Monday, February 28, 2011
Issues available online (pdf files):
Volume VII - 1984-1985
Volume XI - 1988-1989
Volume XII - 1989-1990
Volume XIV - 1991-1992
Volume XV - 1992-1993
Volume XVIII - 1995-1996
Reprint from volume XVII - 1994
Volume XXI - 1989-1999
Volume XXII - 1999-2000
Volume XXIII - 2000-2001
Vol. 1 - 1981 - pp. 53-102 - Cohen: Privacy: A Jewish Perspective
Vol. 1 - 1981 - pp. 103-132 - Schachter: Dina de'malchusa dina
Vol. 2 - 1981 - pp. 5-37 - Levine: Advertising and Promotional Activities
Vol. 2 - 1981 - pp. 38-63 - Cohen: Vegetarianism From A Jewish Perspective
Vol. 2 - 1981 - pp. 123-143 - Bleich: Mental Incompetence and Its implications in Jewish Law
Vol. 3 - 1982 - pp. 54-71 - Cohen: Chodosch - Is It Applicable in America?
Vol. 4 - 1982 - pp. 5-32 - Schachter: Halachic Aspects of Family Planning
Vol. 4 - 1982 - pp. 93-115 - Schachter: Various Aspects Of Adoption
Vol. 5 - 1983 - pp. 5-24 - Schachter: The Laws of Eruvin
Vol. 5 - 1983 - pp. 25-44 - Levine: Inflation Issues in Jewish Law
Vol. 5 - 1983 - pp. 45-64 - Fink: Halachic Aspects of Organ Transplantation
Vol. 5 - 1983 - pp. 92-108 - Cohen: Chalav Yisrael
Vol. 6 - 1983 - pp. 5-20 - Bleich: Parameters and Limits of Communal Unity from the Perspective of Jewish Law
Vol. 6 - 1983 - pp. 65-77 - Cohen: Kitniyot in Halachic Literature
Vol. 7 - 1984 - pp. 73-87 - Cohen: On Maintaining a Professional Confidence
Vol 8 - 1984 - pp. 5-13 - Lamm: Is it a Mitzvah to Administer medical Therapy?
Vol. 8 - 1984 - pp. 14-33 - Schachter: The Mitzvah of Yishuv Eretz Yisrael
Vol. 8 - 1984 - pp. 87-100 - Cohen: Chametz After Pesach
Vol. 9 - 1985 - pp. 68-75 - Bleich: Cosmetic Powder on Shabbat
Vol. 9 - 1985 - pp. 143-160 - Schachter: Determining Jewish Identity: Ethiopian Jewry
Vol. 10 - 1985 - pp. 5-29 - Cohen: Refuah On The Sabbath
Vol. 10 - 1985 - pp. 85-98 - Bleich: Artificial Feeling on Yom Kippur
Vol. 11 - 1986 - pp. 5-18 - Dratch: The ethics of Selecting a Political Candidate
Vol. 11 - 1986 - pp. 19-32 - Cohen: Animal Experimentation
Vol. 12 - 1986 - pp. 5-16 - Cohen: Celebration of the Bat Mitzvah
Vol. 14 - 1987 - pp. 7-47 - Kahn: Music in Halachic Perspective
Vol. 15 - 1988 - pp. 7-22 - Schachter: Is Canned Tuna Kosher?
Vol. 15 - 1988 - pp. 25-49 - Cohen: Tumeah of a Kohen
Vol. 16 - 1988 - pp. 26-42 - Cohen: Drafting Women for the Army
Vol. 16 - 1988 - pp. 56-70 - Bleich: Of Land, Peace, and Divine Command
Vol. 16 - 1988 - pp. 72-95 - Schachter: Land for Peace: A Halachic Perspective
Vol. 17 - 1989 - pp. 14-31 - Rosner/Tendler: Definition of Death in Judaism
Vol. 17 - 1989 - pp. 32-40 - Schachter: Determining Death
Vol. 17 - 1989 - pp. 41-48 - Soloveichik: Death According to the Halacha
Vol. 17 - 1989 - pp- 93.115 - Cohen: Brit Milah and the Specter of AIDS
Vol. 18 - 1989 - pp. 61-76 - Dratch: Suing Your Rabbi
Vol. 19 - 1990 - pp. 49-78 - Cohen: Tevilah of Utensils
Vol. 19 - 1990 - pp. 81-99 - Rosner: Unconventional Therapies and Judaism
Vol. 20 - 1990 - pp. 47-75 - Rosner: Rabbi Moshe Feinstein's Influence on Medical Halacha
Vol. 20 - 1990 - pp. 111-129 - Dratch: His Money or Her Life?
Vol. 21 - 1991 - pp. 60-83 - Pahmer: The International Date Line
Vol. 25 - 1993 - pp. 5-36 - Cohen: Protest Demonstrations
Vol. 25 - 1993 - pp. 37-48 - Rosner: Physicians' Strikes And Jewish Law
Vol. 26 - 1993 - pp. 110-128 - Cohen: Erev Pesach On Shabbat
Vol. 8 - 2010, issue I "Advancing Children through the Arts", and II "Honoring Prof. Bathia Churgin in Her 80th year"
Vol. 7 - 2008-2009, issue II
Vol. 7 - 2008-2009, issue I "Celebrating Israel's 61th Anniversary"
Vol. 6 - 2007-2008 "Celebrating Israel's 60th Anniversary"
Vol. 5 - 2006, issue I
Vol. 4 - 2005
Vol. 3 - 2004
Vol. 2 - 2002
Vol. 1 - 1999
Publisher: Ankara : Ankara University, Dept. of Modern Turkish Dialects and Literature, 2004-
Journal of Modern Turkish Studies (JMTS) is the official e-journal of the Department of Modern Turkish Dialects and Literature, Ankara University, Faculty of Letters. The Journal is published as one volume of four issues per year in the following sequence of issues: March, June, September and December.
The scope of the Journal is Turkology and related fields. The editors are particularly interested in scholarly work in the following areas: All standard and non-standard varieties of Turkish language, written and oral Turkish literature, Turkish cultural and political history, socio-cultural and economical structures and international relations of modern Turkish societies.
It includes reviews of recent developments and book reviews as well as core theoretical and applied research papers. It also publishes occasional special issues principally devoted to particular themes.
Publications by project: Middle East
Sunday, February 27, 2011
Full Table of Contents with considerable abstracts
Edward Omar Moad: "A Significant Difference Between al-Ghazālī and Hume on Causation", Vol. 3, pp. 22-39
Saba Fatima: "An Examination of the Ethics of Submissiveness", Vol. 4, pp. 3-20
Thérèse-Anne Druart: Editorial of Volume 5, Pages 1-2
Saturday, February 26, 2011
Washington Report on Middle East Affairs
Publisher: Washington, D.C. : American Educational Trust
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AIPAC's biweekly flagship publication, offering insight and analysis into the issues affecting the U.S.-Israel relationship. More...
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Cette page rassemble des informations relatives aux manuscrits du Yémen et, au-delà, à des manifestations internationales concernant le manuscrit (rubrique « Actualités du manuscrit »). Elle inclut aussi bien les codex que les documents. Elle offre aussi des articles courts, toujours sur le thème des manuscrits du Yémen, mais incluant ceux qui, provenant du Yémen, se trouvent conservés dans d’autres pays (rubrique « Textes »).
This page provides information about the manuscripts of Yemen and about International events concerning manuscripts in general (heading « Actualités du manuscrit »). Manuscripts are taken to include both codices and documents. Short articles are posted under the heading « Textes ». They include reports on manuscripts presently in Yemen and on those which, although originating there, are now elsewhere.
Friday, February 25, 2011
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2010: Islam og minoriteter, nr. 2 - 2010
Sharî’a i praksis: fatwa, forbrug og feminisme, nr. 1 - 2010
2008: Islam, muslimer og uddannelse, nr. 3 - 2008
Research on Islam Repositioned - New Agendas in the study of Islam and Muslims in a politicised research field, nr. 2 - 2008
Islam & institutioner, nr. 1 - 2008
Hverdagsislam, nr. 1 - 2007
Danske koranstudier, nr. 1 - 2006
Thursday, February 24, 2011
DAR is a system to create and maintain library's digital collections. DAR acts as a repository for all types of digital material, thus preserving and archiving the digital media as well as, providing public access to digitized collections through a web-based search and browsing facilities.
Advanced search interface allows to search by Subject, Author, Language or Collection and is available here
This project is a collaborative effort between ISIS and the Special Projects Department . It provides the collection of late President Sadat in a searchable form for historians, politicians and researchers to analyze and study one of the most important transitional periods in Egyptian history. The project compiles all the material pertaining to the late President Anwar El Sadat in a digital archive documenting an important epoch in the discourse of the Egyptian history. Chronicles of the glorious October battle, the protocols of Camp David Accord, the interviews of the late President with local and international broadcasts, all are available in an audio or video formats among other 220 documentary films featuring El Sadat on different occasions. The material was compiled from different sources, like news agencies, museums, and various other institutions, in addition to the collection graciously granted by the late President’s family. The collection was published on the Internet with tools and features that facilitate easy navigation through the materials, as well as the capability to perform comprehensive searches among the different sections and categories of data.
A rich repository documenting the life of the late President Gamal Abdel Nasser, using a collection of different media pertaining to his presidency period. The collection of documents, photos, movies, speeches, etc, were donated to the Library of Alexandria by Nasser Foundation to be scanned, cataloged, indexed and subjected to optical character recognition (OCR), and availed to the users in a searchable easy to browse interface. The collection is continuously being updated with new items. One of the recent updates is the “This day in history” feature, which allows users to view events, news, speeches, or documentary movies that happened in a certain year on the same day. The collection has also been expanded with new material including 43 speeches in video and audio, 29 greeting cards, 13 pamphlets released by the Free Officers Movement, and 22 documents containing meeting minutes of the Egyptian Cabinet in 1,176 pages.
Interactive, multimedia experience of Egyptian cultural artifacts, places and history for a global audience. The website covers descriptions of more than 2,000 artifacts, key historical characters and archeological sites and wraps them in a variety of stories and virtual tours of famous sites and museums. The descriptive information is available in three languages: Arabic, English, and French.
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