Posted on June 04, 2013 in Arab American Institute


The AAI Foundation is committed to providing educational resources about the Arab and Muslim worlds and the Arab American experience. While many universities in the U.S. and abroad offer Middle East and Islamic Studies programs, some in the U.S. are beginning to provide Arab American Studies, as well. Below you will find links to many of these programs, as well as to resources published by the Arab American Institute that help define the Arab American experience—from the first waves of immigrants from Syria and Lebanon in the 1880s to the contributions of leaders like John Sununu, Farouk El Baz, Kahlil Gibran, Ray LaHood, Nick Rahall, Helen Thomas, and Edward Said.

We encourage you to explore these resources, and to let us know about any new programs, publications, and other materials on our community.



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