Tony Nasrallah

Part-time faculty member

M.A. History, American University of Beirut, Lebanon
B.Arch. Architecture, Lebanese American University, Lebanon

Tony Nasrallah is an architect with an M.A. in History. His undergraduate years were formative in tilting him towards humanities and theology. Pursuing a career in teaching and research, Nasrallah teaches a wide range of subjects reflecting his breadth of knowledge and expertise. He has delivered research papers in a number of international conferences. In 2011, he presented a research paper at Culture, identité et droits de l’homme, Vers une perspective transculturelle in Tunisia. The event was the first gathering of philosophers in post-revolution-Tunis and the conference was held in the room where Michel Foucault had delivered three lectures in the 1960s.