An inclusive investigative overview: objectives, visions, and outcome
The session will discuss the distinct differences between
literary and cognitive discourse in nomadic writings from the
It also presents colonial narratives in the literature of
nomadic travellers and will discuss the role of the translated
novel as transnational cultural literary material.
This session will look at the differences of literary and
cognitive discourses in the documented journeys of travellers
and will discuss the role of the translated novel as a
transnational cultural literary material.
The session will discuss the role of travel in establishing
tolerance and human connection among different cultures as well
as travel and cultural exchange to the Arabian Peninsula. The
session will also present a model of cognitive travels.
This session will discuss the literary implications of journeys to the Orient, how the Arab Traveller saw the West, and how the Arabian Peninsula influenced the interests of Western Travellers.
This session will discuss Orientalism through the lens of traveller literature and will present the different experiences of the Orient Pioneers during their journeys.
This session will discuss the role of US women missionaries to the UAE as well as the experiences of Japanese travellers in the Middle East.
The session will discuss personal experiences of Arab and western travellers, including the first Arab to climb Mount Everest, an Italian cultural traveller in the Arab world from Iraq to Morocco, as well as successful efforts to documenting the Exploring the Horizons project.