Saltzburg,Richard P | 22 Jul 22:16 2016
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Mohammed Muhaisen writings

I've been referred to a patron who makes the following request:


I want to ask about specific journal articles for Mohamad Muhasen, how can I reach them?
I know that Mohamad Muhasen published some journal articles and some newspapers from 1919-1923 in NYC, some examples of his work are Alserat, aldabourm, and I really want to know how can i reach them.Thank you for your help.


I've located a mention of this person here and I've searched our catalog for any materials related to him and find nothing. (Hopefully this is the correct Mohammed Muhaisen, I'm confirming with the patron at this time).


https://books.google.com/books?id=Gi_TAwAAQBAJ&pg=PA99&lpg=PA99&dq=Mohammed+Muhaisen+writer&source=bl&ots=j5-a0LZK9d&sig=NbdOfTSaB24Jf3zyqRX1iQfnlK4&hl=en&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwj6iYWb3ofOAhVCWSYKHWvlDucQ6AEISDAI#v=onepage&q=Mohammed%20Muhaisen%20writer&f=false

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Edward A. Jajko | 22 Jul 21:06 2016
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Book-banning

Rifat Bali's comments on the possible banning of pro-Gulen and anti-Erdogan books, as well as the
destruction of the Gulenist book store brought to our attention by Andras, remind me of something that
happened when I was a Fulbrighter in Cairo in 1965-1966. I used to spend hours in the many book stores,
sometimes just browsing, oftentimes buying. In August or September '66, by which time I was a CAS Fellow, I
was in one of the big stores, the only person there except for the man behind the counter. Sayyid Qutb had
just been hanged for an alleged plot to kill Nasser and the mood in the city was grim. As I looked through the
books, a man came in, approached the counter, and asked the clerk if he had any books by Sayyid Qutb. The
clerk backed away in shock, waving his hand, saying "La! Mamnu'!" The question was asked again, and the
response was given even more forcefully and repeatedly. Finally, the man gave up and left, the clerk
calmed down, and I left, too. To this date I am undecided whether the inquirer was a Qutbi or a police agent provocateur.

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RIFAT BALI | 22 Jul 15:34 2016
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latest developments in Turkey - publishing sector

Dear MELAnet friends

Following Andras Riedlmayer's post of yesterday I would like to briefly inform you of the possible effects of the recent attempted and failed coup in Turkey. As you may have read in the international press it seems that Fethullah Gülen and his followers in the Turkish Armed Forces attempted this coup. As a natural result of it there is a huge purging action in the Army and all levels of the civil bureaucracy. This may somehow affects the publishing houses which are known to be part of the Gülen movement. 

If you access the following link of the Kaynak group which is known to be a pro-Gülen group which in November 2015 was seized by the government and a trustee appointed



you will see that six publishing houses are listed. They are known to be pro-Gülen publishing houses. Out of these six the following two ones



are registed in the U.S. but to our knowledge their books are printed in Turkey and also distributed in Turkey. The following site


is one of their distribution companies belonging to the same group of which a branch was sacked yesterday in Malatya as per Andras's post.


What will be the fall out of the attempted coup for the pro-Güen publishing houses? I think it will be more difficult, even if they will not be banned, to find Gülen's own books which are his sermons and speeches and also it may be hard to find some of the anti-Erdoğan books published by Bluedome Press.  

Kind regards.

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Hirsch, David | 22 Jul 14:48 2016

Interesting links for Melaneters

Olivia Snaije, a Paris based journalist who writes about Middle Eastern art, literature and culture asked me to forward the following to you. Enjoy.
David 



Sent from my Samsung Galaxy smartphone.



Hello Melaneters,
Just FYI we are a new digital platform, there may be some articles you are interested in here, you can also sign in and write as a community or even have a Melanet profile:

On Arabic detective novels:
https://www.bookwitty.com/text/arab-detective-novels-a-comeback/57641412acd0d02c995e247a

Hisham Matar memoir review:
https://www.bookwitty.com/text/hisham-matars-greatest-book-so-far-his-journey-to/5785623facd0d071d1665467

Sayed Kashua review:
https://www.bookwitty.com/text/between-two-worlds-native-dispatches-from-a/5773c96bacd0d04b9665dcc2


Interview with Fouad Laroui and translator Emma Ramadan:
https://www.bookwitty.com/text/moroccan-author-fouad-laroui-funny-and-clever-in/578e2055acd0d0472bb1a7a2

Book recommendations from the Middle East by Saleem Haddad:
https://www.bookwitty.com/text/author-saleem-haddad-recommends-five-favorite/576d53fdacd0d06bc4de511a

all best,
Olivia

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IAN JOHNSON (0616285 | 22 Jul 11:16 2016
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FW: REVUE ARABE D'ARCHIVES DE DOCUMENTATION ET D'INFORMATION

Some members of this list may be interested to see the announcement that this old established journal is
going electronic.

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Chief Editor, IFLA/De Gruyter series: 'Global Studies in Libraries and Information'
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Riedlmayer, Andras J. | 22 Jul 04:08 2016
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Turkey: pro-government mob attacks bookstore

16 July 2016 -- A mob of government supporters in the eastern Anatolian city of Malatya attacks the NT Bookstore, part of a nationwide chain of bookstores said to be connected with the Gülen movement.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=siZXZJtrddY 

www.youtube.com
DARBE GİRİŞİMİNDEN SONRA fetö nün KİTAPÇISINI YAĞMALAMA...

https://m.reddit.com/r/europe/comments/4twbox/erdogan_supporters_demolishing_a_bookstore_in/ 

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Erdogan supporters demolishing a bookstore in Malatya | r/europe at reddit.com

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Chuck | 21 Jul 16:27 2016
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Oriental Institute Job Posting: Head of Museum Archives and Digital Content Specialist

Please bring this announcement to the attention of prospective applicants:

The Oriental Institute seeks a dynamic archivist with training, expertise, and experience in the acquisition, accession, and long-term stewardship of archival materials, with a particular emphasis on the growing needs of the Oriental Institute’s digital asset repository. The Head of Museum Archives and Digital Content Specialist works closely with museum and institutional staff to determine standards, policies, procedures and tools for processing, discovery, and access to the Oriental Institute archives and the content held in the digital repository. This position reports to the Chief Curator and Deputy Director for Collections and Exhibitions and plays a key role in the ongoing management of all archival materials by demonstrating strategic vision and operations leadership.

For further details and to apply for this position, please go to the University of Chicago’s website: http://jobs.uchicago.edu/
Job Posting Number: 100900

Online you will be asked to complete an application, and to upload both a cover letter and resume.

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pm2650 | 20 Jul 21:39 2016

Le Journal de Tanger

Dear All,
One of our faculty is looking for an article from September 1, 1939 issue of Le Journal de Tanger.
Several libraries in WorldCat and beyond indicate ownership but unfortunately none have holdings from before 1950's.
We would be extremely grateful for any information how to obtain a  digital or paper copy.

Thank you,
Peter



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Dougherty, Robin | 19 Jul 22:06 2016
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NEWS: CLIR Receives Planning Grant for Digital Library of the Middle East

Dear all,

 

Great news about a wonderful initiative.

 

Best,

 

Robin D.

 

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Subject: [agade] NEWS: CLIR Receives Planning Grant for Digital Library of the Middle East
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From Kathlin Smith [mailto:ksmith-RRXEuyLNWi8@public.gmane.org]
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CLIR Receives Planning Grant for Digital Library of the Middle East

Washington, DC, July 19, 2016—The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation has awarded CLIR $149,500 to support exploratory research, community building, and technical prototyping for the Digital Library of the Middle East (DLME).

Along with the horrific loss of life and human suffering in the region, the cultural heritage of many nations in the Middle East and North Africa is presently under severe threat from a combination of destruction, looting, illegal black market trafficking, and terrorism. Digital technology, specifically those technologies associated with the architecture, management, and sustainability of large-scale digital libraries, can help remediate this crisis.

The DLME would create a digitally based, internationally shared inventory of cultural artifacts that includes detailed descriptions and images, and confirms objects’ ownership and legal status. This information would help determine whether an item of cultural or historical significance offered for sale or being transferred was acquired illegally. Images and brief descriptions from the DLME could be made publicly available to encourage greater understanding of the region's cultural legacy and respect for the importance of the cultural commonwealth, while helping to safeguard a fundamentally important expression of our humanity.

“The proposal has attracted the engagement and attention of a very fine array of scholars, IT specialists, diplomats, and administrators, which augurs well for its longer-term prospects,” said CLIR President Charles Henry. “The opportunity to collaborate with and learn from our colleagues in the region is compelling. They will establish the priorities of activity and guide these efforts.”

Henry will serve with Peter Herdrich, co-founder of The Antiquities Coalition, CLIR’s primary organizational partner, as principal investigator. Media and digital arts producer Neil Sieling will serve as lead research analyst, and Elizabeth Waraksa, program director for research and strategic initiatives at the Association of Research Libraries, will serve as consultant to the project.

“Our focus is on finding practical solutions in the effort to fight the scourge of looting, the illicit trade, and terrorist financing.” Herdrich said. “We all believe there’s tremendous potential for the DLME to develop an implementable program that will significantly protect our shared cultural heritage. And that’s what we’ll be assessing.”

Over the next eight months, the team will conduct a series of focused research projects; lead meetings, webinars, and other methods of education and outreach; identify and convene an advisory council; and travel to the Middle East and North Africa to explore potential partners and projects that may fall within the purview of the DLME. Information and insight gathered through these means will frame a final report that will either corroborate the efficacy and cost effectiveness of creating a DLME, or articulate why the concept is not currently feasible.

Throughout the project, the team will have opportunities to draw on the energy and expertise of CLIR’s Digital Library Federation community. “We can bring the considerable technical expertise of the international digital library community to bear on this crisis,” said DLF Director Bethany Nowviskie, "but we must also apply our increasingly mature social and ethical consciousness to work in partnership.”
If feasible, development of the DLME would likely proceed in stages that include converting free standing analog/paper-based existing inventories to searchable, digital databases; new digitization of objects in the Middle East and North Africa, and the creation of linked metadata for them; and the aggregation of existing digital assets relevant to the regional legacy held in U.S. and European institutions.

More information about the project is available at https://urldefense.proofpoint.com/v2/url?u=https-3A__www.clir.org_initiatives-2Dpartnerships_DLME&d=CwIGaQ&c=-dg2m7zWuuDZ0MUcV7Sdqw&r=1D3TFE4G5DUZ3JmIhS6JWPAqUZFn4jWBu8vqP0PSv2U&m=E1LE8Mo-3BO8FF_U3pE31nEeYyB74GJASpIpece7pCw&s=WBEQ4JXFBjB5273xSEwnmz6bLR1Ponv75McP7N5mTkE&e= .
The Council on Library and Information Resources (CLIR) is an independent, nonprofit organization that forges strategies to enhance research, teaching, and learning environments in collaboration with libraries, cultural institutions, and communities of higher learning. CLIR promotes forward-looking collaborative solutions that transcend disciplinary, institutional, professional, and geographic boundaries in support of the public good.

The Digital Library Federation, founded in 1995, is a robust and diverse community of practice, advancing research, learning, and the public good through digital library technologies. DLF connects its parent organization, CLIR, to an active practitioner network, consisting of 151 member institutions, including colleges, universities, public libraries, museums, labs, agencies, and consortia. DLF is the institutional home to the National Digital Stewardship Alliance, which works to establish, maintain, and advance the capacity to preserve our nation’s digital resources for the benefit of present and future generations.
The Antiquities Coalition is leading the global fight against cultural racketeering: the illicit trade in antiquities by organized criminals and terrorist organizations. This plunder for profit funds crime and conflict around the world—erasing our past and threatening our future. The Coalition’s innovative and practical solutions tackle crimes against heritage head on, empowering communities and countries in crisis.

Learn more at www.theantiquitiescoalition.org.

Council on Library and Information Resources
1707 L Street, Ste 650
Washington, DC 20036, USA
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pm2650 | 18 Jul 17:45 2016

[MELANET-L] "Why Don’t Arabs Read?" - from Al-Fanar Media Newsletter

Perhaps of interest:
http://www.al-fanarmedia.org/2016/07/why-dont-arabs-read/

PM


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IAN JOHNSON (0616285 | 15 Jul 13:57 2016
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New Library and Information Science Books

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