The main purpose of this project is to create the identity and platform of ALAT, an anonymous Arab feminist band that would speak up against issues such as abuse, misrepresentation, fetishization, and westernization. It also critiques the injustice that females are facing in this patriarchal music industry.
This dissertation traces the creation and development of the College from its establishment in 1924 until its transition to a coeducational institution in 1973. It contributes to research on Global South feminism, the impact of women’s education across the world in the twentieth century, missionary history, cross-cultural encounters, institutional histories, female spaces, American education in the Middle East, and education and identity formation in postcolonial states.
This project applies a managerial critique to political parties in Lebanon. It seeks to understand the different viewpoints of female representatives and that of male as well, and to identify what are the criteria that political parties have set in Lebanon, in order to be nominated by one.