From Kansas to Beirut: A Tale of Two Women
Narrating and Re-Narrating the Arab American Story
Arab Americans in Film: From Hollywood & Egyptian Stereotypes to Self-Representation
By Waleed F. Mahdi
Syracuse University Press, 2020
“Is it possible to re-narrate the Arab American story beyond the imperatives of suspicion and patriotism?” University of Oklahoma assistant professor and cultural critic Waleed F.
Inheritors of Sound and Song: Arab Music and the Legacy of Al-Andalus
Muslim Americans Negotiate the Public Sphere: 'Civic Purdah' and Civic Engagement in Metro Detroit
The Catcher in the Bulgur?
Coming of Age Story Witnesses Tribulations of Growing up Arab American in Brooklyn
Book Offers Overview of Women’s Growing Influence on Wide Range of Arab Affairs, From Combating Pedophilia to Advocating for LGBTQ Rights
Historical Overview of Arab American Women from 19th Century to Present Honors the Works of Michael Suleiman
The Wonders of a Village Childhood
Stories My Father Told Me: Memories of a Childhood in Syria and Lebanon
By Elia Zughaib and Helen Zughaib
Cune Press, 2020
“Stories My Father Told Me: Memories of a Childhood in Syria and Lebanon” is a delightful collection of short one-page stories told to Elia Zughaib by his father, accompanied by paintings by his daughter, Helen Zughaib.