Irwin Hall Auditorium, Beirut campus
Certain factors in Lebanon’s history have adversely affected the country’s cultural heritage. Mismanagement has led to the loss of items, the obliteration of their Lebanese character, or their dispersal in and outside the homeland. The Center for Lebanese Heritage was set up to locate and restore such objects, making a difference in the preservation of Lebanon’s unique cultural heritage.
The Center also maintains a busy schedule of activities. Browse through the latest events it has hosted.
Students honor the writer Amin el Rihani in an event organized by the Center for Lebanese Heritage on February 2, 2009
The CLH celebrated the poet Fouad Sleiman's centennial anniversary
Poet Venus Khoury Ghatta takes part in a poetic panel held on March 12, 2012
Mr. Elias el Rahbani, brother of Assi and Mansour, among the audience attending a special tribute to the Rahbani brothers held on January 4, 2010
The CLH organized a conference on Lebanese Renaissance on May 9, 2011
Dr. Joseph Jabbra, president of LAU, attends an exhibition dedicated to late poet Shibli Mallat
Arab poets shared their love poems dedicated to the city of Beirut on January 29, 2010
When women write
A sneak peek into Beirut's memory