Awards & Prizes

1962 - Laureate Best Novel - Tyour Ayloul (Birds of September)

1962 - Poet Said Akl Prize - Tyour Ayloul (Birds of Sepember)

1962 - Friends of the Book Prize - Tyour Ayloul (Birds of September)

Fairuz Magazine Prize - Outstanding Literary Works

Khalil Jibran Prize - Arab Heritage Union, Australia

1998 - LIBBY Children's Book Prize - Novel "Yawmiyyat Hirr "

2000 - Author's all works affirmed required matter for candidates to M.A. and PhD Degree - Saint Joseph University, Beirut

1998 - IBBY Honour List for Children's Novel - "A Cat's Diary"

2002 - Poet Said Akl Prize - Essay on "Southern Winds" (Riyah Janoubiyah)

2014 - Hanna Wakim Award

2017 - Goethe Medal - “Language is the Key

2018 - Cedar Medal of Honor, Commander Rank

Research & Academic Publications About Author's Works

1979 - PhD Dissertation on novel "Touyour Ayloul" by Dr. Joseph Shreim, University Aix-en-Provence, France

1983 - PhD Dissertation "The Education Element in the Novels of Emily Nasrallah" by Dr. Hassan Madi, Lebanon

1985 - PhD Dissertation "Psychological Contexts in the Novels of Emily Nasrallah" by Dr. Mansour Eid, Saint Joseph University,Beirut

1986 - PhD Dissertation "The Technical Construction of the Novel of Emily Nasrallah" by Dr. Nadim Daa'kour, Saint Joseph University, Beirut

1995 - Book "Human Issues In the Novels of Emily Nasrallah", by Dr. Mansour Eid.

2002 - Book "Psychological Features in the Novels of Emily Nasrallah", by Dr. Jean Tannous, Lebanon

2004 - Masters Degree Theses Translation of the novel "Birds of September" by Antonio Martinez Castro, Universidad Autonoma de Madrid

2004 - Masters Degree Theses "The Image of Women in the Novels of Emily Nasrallah" by Zaynab Abdallah Joumaa, Lebanese University, Beirut

2005 - Masters Degree Theses "The Image of Women in the Novels of Emily Nasrallah" by Zaynab Joumaa, Lebanese University, Beirut

2006 - Masters Degree Theses “Immigration in the Novels of Emily Nasrallah" by Eva Nasser, Saint Joseph University, Beirut

2011 - Masters Degree Theses The narrative structure and the ideological perspective in the Novels of Emily Nasrallah" by Sana Ali Harakeh, USEK, Lebanon

Since 2015 - 18  unpublished manuscripts are available for research purposes at the Bibliothèque Orientale, Université Saint Joseph