The Arabist 44 has become online

From the table of contents:

Georges Bohas (Lyon): Masquer la métrique sous une apparente prose : émergence d’un genre littéraire

László Csicsmann & Erzsébet N. Rózsa (Budapest): An Ancient Regional Security Complex on the Rise: The Nile Water Controversy from the Perspective of Egypt

Antonella Ghersetti (Venice): Arabic Short Narratives and Narratio Brevis: Some Remarks

Tamás Iványi (Budapest): Ibn Rušd al-Ǧadd (1058–1126): Fatwās about Marriage and Married Life

Adam Mestyan (Durham, NC): Land Privatization in Islamic Law? The Case of Irṣād in Egypt, 1850–1950

Péter T. Nagy (Qatar): The Elephants’ Minaret in Budapest Zoo: Reorienting a Century-old Debate

István Ormos (Budapest): Ḥadd: a Technical Term in Arabic Works on Geography

Anne Regourd (Paris): Deux almanachs conservés à Harar (Éthiopie): Circulation et usages des savoirs et des textes

Zsolt Rostoványi (Budapest): Sharia in Great Britain

Sabine Schmidtke (Princeton, N.J.): Rudolf Strothmann’s Trip to the Middle East (1929/30): Bosnia, Montenegro, Albania, Anatolia, the Levant, Jordan, Palestine, Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Eritrea, and Yemen

Avihai Shivtiel (Cambridge/Leeds): Taha Hussein’s Humour

Máté Szalai (Budapest): The Role of Smallness and Responsibility in the Strategic Narratives of British Elites Regarding the Withdrawal from the Gulf Region (1968-1971)

Kees Versteegh (Nijmegen): Why ‘Emphatics’?

Dora Zsom (Budapest): Magical Leftovers from a Demolished House of the Theban Necropolis.

2 Replies to “The Arabist 44 has become online”

    • tj Post author

      شكرا لك على اهتمامك بالمجلة. هذه المجلة على الإنترنت بالكامل. يرجى الرجوع إلى موقعنا على الإنترنت للنسخ. يمكنك أيضًا العثور على نسخ مطبوعة في العديد من المكتبات حول العالم لكننا لا نرسل نسخًا مطبوعة إلى الأفراد


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