Arab Studies Journal is pleased to announce that Reem Bailouny’s “From Mandate Borders to the Diaspora: Rashaya’s Transnational Suffering and the Making of Lebanon in 1925” (Fall 2018) was selected by the Syrian Studies Association (SSA) for its annual Most Outstanding Article Prize.
The SSA awards an annual prize for the most outstanding article or book chapter each year. The award aims to promote and highlight excellence in research on Bilad al-Sham until 1918 and on Syria in the period following. Bailouny was announced the winner in November 2019 and honored during the SSA’s activities at the Middle East Studies Association Annual Meeting. The SSA is an international association organized to encourage and promote research and scholarly understanding of Syria in all periods and in all academic disciplines.
In celebration of this award, ASJ is pleased to make Bailouny’s article available for download (at no cost) for a limited time.
To download the article, please click here.
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