Welcome to the Kahlil Gibran Collective (KGC) a website dedicated to the late poet and artist Kahlil Gibran. 1883-1931
Founded, supported and managed by dedicated researchers, scholars and biographers of Kahlil Gibran and Mary Haskell, the KGC's aim is to further the scholarship of Kahlil Gibran's life, work and legacy. KGC members will partake in active international programs, events and publications that will further this cause, and in the foeseeable future create forums, such as conferences, speakers programs and film.
The site will also serve as a unique and important resource for researchers, admirers and scholars of Gibran, with regular news and media announcements, including online publications from various global institutes concerning essays judged to be of interest. The KGC has also made available for the first time the complete Digital Archive of Kahlil Gibran's literary works.
The scope of Gibran’s studies is vast, ranging from topics related to the dialogue of civilizations, interfaith reconciliation, human rights, environmental sustainability, and the spiritual and ethical foundations for a global society. As Gibran’s work increases in influence in the world and continues being translated into new languages such as Hindi, Chinese, and Papiamentu the KGC will aim to highlight and celebrate those findings.