- Title: Damascus and environs. Damascus. El Meidan. The 'Panhandle' street of Damascus
- Creator(s): American Colony (Jerusalem). Photo Dept., photographer
- Date Created/Published: [approximately 1920 to 1933]
- Medium: 1 negative : glass, dry plate ; 4 x 5 in.
- Reproduction Number: LC-DIG-matpc-11766 (digital file from original photo)
- Rights Advisory: No known restrictions on publication.
- Call Number: LC-M31- 3687-A [P&P]
- Repository: Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division Washington, D.C. 20540 USA
- URL: http://www.loc.gov/pictures/item/mpc2005002943/PP/
The bulletin is a biannual publication of the Syrian Studies Association.
Nasser Rabbat's parents, Omar and Nihad, in 1955
Bab Touma Street, Damascus, early 2000s
The bulletin is a biannual publication of the Syrian Studies Association. This issue includes feature articles focusing on the past two years of the conflict in Syria. It also includes news of the Syrian Studies Association and book and film reviews.
Syria's famous old yellow taxis, shown here at Baramke Garage in Damascus on a rainy day in winter 2006.
Spring 2011 cartoon by "The Syrian People Know Their Path": "Before Lifting the Emergency [Laws] / After Lifting the Emergency [Laws]"
Tell Mozan: "Modern" Issues in Ancient Syria
A man, wearing a fez, selling drinks from an ornate, portable, samovar-like dispenser in the Syrian Quarter of New York City. George Grantham Bain Collection (Library of Congress). Original artwork by Vladimir Tamari.
Original artwork by Palestinian artist Vladimir Tamari who resides in Tokyo.
Feature Article: Shana Marshall, "Syria and the Global Financial Crisis: Insulated or Isolated?"
Past issues of the Syrian Studies Association Newsletter.