2 edition of Arab America today found in the catalog.
Arab America today
|Statement||by John Zogby.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 42 p. :|
|Number of Pages||42|
Arab American Literary Fictions, Cultures, and Politics is the first original book of Arab American literary criticism and offers reflections on the viability of developing an Arab American Studies. Arab-American women's writing and performance: Orientalism, race and the idea of the Arabian nights / Somaya Sami Sabry. London ; New York: I.B. A sprawling Arab museum, a detour to the Henry Ford Museum, and a Lebanese meat market, where all is not as it seems. By Seth Kugel Census Considers How to Measure a More Diverse America.
If America needs anything today, it needs to infuse its people with spiritual and human values. Should America fail to do so, it will soon face a major crisis that will shake its very existence. Judaism, Christianity, and Islam, were all born and raised in our land. Religion has been central to the life of the Arab. Well, this is a famous list, I don't know who did it, according to wikipedia it's the Arab Writers Union, but I'm still doubtful about it. What I noticed is that they picked one title per an author. Some of the best arabic novelists ever, like Naguib Mahfouz, have only one title in a list of
Whether you want to learn more about Arab American history or you just want to joyfully celebrate Arab American culture, books are a great way . Presents a history of Arab immigration to the United States and Canada, from the 19th century to the present day, with information about famous Arab Americans, Islam, and Arab-American neighborhoods, as well as a discussion of life in the United States for Arab .
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