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Katharine Ganly · November, 2009

Brought up in the UK and France, a graduate of Arabic and Law from the School of Oriental and African Studies, London.
Has lived and worked happily in Europe, Malaysia, Syria and Egypt.
Katharine has currently returned to study as a graduate medical student at University of Nottingham, UK.

She thinks that if we all knew a bit more about each other, we would treat each other better.

Katharine tweets rather sporadically here

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Latest posts by Katharine Ganly from November, 2009

Lebanon: The Plural of ‘Anecdote’

“The plural of “anecdote” is not “data.”” remarks Gregg Carlstrom at The Majlis, in response to FP‘s article on temporary marriage in Lebanon.

Palestine: Twitter inspiried street

Eman at AquaCool comments on the first Twitter-inspired street name, in a West Bank Palestinian refugee camp.

Lebanon: Operation: Sex Change

Queer Arab Magazine Bekhsoos supports the Operation: Sex Change campaign, aimed to raise awareness about transgender issues across the world. The campaign started on November 8, the International day of...

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