The publication is the cumulation of a project by AUB's Neighborhood Initiative that identified and located 46 streets in Beirut that carry AUB-related names emphasizing the shared history between the university and the city. The goal of the project is to bring awareness to the connections between people and place through the actual names of Beirut’s streets and to those in whose honor they are named. The booklet is original published by AUB’s Office of Communications as a bilingual edition and includes a pull-out map of Ras Beirut highlighting the 28 AUB-related streets in the neighborhood.
In this informative book, Dean Daghir presents a well-documented history of agricultural education at AUB from the early part of the twentieth century to the current day. This account is preceded by an introductory chapter on the history of agriculture in the Levant, widely considered to be one of the areas where human beings first transformed from hunter-gatherers to farmers. This book is a rich testimony to the contributions of the Faculty of Agricultural and Food Sciences (FAFS) and its graduates toward development in the Middle East region. The book will be of interest not only to former and current FAFS students, faculty, and staff members, but also to all those interested in AUB and its growth over the years.
Eighteen-year-old Gladys Mouro left her home in New Hampshire for the American University of Beirut, where she soon became a first-rate registered nurse. But in her pursuit of adventure, Lebanon gave her more than she had ever bargained for. Less than a year after her arrival, Lebanon's civil conflict erupted and swept her into fifteen years of dealing with the tragic human consequences of war in an understaffed and unprotected hospital. This book is a personal record of living and working in a war-torn land; it is also a story of the noble survival of an institution – the American University of Beirut Medical Center and the courageous people who, against all odds, kept it alive and functioning throughout the Lebanese Civil War.
Berytus is an international peer-reviewed journal devoted to the archaeological and ethnoarchaeological studies on Syria and Lebanon from prehistoric to Islamic times, but will also publish articles on neighbouring regions and in related fields. Berytus Archaeological Studies volumes 55 and 56 celebrate the year 2016 marking the 150th anniversary of the Faculty of Arts and Sciences of the American University of Beirut. This volume is the companion of volume 56 which appeared in the same year.
Published since 1934 by AUB’s Faculty of Arts and Sciences, Berytus is an international peer-reviewed journal devoted primarily to archaeological, ethnoarchaeological, and historical studies on Lebanon and Syria from prehistoric to Ottoman times. Several recent volumes have been devoted to publishing the results of excavations undertaken in the Souks area of the Beirut Central District by the American University of Beirut in association with the Archaeological Collaboration for Research and Excavation (ACRE) between 1994 and 1996. Since 1964, Berytus has been published either annually or biennially. Berytus Archaeological Studies volumes 55 and 56 celebrate the year 2016 marking the 150th anniversary of the Faculty of Arts and Sciences of the American University of Beirut. This volume is the companion of volume 55 wich appeared in August 2016.