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SArD - Theses and Dissertations

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SArD - Theses and Dissertations

 

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  • Richani, Nadine (Lebanese American University, 2023-03-09)
    The Ayyubid gilded and enameled glass flourished and developed during the thirteenth century in Syria. The Ayyubid beakers were particularly distinctive in their decorative technique of gilding and colored enameling, and ...
  • Chebat, Annabelle (Lebanese American University, 2023-03-09)
    Architectural decoration of the early Ghaznavids in the late tenth-early eleventh century was often approached in a set of disparate elements and fields because of the scarcity of its remaining monuments and objects. Art ...
  • Al Sayegh, Samah (Lebanese American University, 2023-01-16)
    The Seljuqs lived a luxurious life reflected in their art and how they dressed. They built a great Empire from Mesopotamia to Iran from the eleventh to the thirteenth centuries. The Seljuqs art held a harmonical balance ...
  • Hariz, Mira (Lebanese American University, 2023-01-16)
    The Seljuqs are a tribe from Oguz origins who came into Central Asia from the Eurasian Steppe1. The Turkic dynasty ruled over the area from 1040 to 11942. They were known for their warfare skills, and eventually their rule ...
  • Aridi, Julia (Lebanese American University, 2023-01-16)
    This thesis will conduct an analysis of the architectural patronage of Ḍayfah Khātūn, the queen regent of Aleppo between the years 1236 and 1243 C.E. It studies the architecture commissioned by her in light of the social ...
  • El Balaa, Hala (Lebanese American University, 2023-01-16)
    The early representation of nature in the Islamic manuscripts in the period before the Mongol invasion has been often overlooked. This paper studies the early representation of nature in the late twelfth and early thirteenth ...
  • Lawand, Dana (Lebanese American University, 2023-01-01)
    The Collection of Islamic art held at the King Faisal Centre for Research and Islamic Studies (KFCRIS) in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia features no academic museum catalogue for the permanent collection. After researching a selection ...
  • Wehbi, Osama (Lebanese American University, 2022-08-18)
    Federated Learning (FL) is a novel distributed privacy-preserving learning paradigm, which enables the collaboration among several participants (e.g., Internet of Things devices) for the training of machine learning models. ...
  • Chamli, Yasmine (Lebanese American University, 2022-03-30)
    Multiple changes have been implemented in reading instructions in schools and educators and researchers constantly look for teaching strategies that would optimize their students’ reading. According to the International ...
  • Hamasni, Noura (Lebanese American University, 2022-04-28)
    Baths stood as one of the most significant public institutions found in Syria during the Islamic period. It was commonly known that baths structure grew from simple Roman and Byzantine models, yet they matured the most ...
  • Jaber, Shady (Lebanese American University, 2021-05-26)
    Painting in Islamic art witnessed a major development in the aftermath of the Mongol conquest in the middle of the thirteenth century. A new style matured toward the end of the fourteenth century after passing through a ...
  • Kaouk, Abir (Lebanese American University, 2021-06-02)
    This thesis discusses the architecture decoration of the prayer of the madrasa al-Yusufia, the first madrasa in Granada, specifically the plasterwork. The madrasa was constructed under the Nasrid Sultan Yusuf I in 1394 by ...
  • Nachabe, Yasmine (McGill University, 2018-10-10)
    Marie al-Khazen was a Lebanese photographer who lived between 1899 and 1983. Her photographs were mostly taken between the 1920s and 1930s in the North of Lebanon. They were compiled by Mohsen Yammine, a Lebanese collector ...
  • Chamoun, Rachid G. (Union Institute & University, 2018-10-08)
    Beirut as a war torn city is going through a critical transformation and being stretched between two extremes: The Western /Mediterranean and The Arabian /Middle Eastern cultures presenting itself through multilayer of ...
  • Haddad, Elie George (University of Pennsylvania, 2017-06-13)
    This thesis explores the different aspects of Henry van de Velde's theory, through the study of his published writings of the German Period, as well as the unpublished manuscript on ornament. Henry van de Velde's writings ...
  • Lahoud, Antoine (Academie de Montpellier, Universite des Sciences et Techniques du Languedocc, 2017-06-01)
    Ce travail présente une mise au point de modèles d'environnement basés sur une procédure itérative qui évolue suivant quatre étapes interdépendantes : la récolte des données qui a fourni la base indispensable au choix des ...
  • Tarhini, Abbas A. (2011-04-08)
    Scheduling final exams for large numbers of courses and students in Liberal Arts Universities is an intractable problem. If scheduling is done manually by the University Registrar's Office, a huge number of complaints ...