Christine B. Lindner
Dr. Christine B. Lindner
ASSISTANT PROFESSOR OF HISTORY
6B-05, Faculty Hall
- Ph.D., University of Edinburgh, 2009
- M.A., Durham University, 2004
- B.A., Gordon College, 2002
- “From George Tom in Cleveland, Ohio, to His Father Tannous Gergis, Mt. Lebanon, Syria: Remittances as Transnational Relief During World War One.” In Distant Fronts: An International Rediscovery of World War One, edited by Rob McCormick, Araceli Hernández-Laroche and Catherine Canino, (London: Routledge, 2021)
- “Women and Christianity in the Middle East.” In The Rowman & Littlefield Handbook of Christianity in the Middle East, edited by Mitri Raheb and Mark A. Lamport, 398-413. (Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, 2021)
- “Syrian Protestant marriages in early to mid-Nineteenth century Bilad al-Sham: ‘Aliens at Home’ or rooted in Syrian traditions.” Journal of Mediterranean Studies 27, no. 2 (2018), 133-148.
- “From Foreign soil to the ʾArd of Beirut: A history of the American University of Beirut and the Anglo-American Cemetery”, Nadia El Cheikh, Leila Choueiri and Bilal Orafli, eds., One Hundred and Fifty (Beirut: American University of Beirut Press, 2016), 189-200.
- Entangled Education: Foreign, National and Local schools in Ottoman Syria and Mandate Lebanon (19th-20th Centuries), Beiruter Texte und Studien 137: Herausgegeben vom Orient-Institute Beirut (Beirut: Ergon Verlag Würzburg in Kommission, 2016). Co-edited with Julia Hauser and Esther Möller.
- “Rahil Ata al-Bustani: Wife and Mother of the Nahda,” in: Adel Beshara, ed., Butrus al-Bustani: Spirit of the Age (Melbourne: IPHOENIX Publishing, 2014): 49-67.
- “The Flexibility of Home: Investigating the Spaces and Definitions for the Home and Family Employed by the ABCFM Missionaries in Ottoman Syria from 1823 to 1860,” in: Mehmet A. Dogan and Heather Sharkey, eds. American Missionaries in the Middle East: Foundational Encounters (Salt Lake City: University of Utah Press, 2011): 33-62.
- “‘Making a way into the heart of the people’: Women of the Early Protestant Church in Beirut,” NEST Theological Review, 32, no. 2 (2011): 71-96.
- “‘In this religion I will live, and in this religion I will die’: Performativity and the Protestant Identity in Late Ottoman Syria,” Chronos 22 (2010): 22-48.
- “‘Long, long will she be affectionately remembered’: Gender and the Memorialization of an American Female Missionary,” Mission & Social Sciences 23, no. 1 (2010): 7-31.
Digital Publications and Podcasts
- “A Marriage at the Nexus of Religious Communities,” 90 Second narratives, season 3, ep 8. Podcast episode. (5 October 2020)
- “‘Burj Bird’ and the Beirut Mission Compound: Researching Women in the Protestant Church of Ottoman Syria,” Presbyterian Historical Society Blog (31 May 2016).
- “Episode 230: Women and the American Protestant Mission in Lebanon,” with Ellen Fleischmann, hosted by Susanna Ferguson, Ottoman History Podcast (12 March 2016)
- “Melita Carabet: Student, Teacher, Sister (1832-1902),” Anglo-American Cemetery Website (14 July 2015)
- “Eli Smith: Missionary, Scholar and Translator of the Bible (1801-1857),” Anglo-American Cemetery Website (11 May 2015).
- “Piecing Together the Fragmented History of Esther Mushriq Haddad," AMEWS E-Bulletin 1 (January 2014): 1-3
- “Labiba Kurani's Teaching Certificate Online Exhibition,” digital exhibition, Preserving Protestant Heritage in the Middle East Website, (21 October 2013)
- “American Mission Press: An American Barn In Beirut,” NEST Library blog (9 July 2013).
- World Civilizations I
- Understanding Global History
- Survey of World Religions
- Global History of Islam to 1800
- Modern Middle East
- Honors Seminar in World History I
- Introduction to the Study of Religions
- Middle East History;
- Ottoman History;
- Lebanon and Syria;
- Protestantism in the Middle East;
- Christianity in the Middle East;
- Women’s History;
- Historic Cemeteries;
- Digital History