The Holy Land Lovingly Explored and Documented in the Late Ottoman Period by Dr. Hisham Khatib

Dr Khatib explores the history of westerners’ observations of the Holy Land through his own remarkable collection of manuscripts, paintings, photographs and maps, which tell the story of a lasting fascination and a quest for understanding. Dr. Hisham Khatib was born in Acre, Palestine and spent his youth and early career in Jerusalem, where he was the city’s chief electrical engineer.  One of the world’s leading energy experts and Honorary Vice Chairman of the World Energy Council, Dr. Khatib has published widely on energy matters and the global environment.
Lecture hosted jointly by the BFSA, the PEF and the CBRL.
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