2 edition of Arabic and persian periodicals in the Middle East Collection. found in the catalog.
Arabic and persian periodicals in the Middle East Collection.
University of Texas at Austin. General Libraries. Middle East Collection.
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MEI publishes a quarterly, The Middle East Journal. The Department of Languages and Regional Studies offers Arabic, Hebrew, Persian, and Turkish courses as well as seminars on the history, literature, and culture of the Middle East. USEFUL BOOKS IN IUB COLLECTIONS. "Collection consists of bound manuscripts of varying contents most notable for its early material which includes a papyrus fragment from the 7th century, a vellum Breviary (French, 15th century), a North French or Flemish Book of hours (late 15th or early 16th century), Persian and Arabic manuscripts, manuscript books from the 16th through 18th century, commonplace books.
Collection Scope for the Middle Eastern Collection. Middle Eastern Studies in Memorial Library cover the history, linguistics, literature, economics, political science and ethnic and cultural studies of the Mashriq (مشرق) i.e. countries east of the Sinai Peninsula, as well as the countries of the Saudi Arabian peninsula/Persian Gulf, Iran and Afghanistan. It includes materials in the principal languages of the Middle East—Arabic, Persian, Turkish, and their dialectical variants—as well as the relevant materials produced in various languages in North America, Europe, Japan, the states of the former Soviet Union, and elsewhere in the world.
Pre Ottoman Turkish Literary Periodicals: The Hamidian Period () Pre Ottoman Turkish Literary Periodicals: The Second Constitutional Period () Pre Ottoman Turkish Literary Periodicals: The War of Independence and the Turkish Republic () 11 Digitized Collections for Middle East Historians. Bobst Library’s collection of Middle Eastern and Islamic Studies consists of approximately , volumes in various European languages as well as Arabic, Persian, Turkish and Ottoman Turkish. The collections main strengths are the history of the Arab Middle East, Arabic and Persian literatures, Islamic Law and Turkish and Ottoman Studies.
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To teach as Jesus did
book of odes
Better soccer for boys
Guys and Ghouls
Prevention of cruelty to animals in the District of Columbia.
law relating to building societies.
Parity price for fats and oils
Soils of the Mackenzie River area.
affecting narrative of the unfortunate voyage and catastrophe of His Majestys Ship Wager ....
The collection contains thousands of books, a wide selection of early-twentieth-century newspapers, and some contemporary periodicals and newspapers in Arabic, Persian and Turkish.
The collection also houses a rich repository of approximately 2, Arabic and Persian. The Library of Congress is home to a noteworthy collection of rare Persian language manuscripts, lithographic books and early imprints, as well as printed books, housed in the African and Middle Eastern Division (AMED) and the Rare Book and Special Collections Division.
Most of these Persian manuscripts and lithographic books were procured for the Library in. The Middle East Institute Rare Book Collection complements several other special collections and rarities in the Gelman Library, including the Maps of the Holy Land Collection, color lithographic drawings of 19th-century Palestine and Egypt by the Scottish-born landscape painter David Roberts, and several Arabic-language rare on: Washington, DC The British Library's Middle East collection pages.
The British Library's Middle East collection pages Arabic collections Printed books, periodicals and newspapers, manuscripts and a range of other materials. Our collection of Persian Manuscripts is one of.
The Middle East Water Collection The Middle East Water Collection provides access to roughly items on political, socio-economic, demographic, and legal issues of water in the Middle East. Materials include data, books, journal and newspaper articles, and documents published in the Middle East, Europe, and North America originating from a.
Explore Arabic literature and language using the first major text-searchable online archive of pre-twentieth century Arabic printed books. Early Arabic Printed Books from the British Library represents one of the world's most important Arabic collections, based on A.G.
Ellis' catalogue. The full collection includes a variety of books printed from the 15th to 19th century in Arabic. Efraim Wust has been the cataloguer of Arabic, Persian, and Turkish manuscripts at the National Library of Israel since Following his retirement inhe has continued his position in a voluntary capacity.
Raquel Ukeles is the Curator of the Islam and Middle East Collection of the National Library of Israel. She received her PhD in Islamic studies from Harvard University in.
Widener Library's Middle Eastern Collection includes items in over 60 languages from all over the world comprising the largest university research collection on the Middle East and related areas. An anti-Iraq War banner from Berlin, Early Arabic Printed Books from the British Library supports comparative approaches to the study of the Middle East and the Muslim world and inspires original research on Islamic religion, history, language, literature, and is an essential resource for every major library needing Arabic primary source material for research, teaching, and learning.
The African & Middle Eastern Reading Room is the primary public access point for materials housed in the the African and Middle Eastern Division (AMED) which include a variety of vernacular scripts, such as Amharic, Arabic, Armenian, Georgian, Hebrew, Persian, Turkish, and Yiddish.
Covering more than 70 countries, from Morocco to Southern Africa to the Central. Nation and Religion in the Middle East, London: Saqi Books, Arabic translation; The World at Perils and Promises, Palgrave, Greek and Turkish translations. Two Hours That Shook the World.
11 SeptemberCauses and Consequences, London: Saqi, Arabic, Swedish translations. The Middle East in International Relations. The Aziz Atiya Library, which is named after the founder of the Middle East Center Aziz Suryal Atiya, is the fifth largest library for Middle East studies in North America.
It contains overbooks, monographs, and periodicals, including works written in Arabic, Hebrew, Persian, Ottoman Turkish, and modern Turkish.
[A Research Tool] Periodicals published in Arabic or in Arabic and in another language (like the usual pair of Arabic and Ottoman Turkish) or in Arabic written in a different script (like Judeo-Arabic) during the period from to “We chose to present the core data as a table containing information on titles, dates of first and last.
Its library holds s books in Western and Middle Eastern languages, with an emphasis on the 18th century to the present. The MEC holds an extensive collection of journals and periodicals, and receives newspapers in Arabic, Persian, Turkish and Hebrew.
It holds a rare book collection and an extensive microfilm and microfiche collection. Make Offer - Otto Ege Collection Persian Arabic Manuscript Garden of Roses Saadi Original Antique Islamic Gold Illuminted Ottoman Hilya Calligraphy Panel Signed AH $3, Digitization Project "Translatio" from the Universitäts- und Landesbibliothek Bonn makes available digital copies of Persian, Arabic, and Turkish periodicals.
Each title has a WorldCat record, albeit in German transliteration, with link to digitized content. For each entry there is a Wikipedia page in German, Arabic and other languages, presumably created by the Translatio project.
Included in the structure is the Aziz S. Atiya Middle East Library, one of the largest of its kind in North America, with holdings of books, manuscripts and periodicals in the languages of Arabic, Hebrew, Persian and Turkish. When it comes to adding materials related to Iran-those published in Persian-library staff must go the distance-literally.
A Middle Easterner is a person from the Middle East. One point often forgotten these days is that there are several countries, such as Afghanistan and Pakistan, not included in the Middle East. These nations, as well as Algeria, Libya, Tunisia, and even Djibouti and Somalia have been referred to in the past as part of the Greater Middle East.
Early printed books and other materials from the Middle East. The Bodleian is fortunate to have a number of early Arabic books, including a copy of the first book printed with Arabic moveable type in (Vet. Arab. 1) and several first editions of Arabic works printed by the Italian Medici Press at the end of the fifteenth century.
The. The Princeton Digital Library of Islamic Manuscripts offers a selection of some 9, Arabic, Persian, and Ottoman Turkish volumes in the Manuscripts Division, located in the Department of Rare Books and Special Collections, at the Firestone Memorial Library. The manuscripts date from the early centuries of Islam through the 19th century.
The National Library of Israel (NLI) in Jerusalem is digitising its world-class collection of items in Arabic, Persian, and Turkish, dating from .This digitized collection of selected volumes of medical books and manuscripts, dating from tois drawn from the Medical Historical Library, Cushing/Whitney Medical Library.
This collection reflects the Arabic and Persian intellectual efforts that translated, augmented, and transmitted Greek and Roman medical knowledge to Western societies during the Renaissance.Middle East & Islamic Studies Collection. ancient and modern Arabic, Persian, Turkish, and Malayan.
Subsequently, as Fiske pursued his interest in Arabic, he accumulated an even larger collection of Arabic books at his Italian villa.
According to Halldor Hermannsson, who worked closely with Fiske on the organization of his library.