PROJECTS & EVENTS 

Virtual reality gears up to go back in time at Sidon’s Sea Castle -

“This technology can make students realize that history isn’t an ancient subject. It’s actually part of their current lives,” said Nayla Hamadeh from the Lebanese Association for History. “I used to be someone who believed in having to touch, see and smell sites in real life,” Hamadeh said. “But I realized it’s not always possible, whether that’s because of security issues or just because of distance. With VR you can bring history to the fore without worrying about security, or being stuck in traffic with your students...
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The Centre for Lebanese Studies (CLS) at LAU and the Lebanese Association for History (LAH) are on a mission to transform how students in Lebanon learn history. According to CLS Director Dr. Maha Shuayb, the teaching of history in Lebanon has been “hijacked by politicians,” and the textbooks...
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The first workshop was held with public high school teachers from Mount Lebanon in launching the oral history project entitled "From Local History to a Wider Understanding of the Past" organized by the Lebanese Association for History and the ForumZFD. The project aims at creating a clearer vision...
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Celebrating the closing ceremony for "How to make our students young historians?" program in collaboration with Center for Lebanese Studies and funded by the Dutch Embassy in Lebanon. This ceremony brings to an end, two-years filled with serious, commited, hard, and effecient work. Participanting...
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The Lebanese Association for History, in cooperation with the Centre for Lebanese Studies,  presented a four-day training workshop that was full of teamwork and fruitful  interaction within the educational development  program "Enhancing the Skills of History Teachers in Lebanon". The program...
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 “Nazra” Photo Exhibition The Lebanese Association for History hosted a panel discussion on the Oral History and the Memory of the Civil War in Lebanon as part of the UNDP Lebanon’s event on the commemoration of the war during the opening of “Nazra” photo exhibition. The event was...
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How to Make Our Students Young Historians? (Institute 6) May 11 and 12, 2018 The Lebanese Association for History, with collaboration of the Centre for the Lebanese Studies held their sixth and final workshop under the capacity building program “How to Make our Students Young...
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On Friday April 27, 2018, LAH participated in the King’s Day celebration organized by the embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands at Saint Georges hotel in Beirut. During this event, the Dutch Embassy invited many of its partners to showcase the work they are doing and how the kingdom of...
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EUROCLIO 25th Annual Conference 21.04.2018 - 26.04.2018

Nayla Hamadeh and Jihane Francis represented LAH at the EUROCLIO 25th annual conference held in Marseille on April 21-26, 2018. Nayla and Jihan facilitated a workshop entitled “Challenging the Peace Treaty for a more Sustainable Peace. The workshop offered an opportunity to present LAH and to...
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How to Make Our Students Young Historians ?(Institute 5)  February 16-17, 2018   The professional Development program “How to Make our Students Young Historians” continues in 2017 – 2018. The fourth workshop took place in October 2017, followed by the fifth on 16 – 17...
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