1 edition of Collections in British libraries on middle Eastern and Islamic studies found in the catalog.
Collections in British libraries on middle Eastern and Islamic studies
by Centre for Middle Eastern Studies, University of Durham in Durham
Written in English
|Statement||edited by Paul Auchterlonie.|
|Series||Occasional papers series University of Darham, Centre for Middle Eastern and Islamic Studies -- no. 12 (1982), Occasional papers series (University of Durham. Centre for Middle Eastern and Islamic Studies) -- no.12 (1982).|
|Contributions||Auchterlonie, Paul., University of Durham. Centre for Middle Eastern and Islamic Studies.|
|LC Classifications||Z688.I8, Z688.N43, Z688N4 C64|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||98 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||98|
The Middle Eastern and Islamic Studies collection supports the research and curriculum needs of the Department of Near Eastern Languages and Cultures (NELC) and related academic units in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences. The collection contains both primary and secondary source materials with an emphasis on scholarly publications in the humanities and social sciences, and on materials. Columbia University Libraries are the heart of the intellectual life at Columbia, and inspire inquiry, advance knowledge, catalyze discovery, and shape an inclusive and vibrant discourse all enabled by the work of the dedicated staff who are the heart of the Libraries.
Library,” pp. 47–52, in Collections in British Libraries on Middle Eastern and Islamic Studies, Durham, U.K., 2 Francis Richard, “Les manuscripts persans d’origine indienne a la Biblioth`eque Nationale,” Revue del Biblioth`eque nationale 19 (): 30– See also by the same. If all Library of Congress collections relating to Islam were to be combined they would reach nearly one million items in number. Compared with other national libraries (British, French, Russian), the Library of Congress' is superior except in the areas of book manuscripts and archival non-American materials.
Our Arabic manuscripts date from the early 8th to the 19th century AD. They originate from a wide range of Arab countries, from Yemen to North Africa, and from other regions with Muslim communities including Iran, Central Asia, India, China, Indonesia, Malaysia, and . Since , Duke University Libraries have been building and expanding their Middle East and Islamic Studies collection. While collecting comprehensively in all subject areas in English, the collections in the three main regional languages, Arabic, Persian, modern Turkish/Ottoman Turkish, as well as Urdu, (for Hebrew, see the collection description on the Jewish Studies guide) center on the Author: Sean Swanick.
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The Aga Khan Library has digitised its extensive special collections to offer a wide range of Author: Ali Houissa. Asian & African Studies Reading Room Find information on the shelves; Access online databases and electronic books and journals; Order collection items to the Reading Room via our catalogues; If you need help, just ask our Information Specialists at the Reference Enquiry desk or contact the Asian & African Studies Reference Team.
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Middle Eastern and Islamic Resources a the Center for Research Libraries (Arabic manuscripts in the British Library; Arabic manuscripts in the library of SOAS, University of London): ASU Library is affiliated member, therefore all CRL materials are available for inter-library : Ed Oetting.
Arabic Collections Online = al-Majmuat al-Arabiyah Ala al-Intinit: a publicly available digital library of public domain Arabic language content. ACO currently provides digital access to volumes across subjects drawn from rich Arabic collections of distinguished research : Sarah DeMott.
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The core content of HAZINE is practical articles regarding how to access and use archives, manuscript libraries, and collections in. Jacobs, David. "Middle Eastern Bookbinding - The Islamic Book." In Contributions to the Symposium on the Care and Conservation of Middle Eastern manuscripts, The University of Melbourne, Australia, November (Melbourne: Centre for Cultural Materials Conservation, The University of Melbourne, ): Kropf, : Evyn Kropf.
The Quranic Arabic Corpus: an annotated linguistic resource which shows the Arabic grammar, syntax and morphology for each word in the Quran. Al-Tafsir: Arabic and English commentaries on the Qur’an from a wide variety of viewpoints. It is the first website to cover all seven schools if Islamic law.
Fondation Max van Berchem's Thesaurus d'Epigraphie IslamiqueAuthor: Guy Burak. Middle East Librarians Association (MELA) March 24 "As teachers, students, and researchers limit their in-person contact, below are some open access resources in the form of online articles, audio interviews, and video segments to facilitate classroom learning and additional research on 5/5(2).
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Department of State, Egypt: Records of the U.S. Department of State, Author: Evyn Kropf. Middle East in Microform: a Union list of Middle Eastern Microforms in North American libraries The Qatar Digital Library: a vast archive featuring the cultural and historical heritage of the Gulf and wider region freely available online, it includes archives, maps, manuscripts, sound recordings, photographs and more, with explanatory notes Author: Sarah DeMott.
Islamic Law and Society provides a forum for research in the field of classical and modern Islamic law, in Muslim and non-Muslim countries. Islamic Law and Society has established itself as an invaluable resource for the subject both in the private collections of scholars and practitioners as well as in the major research libraries of the : Elena Landry.
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Middle Eastern, Armenian, and Central Asian Studies. Includes million dissertation and theses citations from around the world from to the present day together with 1 million full text dissertations that are available for download in PDF format. Islamic/Middle Eastern Manuscripts Collection Description “Yale was a pioneer in the collecting of Islamic or Near Eastern manuscripts beginning in the nineteenth century and as a result, the Beinecke’s collection of Arabic and Middle Eastern manuscripts is among the oldest and richest collections in North America.English and Western European language material on the Middle East are also integrated into the Main Library Collections.
The Middle East Collection serves the research and teaching needs of the faculty and students of the Center for Middle Eastern Studies (Modern and Near East), the School of Middle Eastern & North African Studies, and the Author: Niamh Wallace.The Middle Eastern collection in Regenstein Library is recognized by scholars throughout North America, Europe, and the Middle East as one of the premier research collections in Middle Eastern and Islamic studies in the world.