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Join us at 9:30 am Pacific on October 19th for the first lecture in the Badè Museum‘s virtual series, Women and Gender in the Phoenician Homeland and Diaspora.

This program is hosted by the Badè Museum in partnership with UC Berkeley’s Archaeological Research Facility (ARF)  and East Carolina University. All the lectures in this series can be watched live on the ARF YouTube channel or later on the ARF & Bade YouTube channels.

Dr. Maroun Khreich will present Phoenician women in textual documentation (epigraphical and literary)

Maroun Khreich is an Associate Professor of Ancient Near Eastern studies and a member of several archaeological missions. Recently he has been nominated executive director of the newly founded Chair for Phoenician Studies at the Saint Joseph University of Beirut (U.S.J.). and he is implementing the Phoenician Heritage Institute for the profit of the Corm Foundation (Beirut)

Maroun holds a Doctorate from the Ecole Pratique des Hautes Etudes (E.P.H.E) and he teaches in several Lebanese Universities. His research work focuses on the history, epigraphy, and cultures of the ancient Near East, particularly the Levant, the Arabian Peninsula, and the Mediterranean world, from the late Bronze Age until the advent of Islam.

Alongside his academic and research activities, Maroun is very concerned with the preservation and promotion of Lebanese cultural heritage as well as its impact on local communities, he participated in the creation and management of archaeological and cultural trails.