in Lebanon, 1870-1920 by Akram Fouad Khater - History - 2001
  • Sources in the History of the Modern Middle East by Akram Fouad Khater History - 2003 - 421 pages
  • She Married Silk: A Rewriting of Peasant History in 19th Century Mount Lebanon by Akram Fouad Khater - Dissertations, Academic - 1993
  • Imbaba by Akram Fouad Khater

Awards[edit]

He received the NCSU Outstanding Teacher Award for 1998–1999 and the NCSU Outstanding Junior Faculty Award for 1999–2000.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Houghton Mifflin College - OnLine Catalog - Author BIO Page
  2. ^ [1] NC State University, Khayrallah Program for Lebanese-American Studies.

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