10 edition of The Arab press found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||William A. Rugh.|
|Series||Contemporary issues in the Middle East|
|LC Classifications||PN5359 .R8|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xviii, 205 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||205|
|ISBN 10||0815621914, 081560159X|
|LC Control Number||79013950|
The Arab Press Network (APN) (French: Place Réseau right la Presse Arabe) is a network of organisations that support and promote the development of the press in the Arab is run by the World Association of Newspapers, with its headquarters in Paris, and is supported by the Danish newspaper group JP/Politiken.. According to APN, their mission is to facilitate associations between Arab. Edited by Nadia Yaqub and Rula Quawas This interdisciplinary collection of writings by and about Arab women is the first that focuses explicitly on Arab women’s often-fraught engagement with the boundaries that shape their lives in the twenty-first century. October This is a print-on-demand title.
"At plus pages, the new book from Fawaz Gerges, professor of international relations at the London School of Economics, is a weighty tome drawing on more than 12 years of research but it is also accessible and refreshing."—Gareth Smyth, Arab Weekly. Authors Abdellah Taïa Abdellah Taïa (born in ) is the author of six novels, including Salvation Army and An Arab Melancholia, both published by Semiotext(e), and novel Le jour du roi, about the death of Morocco's King Hassan II, won the Prix de also directed and wrote the screenplay for the film adaptation of Salvation Army.
This book brings together leading scholars to consider how these two questions are entangled historically and in the present day. It offers critical analyses of Arab engagements with the question of Jewish rights alongside Zionist and non-Zionist Jewish considerations of Palestinian identity and political rights. "Arab Fall" is an indispensable book about a tumultuous period in the history of a hugely important country, and in the history of the Brotherhood, a group that has profoundly shaped the world in which we live today."—Jeffrey Goldberg, The Atlantic.
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Inspired by a foreign model, the Arab press developed in its own way, in terms of its political and social roles, cultural function, and the public image of those who engaged in it.
Ami Ayalon draws on a/5. In The Press in the Arab Middle East, Ami Ayalon draws on a broad array of primary sources - a century of Arabic newspapers, biographies and memoirs of Arab journalists and politicians, and archival material - as well as a large body of published studies, to portray the remarkable vitality of Arab journalism.
He explores the press as a Middle Eastern institution during its formative century Cited by: This monograph provides a much-needed history of the Arab print media as well as an in-depth study of translated Arab media sources, remedying a remarkable gap in Western intellectual culture.
Setting the scene, the manuscript begins with a brief historical narrative of Arab newspapers from the. Printing Arab Modernity connects the interests of various other specialists of history broadly including experts on Arab civilization (e.g.
literature, intellectual history, modern nationalisms, etc.), Ottomanists and historians of Syria and by: 6. About the Book. This wide-ranging examination of Arab society and culture offers a unique opportunity to know the Arab world from an Arab point of view.
Halim Barakat, an expatriate Syrian who is both scholar and novelist, emphasizes the dynamic changes and diverse patterns that have characterized the Middle East since the mid-nineteenth century. The book is very ambitious in undertaking to cover the entire period of Arab civilisation, beginning with the Arabian tribes before their unification by Muhammad and his successors, and ending with some of the hotly contested topics of modern Arab s: “This wonderfully readable book tells a grim story about the subversion of democracy in the Arab world.
Drawing on an unusually wide range of sources, Elizabeth Thompson shows how the colonial powers systematically undermined not only Arab independence, but also the liberal-Islamist democratic synthesis that emerged from World War I in Syria.
About the Book Based on his reading of top-secret files of the Israeli police and the prime minister's office, Hillel Cohen exposes the full extent of the crucial, and, until now, willfully hidden history of Palestinian collaboration with Israelis—and of the Arab resistance to it.
Kennedy writes a book that focuses on the conquest of different regions, Syria, Iraq, Iran, Sogdiana, Transoxiana, Egypt, North Africa, Spain, and the war at sea, during the first years or so of Muslim expansion out of Arabia. He talks about the leaders of the armies that led the campaigns, and the struggles that the armies faced in each s: With the support of new archival and interview evidence, Pennock situates the civil rights struggle of Arab Americans within the story of other political and social change of the s and s.
By doing so, she takes a crucial step forward in the study of American social movements of that era. About the Author. This mission addresses not just a lack of widely available Arabic texts on the web, but the condition of much of the material digitized, as "m any older Arabic books are out-of-print, in fragile condition, and are otherwise rare materials that are in danger of being lost.".
Though clearly an ever more valuable resource for students of Arabic, ACO has much more to offer those already acquainted. —Jim Blanchard, Winnipeg Free Press "Building on a renowned body of work on legal and political theory, Noah Feldman’s The Arab Winter: A Tragedy deftly weaves together case studies of three presidential states, Egypt, Syria, and Tunisia to examine political self-determination during the Arab spring and subsequent Arab winter.".
Published in Association with the Aga Khan University Institute for the Study of Muslim Civilisations Explores secularism and secularisation in Arab societies since the midth century Traces the concrete secular transformations in Muslim societies which occurred at.
A riveting, comprehensive history of the Arab peoples and tribes that explores the role of language as a cultural touchstone This kaleidoscopic book covers almost 3, years of Arab history and shines a light on the footloose Arab peoples and tribes who conquered lands and disseminated their language and culture over vast distances.
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This book attempts to answer these questions through a thorough theoretical and empirical examination and analysis of the most important aspects and traits of political parties and party politics in the Arab world, exploring cases from across the region. Based on a decade of research, including in-depth interviews with many leading figures in the story, Making the Arab World is essential reading for anyone who wants to understand the roots of the turmoil engulfing the Middle East, from civil wars to Al-Qaeda and ISIS.
"Flawless [Makdisi] reminds us of the critical declarations of secularism which existed in the history of the Middle East."—Robert Fisk, The Independent Today’s headlines paint the Middle East as a collection of war-torn countries and extremist groups consumed by sectarian rage.
Ussama Makdisi’s Age of Coexistence reveals a hidden and hopeful story that counters this clichéd.About the Book. Arabs and Young Turks provides a detailed study of Arab politics in the late Ottoman Empire as viewed from the imperial capital in Istanbul.
In an analytical narrative of the Young Turk period () historian Hasan Kayali discusses Arab concerns on the one hand and the policies of the Ottoman government toward the Arabs on the other.
This is essentially a book for two sorts of readers: 1) people immersed in Arab culture to some degree or 2) people not at all immersed in Arab culture but basically literate in music and able to understand/compare music s: