Habib C. Malik was born in Washington, D.C., and holds both United States and Lebanese citizenship. He has taught in universities both in Lebanon and in Washington, D.C. during the past 17 years, and he currently divides his time teaching at the Lebanese American University and researching his late father’s archives at the Library of Congress. He has participated in many conferences on the Middle East, Lebanon, Christianity in the Arab world, human rights, democracy, and Kierkegaard studies. He has published articles, essays, book chapters, and original as well as edited works in both Arabic and English on these and related topics.
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