The Orientalist Torsten Wollina reviewed our open access collection MENAdoc for the online magazine HAZINE.
Titled “Yes, you should use MENAdoc and here’s why and how”, he describes in detail what the repository has to offer to the international academic …
Imperial Norms and Local Realities: The Ottoman Municipal Laws and the Municipality of Beirut (1860-1908)
Volume 105 of the Beiruter Texte und Studien by Malek Sharif is now available in open access on MENAdoc.
Book on MENAdoc
Malek Sharif revises …
The Art Salon in the Arab Region: Politics of Taste Making
Volume 132 of the Beiruter Texte und Studien by Nadia von Maltzahn and Monique Bellan is now available in open access on MENAdoc.
Book on MENAdoc
This volume discusses …
Now in our holdings: Tövrat – the first translation of the Torah from Hebrew to Azerbaijani.
The edition by Teymur Sadıqov provides a direct comparison between Azerbaijani and the original in Hebrew.…
This reading primer in the spoken language of the so-called “Mountain Jews” was published in Baku in 1926 as part of a Soviet campaign to alphabetize the nationalities of the USSR … Read more
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Tagged Hebrew, Iranian, Judaism, Judeo-Tati, Juhuri, Caucasus, Reading Primer, Open Access, Rarity
All 3 books of “Karagös : türkische Schattenspiele” by Hellmut Ritter, are now available in open access on MENAdoc.…
Our Open Access repository MENAdoc will get a new technical infrastructure over the next months. Perspectively, the entire collection will be moved to Share_it – our instance of the free document server DSpace.… Read more