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Emigration Liban-Portugal-Brésil, Roberto Khatlab, Congrès International Guerre Péninsulaire, Académie Portugaise de Histoire, Fondation Calouste Gulbenkian, Lisbonne, Portugal, 7-9 November 2007

Diaspora Migration and Homeland Relations, Guita Hourani, Migration and Refugee Movements in the Middle East and North-Eastern Africa, The Forced Migration and Refugee Studies Program (FMRS), American University in Cairo (AUC), Egypt, 23-25 October 2007

Les relations Brésil-Liban, histoire et émigration, Roberto Khatlab, Université de l’Etat de Rio de Janeiro, UERJ, Ri ode Janeiro, Brésil, 30 August 2007 (by invitation of the Brasilian government)

Les relations entre le Brésil et  Liban: histoire, émigration, culture et économie, Roberto Khatlab,
Séminaire d’échanges académiques Brésil-Liban
, Ministère de l’Éducation du Brésil, Université du Brasília,
DF, Brésil, 27-28 August 2007 (by invitation of the Brasilian government)

Managing Migration, Saving Brain Drain: The Case of Lebanon, Guita Hourani, Migration as an
Obstacle to Social and Economic Development and “Brain Drain”
, The Directorate of Migrants, Ministry
of Foreign Affairs, UNESCO Palace, Beirut, Lebanon, 28 June 2007

Seductive Identifications: Parody and Power in Loubna Haikal’s Seducing Mr. Maclean,
Norman Nikro, Politics, Culture and Lebanese Diaspora, Lebanese American University, Beirut, 24-27 May 2007

Engendering Diaspora Masculinities: The Impact of forced Migration on Male Identity in
Lebanese Network Communities
, Eugene Sensenig-Dabbous, Politics, Culture and Lebanese Diaspora,
Lebanese American University, Beirut, 24-27 May 2007

Forced Migration and Masculinity: The Impact of the Summer War 2006 on Lebanese Male Identity,
Guita Hourani and Eugene Sensenig-Dabbous, Migration, Islam and Masculinities: Transforming Emigration
and Immigration Societies
, Carl von Ossietzky University of Oldenburg, Germany, 11 April 2007

Diaspora and E-Commerce: The Globalization of Lebanese Baklava, Guita Hourani, Eighth Mediterranean Research Meeting, Workshop 06: Between Society and the Market: Novel Approaches to the Business History of the Middle East, Montecatini Terme, Italy, 21-25 March 2007

Les Libanais au Brésil, hier et aujourd’hui, Roberto Khatlab, Musée National, Rio de Janeiro, Brésil,
20 March 2007

Présence libanaise dans tous les Etats du Brésil, Roberto Khatlab, Liga Cultural Árabe-Brasileira,
São Paulo, 5 August 2006

Absentee Voting in a Global Perspective: Working towards an Absentee Voting Law for Lebanon,
E. Sensenig-Dabbous, K. Fakih, G. Labaki and G. Hourani, Report presented to the National Electoral
Commission University Editorial Board, Lebanon, 2005

Présentation du Lebanese Emigration Research CenterLERC/NDU, Roberto Khatlab, Conférence
au Núcleo de Estudos Libanês
– NEL, Université Fédéral de Santa Maria - UFSM, Rio Grande do Sul,
Brésil, 20 November 2005

In Defence of Faith-Based Politics: Reassessing the Role of Abrahamic Religions within
European Communities
, Eugene Sensenig-Dabbous, Islam and Europe – Mixed or Separated,
AEGEE-Bucharest, Bucharest, Romania, 3-7 October 2005

Transnational Lebanese Communities Network: Using Traditional, Alternative and
ICT-Based Methodologies to Study Middle Eastern Migration Networks
, Guita Hourani and
Eugene Sensenig-Dabbous, The Sixth Mediterranean Social and Political Research Meeting, Robert
Schumann Centre for Advanced Studies, The European University Institute, Montecatini Terme, Florence,
Italy, March 2005

The Role of the EU in Building Dialogue between Islam and the West,Eugene Sensenig-Dabbous,
Avrupa Ogrencileri Forumu: Islam and Europe - Eye Contact
, AEGEE-Ankara, Ankara, Turkey, 1-6 October 2004

Rationale Behind the “Whiteness” of the Syrian-Lebanese in South Africa and the United States
of America in Two Court Cases
, Guita Hourani, The Eleventh International Congress of the
Asociación Latinoamericana de Estudios de Asia y África
on Integracion y Diversidad: Asia Y Africa En
(Integration and Diversity: Asia and Africa in Transformation), Mexico City, Mexico, 12-15
November 2003

Lebanese and Austria Youth Discover Stereotyping: A Self-Reflective and Interactive Process,
Eugene Sensenig-Dabbous, Stereotyping of Arabs and Muslims in the Media Targeting Children and Youth,
European Social Action Network Brussels/Diversity Centre Salzburg, Dortmund, Germany, 4-6 July 2003

Dès 1790, il est fait mention d’un grand commerçant de Zahlé établi à Rio de Janeiro.
L’empereur Dom Pedro II s’installe, en 1876, à l’hôtel « Belle Vue » à Beyrouth : les Libanais découvrent le Brésil.
L’Orient-Le Jour, le 5 Novembre 2007 Par Roberto KHATLAB

Le grand parcours des «Brasilebaneses», le succès de Jose Zaglul au Costa Rica, les liens ancestraux avec la France.
Les Libanais dans le monde
Notre dossier bimensuel.
L’Orient-Le Jour, Le 3 Decembre 2007
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Amyr Klink, Grand Navigateur en Solitaire, Roberto Khatlab, L’Orient-Le Jour, 5 November 2007, p. 5

Saga libanaise: Trois Vagues d’Emigration pour Six Millions de Libanais, Roberto Khatlab, L’Orient-Le Jour, 19 November 2007, p. 5

The Maronite Eremitical Tradition: A Contemporary Revival, Guita Hourani and Antoine Habchi, The Heythrop Journal 45 (4), 2004, pp. 451- 465 (Refereed)

Europe - A Space for Testimony? The Political Culture of Christianity and Islam in the 21st Century, Eugene Sensenig-Dabbous, Religion and Culture after Modernity, Romanian Roman Catholic St. Theresa Theological Institute, Sinaia, Romania, 9-10 June 2004.
Conference papers were published by Magdalena Dumitrana and Vladimir Peterca in the series of the Archiepiscopia Romano-Catolica de Bucuresti and the Council for Research in Values and Philosophy, Washington DC.

Communities in Conflict - Communities of Understanding: Migration from the Middle East/North Africa (MENA) to the European Union, Eugene Sensenig-Dabbous, Sources of Conflict and Prospects for Peace in the Mediterranean Basin, Peace Studies Conference in Honour of Giorgio La Pira – 1904/2004, University of Messina/Central Connecticut State University, Messina, Italy, 17-21 March 2004.
Published by Marcello Saija.