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Heritage

Sunday, November 18, 2018
Part of the opening of the Palestinian Heritage Day at the University

The Deanship of Student Affairs at Arab American University organized heritage events, to include two exhibitions of handicrafts, art works and local products, as they also presented some caricatures drawings for the martyr cartoonist Naji Al-Ali under the title "According to Handhala’s narrative" which took place for three days.

The exhibition was opened by the Dean of Student Affairs, Dr. Bashar Daraghmeh, in the presence of his assistant Professor Muhammad Kamil, and the employee of Cultural and Artistic Activities dept., Ms. Joanna Al-Hafi.

The Dean of Student Affairs Dr. Daraghmeh assured the importance of adhering the Palestinian heritage and its transmission through generations. This is the responsibility of the University to organize heritage events, exhibitions and other related matters.

Monday, March 27, 2017

Arab American University announced starting to prepare for hosting the fourth International Conference on Smart Digital Heritage, organized by the University in cooperation with the University of Paris 8, starting on the beginning of May this year for three days under the auspices of the French Consulate.

A number of Arab and International academics, researchers and experts from Tunisia, France, Belgium, Brazil, Norway and Greece will participate in the conference. Each will address there specialty in digital heritage and its methods.

Wednesday, January 11, 2017

4th Hyperheritage International Seminar
(International Conference)
Smart Heritage
2-5 May, 2017 | Arab American University - Jenin, Palestine

The term HyperHeritage covers every hybrid cultural heritage environment (augmented with digital information) that allows exploring new facet’s of cultural information perceiving and practicing. Massive development, and impressive uses, of ICT (Information and Communication Technology) and immersive devices (Augmented and Virtual Realities) have allowed exploring new forms of Human Cultural-Heritage Information Communication. ICT has established new ways, often independent of space and time, to access, process and to deal with interconnected Cultural-Heritage Information and Devices.

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