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"Tarikhi," a new bi-annual journal, seeks to highlight the importance of individuals' stories from across the Arab world accounts that are at risk of being lost.Sharq is a Beirut-based organization that aims to promote and strengthen pluralism and independent thought in the Arab world, placing particular value on oral histories."Tarikhi" will showcase the vast archive of oral histories Sharq has amassed over the years, while providing a platform for new narratives to be documented and expressed.The launch was an opportunity to demonstrate the research value of oral history, and Beit Beirut hosted brief exhibitions of photos, visual and performing art, as well as an assortment of research papers all inspired by oral history.
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