Average Rating 0 Reviews View Arts and technology have been important elements of cultural production in the Middle East and North Africa throughout time. In these three lessons, students have the opportunity to analyze music, art, and technology as a way of understanding the people and culture of the region. Further, students will consider how historians have represented the region and what alternative narratives emerge through cultural elements and artifacts. In the first lesson, students listen to and analyze two important Egyptian songs by Sayed Darwish. In the second lesson, students will examine the circulation of ideas, objects and practices in the STEM field. In the third lesson, students engage with artistic artifacts and consider what they can tell us about society in a given historical period. Related Resources Teachers' Resource: Exploring Calligraphy Through the Jameel Gallery of Islamic ArtHistory & Culture Heritage in QatarHistory & Culture Oil Crisis: What Would You Do?History & Culture TeachMidEast: Art, Language and CultureHistory & Culture Reviews Login to submit a review There are no reviews yet for this resource.