Kamal Salibi

Kamal Suleiman Salibi (bahasa Arab: كمال سليمان الصليبي ‎) (2 Mei 1929 – 1 September 2011)[1][2] adalah seorang sejarawan Lebanon, profesor sejarah di Universitas Amerika Beirut (AUB) dan Direktur Pendiri (kemudian Presiden Kehormatan) Institut Pembelajaran Antar-Keyakinan Kerajaan di Amman, Yordania.[3] Ia merupakan seorang sarjana seumur hidup, yang mengiprahkan hidupnya ke dalam buku-buku.[4]

Profesor
Kamal Salibi
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Salibi pada April 2009
LahirKamal Suleiman Salibi
(1929-05-02)2 Mei 1929
Beirut, Lebanon
Meninggal1 September 2011(2011-09-01) (umur 82)
Beirut, Lebanon
KebangsaanLebanon
PekerjaanSejarawan, akademisi, peneliti

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Lahir dari sebuah keluarga Protestan di Beirut,[5] keluarga Salibi berasal dari desa Lebanon Bhamdoun di Lebanon Mandat Prancis. Setelah belajar di sekolah misionaris Prancis di Bhamdoun dan Broummana,[6] ia menyelesaikan pendidikan menengahnya di Prep School di Beirut (sekarang International College), dan gelar BA-nya dalam bidang Ilmu Pengetahuan Sejarah dan Politik dari AUB, sebelum berpindah ke Sekolah Pembelajaran Dunia Timur dan Afrika, SOAS (Universitas London) dimana ia mendapatkan gelar PhD-nya dalam bidang sejarah pada 1953 dibawah bimbingan sejarawan Bernard Lewis.[7] Disertasinya kemudian diterbitkan dengan judul Maronite Historians of Mediaeval Lebanon.[8]

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  • Maronite Historians of Mediaeval Lebanon, Beirut, AUB Oriental Series 34, 1959
  • The Modern History of Lebanon, London, Weidenfeld & Nicolson, 1965
  • Crossroads to Civil War, Lebanon 1958-1976, Beirut, Caravan Books, 1976
  • Syria under Islam: Empire on Trial 634-1097, Beirut, Caravan Books, 1977
  • A History of Arabia, Beirut, Caravan Books, 1980
  • The Bible Came from Arabia, London, Jonathan Cape, 1985
  • Secrets of the Bible People, London, Saqi Books, 1988
  • Who Was Jesus?: Conspiracy in Jerusalem, London, I.B. Tauris, 1988
  • A House of Many Mansions: The History of Lebanon Reconsidered, London, I.B. Tauris, 1988
  • The Historicity of Biblical Israel, London, NABU Publications, 1998
  • The Historicity of Biblical Israel (edisi kedua), Beirut, Dar Nelson, 2009
  • The Modern History of Jordan, London, I.B. Tauris, 1993
  • A Bird on an Oak Tree (Arabic طائر على سنديانة), Amman, Ashshoroq Publishers, 2002

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  1. ^ Lebanese historian Salibi died at 82 ilouban,com, 1 September 2011.
  2. ^ Brooke Anderson,Friends remember Lebanese historian for his generosity and storytelling,' The Daily Star, 1 September 2011.
  3. ^ Royal Institute for Inter-Faith Studies
  4. ^ Rabinowitz, Itamar, 'Eulogy for a Lebanese intellectual:On the death of historian Kamal Salibi,' in Haaretz, 29 September 2011
  5. ^ Tom Segev, The Makings of History/Myths and facts, Haaretz, 16 September 2011.
  6. ^ Sbaiti, Nadya and Mikdashi, Maya, 'Kamal Salibi (1929-2011),' in Jadaliyya, 6 September 2011
  7. ^ Segev, 2011.
  8. ^ Sbaiti, Nadya and Mikdashi, 2011

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