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lrepublican , November 14th, 2022
In 1904 the proud D.D. Methodist Robert William van Schroik, at the age of 61, boarded a German steamer in New York for a 70-day trip to the…
tabsir , February 6th, 2022
a century old postcard of Algiers
tabsir , November 21st, 2021
An excellent analysis of U.S. policy in the Middle East by Juan Cole.
| , May 31st, 2021
Interview by Janina Fenigsen https://iupress.org/9780253049629/staging-cultural-encounters/ Janina Fenigsen: You’ve written a fascinating account of the 2016 US tour of the Algerian the…
foodanthro , January 6th, 2020
In this third installment of interviews with anthropologists about their work on food, David Sutton talks with Joelle Bahloul, whose work on food and memory has inspired many…
tabsir , February 28th, 2018
In 1981, while visiting Egypt for a consulting assignment with USAID, I purchased the old Cairo edition of the massive dictionary Tāj al-‘Arūs of Murtaḍā al-Zabīdī (d. 1790)….
tabsir , June 24th, 2015
Islamic Africa is a peer-reviewed, multidisciplinary, academic journal published online and in print. Incorporating the journal Sudanic Africa, Islamic Africa publishes original research concerning I…
tabsir , May 31st, 2015
For anyone doing research on the Middle East for the past two centuries, there is an incredible archive online. Details below: Alphabetical List of Open Access Historical Newspapers…
Maximilian Forte , January 11th, 2015
When it was still called the Socialist People’s Libyan Arab Jamahiriya (Al-Jamahiriya al-arabiya al-Libiya al-sha’abiya al-ishtirakiya), and Col. Muammar Gaddafi was still the de facto head of state,…