​Discover the captivating history of Jerusalem in a lecture by professor Nasser Rabbat at Tahrir Cultural Centre

Reham El-Adawi , Tuesday 23 Jan 2024

Nasser Rabbat
Nasser Rabbat

 

Diwan Bookstore

Radio Cinema, 24 Talaat Harb, Marouf, Qasr El Nil, Downtown, Cairo, Tel 02 25756562   

Thurs 25, 6pm: January book discussion presents Sharaa bin Yahouda (bin Yahouda’s street) novel by Ayman El-Semary

 

 

French Cultural Institute

Heliopolis, Masr Al-Gedida, Tel 02 2417 4824 

Tues 30, 7-9pm: The “Learn to Say No” philosophical conference is a valuable opportunity to acquire skills and tools useful in personal and professional life. Saying “no” is often difficult for many of us because we tend to want to please others or avoid conflict. However, learning to say “no” is crucial for establishing healthy boundaries, protecting our time and energy, and maintaining our mental and emotional balance. During this conference, you will learn strategies for communicating assertively, saying “no” without guilt, and managing negative reactions from others. You will also discover how to say “no” constructively, that is, by offering alternatives or explaining your reasons clearly and respectfully. In short, this conference will help you develop your self-confidence and improve your quality of life. (Admission is free, but you need to register in advance to facilitate the organization of the event. Register by email at: [email protected], or call any the following numbers: 01226281524 /01286803043/ 01287094586). 

 

 

 

Heliopolis Library

42 Al-Oroba St, off Beirut St, Misr Al-Gedida, Tel 011 42464426

Sat 27, 5.30pm (open invitation): “Philosophical Hallway” lecture, moderated by Professor of philosophy Imad El-Adly, aims to introduce the reader to the long history of the philosophical trends and ideas through dialogues and discussions. 

 

 

Tahrir Cultural Centre (TCC) 

AUC’s Tahrir Campus, Al-Sheikh Rihan St, off Tahrir Square, Tel 02 2615 2694/01280009077

Hill House, Room 602

Sat 27, 6-8pm: “How Jerusalem Became an Islamic City”,

discover the captivating history of Jerusalem in a lecture by Professor Nasser Rabbat, Aga Khan Professor and Director of the Aga Khan Programme for Islamic Architecture, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT).
This talk is in collaboration with the Department of Arab and Islamic Civilizations (ARIC) at the American University in Cairo and AUC Bookstores with the support of the Winder Fund.


* A version of this article appears in print in the 25 January, 2024 edition of Al-Ahram Weekly

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