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NES faculty Meeting, Monday, 26 October 2009.

Meeting with Dept. of Near Eastern Studies faculty, Monday, 26 October 2009. [Lounge, 410 White Hall; 12:10-1:05] This meeting was initially scheduled several months ago but postponed due to other urgent issues NES needed to address in its last periodic meeting, related to NES own financial predicament. Attending was the majority of faculty (13)* in […]

Arabic Typing – Keyboard – Transliteration

Make your Arabic typing a little bit easier by using this free internet tool. You can use it to type Arabic. Also, you can email what you type intact to 5 recipients at no cost.  There is no need to either download or install a software. (Write Arabic without an Arabic KeyboardWrite Arabic without an […]

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The collection covers virtually all subjects relevant to the study of the Middle East and Islam. Particular emphasis is placed on descriptive works, historical travels, history, philosophy and literature of Arabic speaking countries, including those in North Africa, religion (studies of the Koran and Hadith and associated religious texts and commentaries), Islamic law (unrelated to […]

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