Now published: Syrian Researchers in Exile

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Part I
Interview with James King – Assistant Director IIE-SRF

Syrian Academics between Reality and Ambition: The Perspective of a Syrian Academic in Exile

Returning Before the Crisis and then Leaving Again

PART II.
Articles and interviews with Syrian Researchers in Exile

The Role of Risk and Resilience in Access to Education: A Case Study of a Syrian Community School in Beirut Lebanon

Data Analytics in Citizen Cyberscience: Evaluating Participant Learning and Engagement with Analytics

Interview with Dr. Oula Abu-Amsha – The Role of Risk and Resilience in Access to Education: A Case Study of a Syrian Community School in Beirut Lebanon

Governance of Agriculture in Syria between Economics and Politics: Analysis of the Pre-Revolution Period

Interview with Dr. Ahmad Sadiddin – Governance of Agriculture in Syria between Economics and Politics: Analysis of the Pre-Revolution Period

Algorithm and Techniques of Prediction, Data Mining, and Big Data Analysis for Healthcare, Society, Trade and Industry

Interview with Ammar Suhail Balouch

Copyright (Amidst) Chaos in Syria: One Step Forward

Interview with Jamil Ammar

The Lesbian Subjectivity in Contemporary Arabic Literature: ‘An Absent Presence’ Disciplined by the Gaze

Procedural Techniques for Simulating the Growth of Plant Leaves and Adapting Venation Patterns

PART III. The Jamiya Project – Syrian Higher Education in Exile: Reconnecting Students and Academics

Submission Call: Migrant Students in Exile: Who We Are

 

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