With a Distinguished Presence… Syriac Cultural Directorate Sponsors Signing Ceremony of New Book by Writer Sami al-Malih

On Wednesday 5 June 2024, the Kurdistan Regional Government’s General Directorate of Syriac Culture and Arts sponsored the signing ceremony of a new book by writer Sami al-Malih titled: “Learning from a Broader Perspective,” organised by the Social Academic Center at its Gilgamesh Hall in Ankawa.

Writer Sami al-Malih stated during the signing ceremony of his new book, which was moderated and presented to the audience by Dr. Samir Sabri Khorani, that its aim is “to arouse attention on the topic and concept of learning, and to contribute by shedding light on basic aspects of it,” stressing that “it is not limited to presenting classical schools, theories and learning trends, but even presenting and discussing modern theories and trends, as well as modern models or examples and using them to build a model for good, effective learning.”

The book signing ceremony was attended by the Kurdistan Regional Government’s Transport and Communications Minister Anu Jawhar Abdoka, the Director General of Syriac Culture and Arts, Kaldo Ramzi Oghanna, as well as a group of intellectuals and those interested in cultural and literary affairs.

At the ceremony’s conclusion, writer Sami al-Malih was honoured with the Social Academic Center’s Award, which was presented to him by Transport and Communications Minister Anu Jawhar Abdoka, and a bouquet of flowers presented to him by Syriac Library Director Fayhaa Shamoun, in addition to opening the floor for discussions to answer the audience’s questions.

The book conveys the author’s personal experience in education and learning, as well as the difference between them, and is of particular importance to researchers in the field of social sciences and closely related academic branches within the scope of the humanities, especially sociology and psychology.

It is worth noting that “Learning from a Broader Perspective” is a new book consisting of six chapters, recently published by writer Sami Behnam al-Malih, and it was published in 201 medium-sized pages, bearing the number 72 within the Syriac Culture Series of the General Directorate of Syriac Culture and Arts’ Syriac Library.

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