Christof Galli | 26 Feb 21:43 2015

FW: Information about Mosul Library

Posted on behalf of Atifa Rawan, U. of Arizona Libraries.

 

-Christof

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Christof Galli

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From: Rawan, Atifa R - (arawan) [mailto:arawan-J82dVEKiPgWwMxdmafFHj4dd74u8MsAO@public.gmane.org]
Sent: Thursday, February 26, 2015 3:38 PM
To: Christof Galli
Subject: FW: Information about Mosul Library

 

Hi Christof,

I am not able to post my message to MELANET listerve about recent information related to Mosul Library in Iraq. Do you mind posting it on my behalf?

I really appreciate it.

 

Atifa Rawan

University of Arizona Libraries

From: Rawan, Atifa R - (arawan)
Subject: Information about Mosul Public Library

Does anyone have a contact information for the director of Mosul Public Library in Iraq? Also,  do any of you know any U.S.-based scholars who might be able to speak about the collection of the Mosul Library? As we know this collection was targeted by ISIS recently. I have a writer who is looking for this information.

Thank you,

Atifa Rawan

University of Arizona Libraries

 

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Riedlmayer, Andras J. | 19 Feb 23:06 2015
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Re: ID for Arabic text

Dear Robin,

I can't tell you what work the Arabic text is taken from. However, I can tell you that this item is a modern fake miniature, painted on top of the text of a page ripped out of a genuine old manuscript (which has no relation to the subject of the image added by the modern "artist"). Usually manuscripts that are disassembled as raw materials for such purposes are old madrasa books, with corrections/additions to the text and marginal annotations (ḥawāshī).  The common practice is to cover part of a block of text with an opaque wash (white paint), then add a 'miniature' -- in this case the head, hands and feet of a dervish emerging from a calligraphic design that reads "Ya Hazret-i Mevlana". This is a clue that the "miniature" was probably produced in Turkey, but it doesn't identify the source manuscript. Keep in mind that enuine illustrated manuscripts rarely have annotations -- the painted illustrations are meant to complement a beautifully written text, with no additions or corrections -- and they never have painted illustrations that cover or overlap the writing.

I hope this helps.

András

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Dear all,

 

Would anyone like to hazard a guess what text this could be from? Quite an image!

 

Thanks for any insight,

 

Robin

 

Roberta L. Dougherty

Librarian for Middle East Studies

Yale University Library

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http://www.facebook.com/NearEastCollectionYaleUniversityLibrary

 

 

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Sent: Thursday, February 19, 2015 4:06 PM
To: Dougherty, Robin
Subject: Whirling Dervish calligraphy art

 

Hello Ms. Dougherty,

 

We found this piece of art (really, a page out of an old book) at Goodwill today, and are endeavoring to learn more about it. We're pretty sure it's Turkish or Persian art in Arabic Naskhi or Ruq'ah, perhaps from the 18th century. It seems to be all hand-painted and lettered, with real gold leaf.  Perhaps you can lend some insight? If it's interesting enough, we could bring it in next time we're in New Haven.  

Thanks,

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Dougherty, Robin | 19 Feb 22:27 2015
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ID for Arabic text

Dear all,

 

Would anyone like to hazard a guess what text this could be from? Quite an image!

 

Thanks for any insight,

 

Robin

 

Roberta L. Dougherty

Librarian for Middle East Studies

Yale University Library

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http://www.facebook.com/NearEastCollectionYaleUniversityLibrary

 

 

From: Arjuna Greist [mailto:arjunagreist-Re5JQEeQqe8AvxtiuMwx3w@public.gmane.org]
Sent: Thursday, February 19, 2015 4:06 PM
To: Dougherty, Robin
Subject: Whirling Dervish calligraphy art

 

Hello Ms. Dougherty,

 

We found this piece of art (really, a page out of an old book) at Goodwill today, and are endeavoring to learn more about it. We're pretty sure it's Turkish or Persian art in Arabic Naskhi or Ruq'ah, perhaps from the 18th century. It seems to be all hand-painted and lettered, with real gold leaf.  Perhaps you can lend some insight? If it's interesting enough, we could bring it in next time we're in New Haven.  

Thanks,

Arjuna

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Brenda Bickett | 18 Feb 20:58 2015
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Heritage library in Oman has mss. digitized

hi all,
thought this might be of interest:

cheers, Brenda

Brenda E. Bickett
Bibliographer for:
*Center for Contemporary Arab Studies
*Center for Eurasian, Russian &  East   European Studies
*Prince AlWaleed Center for Muslim-Christian Understanding
*Dept. of Arabic & Islamic Studies
*Dept. of Slavic Languages
Georgetown University Library
Washington DC 20057-1174
voice: 202/687-4482

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Padraig.Kirby | 18 Feb 17:21 2015
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[MELANET-L] Keynote Speakers Announcement - Western Balkan Information Literacy Conference, Bihać, Bosnia & Herzegovina June 17-20th 2015.

Apologies for Cross Posting. The keynote speakers for the forthcoming Western Balkan Information Literacy Conference,  Bihać, Bosnia & Herzegovina June 17-20th 2015 are:

Dr. Christine Bruce- Professor in the Information Systems School, Science and Engineering Faculty, Queensland University of Technology, Australia

Dr. Tefko Saracevic,  Professor Emeritus, School of Communication, Information and Library Studies Rutgers University USA:   

 

Call for Papers NOW OPEN!  Conference website http://www.wbilc2015.kbbi.ba/en/

 

 

Dr Christine Bruce is Professor in the Information Systems School, Science and Engineering Faculty, Queensland University of Technology, Australia. She has an extensive research and publication profile in information literacy and higher education teaching and learning. She has investigated information literacy and learning across educational, workplace and community contexts with a special emphasis on peoples experience of information use. Her most recent book publication on information literacy was Informed Learning, 2008. In 2014 Information experience: approaches to theory and practice was published by Emerald. Christine regularly consults and facilitates workshops on information literacy in the university sector around the world. She has delivered 19 keynote addresses in the last ten years in ten different countries. Christine is convenor of the QUT Higher Education Research Network, and Higher Degree Research Director in the Information Systems School. She served as Director and Assistant Dean, Teaching and Learning for the Faculty of Information Technology between 2001- 2006. She was awarded an Australian Learning and Teaching Council Fellowship in 2008. She is a an assessor for the Australian Research Council, a member of the Board of Directors for the US National Forum for Information Literacy, a member of the Reference Group for the University of San Jose SLIS Research Center, and a member of the Board of Directors for the LiNCS Research Centre at the University of Gothenburg, Faculty of Education. In 2010 Christine received a Library Board of Queensland Award for contributions to information literacy research and education. Archived versions of her publications are available at: http://eprints.qut.edu.au/view/person/Bruce,_Christine.html

 

 

 

Studied electrical engineering at the University of Zagreb, Croatia and completed his master (1962) and Ph.D. (1970) studies in information science at Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, Ohio. Taught and conducted research at Case till 1985, when moved to Rutgers. Promoted to Professor II (highest academic rank at Rutgers Univ.) in 1991. Associate Dean from 2003 to 2006. Professor Emeritus since 2010.  For more information, please see:  http://comminfo.rutgers.edu/~tefko/curriculum_vitae.htm

 

 

Regards

 

Padraig Kirby MSc (LIS)  BA (Hons) HdipLIS

Senior Library Assistant

The Library

Limerick Institute of Technology,

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Riedlmayer, Andras J. | 18 Feb 17:15 2015
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[MELANET-L] Guía social de la colonia árabe en Chile (Siria, Palestina, Libanesa) 1941

found on the Web:


Guía social de la colonia árabe en Chile (Siria, Palestina, Libanesa) / recopilación y dirección Ahmad Hassan Mattar, director de la audición “Hora Farouk”.  Obra auspiciada por el “Club Palestino”. Santiago de Chile : Imprenta “Ahues Hnos.”, 1941.  379 pages ; 26 cm.

This book is held by a handful of OCLC libraries; see the record at
OCLC Number: 2476356
(which oddly enough claims the book is in Portuguese; in fact, it’s in Spanish and Arabic)

There’s no preview available for this book on Google Books, though they may have scanned it.
But those interested can find a scanned version posted on Scribd
http://www.scribd.com/doc/36596889/Guia-Social-Arabe-en-Chile#scribd

I wonder -- is anyone out there keeping track of such things?

András

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Rachel Simon | 17 Feb 18:18 2015
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Book for review in MELA notes

This is a second chance book for review in MELA notes. Please contact me directly only if you are SURE you CAN return a review WITHIN SIX MONTHS:

 

Atefat-Peckham, Susan (ed.), Talking through the door: an anthology of contemporary Middle Eastern American writing (Syracuse UP, 2014)

 

Thanks,

 

Rachel Simon

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Rachel Simon | 13 Feb 18:52 2015
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Books for review in MELA notes

I received the following books for review in MELA notes. Please contact me directly if you are sure you can return a review WITHIN SIX MONTHS.      

 

 

 

Shahla Haeri, Law of desire: temporary marriage in Shi’I Iran (Syracuse UP, 2014) [revised edition]

 

Rula Jurdi Abisaab & Malek Abisaab, The Shi’ites of Lebanon: modernism, Communism and Hizbullah’s Islamists (Syracuse UP, 2014)

 

 

Raymond Hinnebusch & Tina Zintl (eds.), Syria from reform to revolt, volume 1: political economy and international relations (Syracuse UP, 2014)

 

Thanks,

 

Rachel Simon

MELA Notes  Book review editor

 

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pm2650 | 11 Feb 18:22 2015

Iranian writers welcome decline of censorship

Of interest:

"When Iran’s President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad faced off with his primary opponent, Mir-Hossein Mousavi, in a heated televised debate in 2008, the unyielding leader conceded at least one point.
When Mousavi criticized the state for its arbitrary book censorship under Ahmadinejad, the president responded, “Yes, I agree with you on that. I have written to the culture minister and warned him about this.”

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Dougherty, Robin | 10 Feb 15:29 2015
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RE: MELA panel at MESA 2015--CFP!

Dear Ali,

 

The overall theme would be “Celebrating 40 years of MELA,” but other than that I have no ideas. Do you?

 

Given that we are now basically running out of time for a panel proposal for MESA, I am thinking we should propose a thematic conversation instead, which has a later deadline. Overnight I thought of a topic: “Looking back on 40 years of professional M.E. librarianship: What M.E. Librarians Want M.E. Academics to Know.” It’s a bit goofy but I think it could be productive. What do you think?

 

Robin D.

MELA Prez 2015

 

From: Ali Houissa [mailto:ah16-HmMyXyqgL2CVc3sceRu5cw@public.gmane.org]
Sent: Tuesday, February 10, 2015 9:02 AM
To: Dougherty, Robin
Subject: RE: MELA panel at MESA 2015--CFP!

 

Robin—

Is there an overall theme for the panel?

 

Thanks

-A.

 

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Importance: High

 

Dear friends,

 

Those of you who attended our meeting in November in D.C. remember me saying that I would like us to celebrate our big 40th anniversary year, 2015, in some special way. One of my ideas was to organize a suitable panel at MESA that would be sponsored by MELA & would in some way address issues in our field that would hopefully be of interest to the more general MESA membership, & at the same time give some prominence to our group.

 

I have indeed left it to nearly the last minute but I have experience putting MESA panels together and I always say, if it weren’t for the last minute, then nothing would ever get done! :-)

 

Therefore, I would like to solicit input from our membership on a possible theme & topics for a MELA-sponsored panel at MESA. Remember that our new V.P./Program Chair/Prez-Elect, Jaleh Fazelian, will also soon be working on the MELA program itself, and we want our anniversary meeting to be spectacularly successful with lots of great participation and presentations. But there is always room for more. Perhaps you are working on something that you would really like to bring to the MESA audience this year.

 

The deadline for panel submissions at MESA is 12 February (that’s next week!!). However there is wiggle room for submitting papers to either a special session (1 April) or a thematic conversation (1 May). My personal preference is for a panel, however I participated in a MELA-organized thematic conversation this past year & I thought it went very well.

 

Please send me any ideas you might have. Remember that in order to submit any kind of proposal, you MUST also pay your MESA dues at the time of submission.

 

Best regards,

 

Robin

MELA Prez 2015

 

Roberta L. Dougherty

Librarian for Middle East Studies

Yale University Library

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Ali Houissa | 10 Feb 15:02 2015
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[MELANET-L] For 50 years, one American’s life has traced Afghanistan’s

…  

In 2006, two years after Karzai was elected president, she decided it was time to transfer the archive to Afghanistan. By then, there were more than 36,000 documents. She placed them in dozens of wheat bags and loaded them onto four trucks in Peshawar. Hours later, they were housed in Kabul University’s library.

Karzai authorized funding for the center, built with gray stone from Wardak province and cedar wood from Konar province. After long bureaucratic delays, the center opened in 2013.

Today, it houses more than 100,000 documents and other materials. They include Louis Dupree’s collection of 20,000 slides, the earliest dating to the 1940s. The center hosts lectures, seminars, poetry readings and other cultural events. Researchers come to peruse the materials, especially Taliban and mujahideen newspapers.

“This is the most credible information center on Afghan-related issues,” said Reza Farzam, a lecturer in economics at Kabul University.

Dupree has no plans to return to North Carolina, where she still owns a large, comfortable house and a big pond filled with ducks and geese.

“I found a lot of happiness here,” she said.

And there’s another reason: Louis.

“I am trying to fill his shoes, and they are pretty big shoes.”

[MORE] For 50 years, one American’s life has traced Afghanistan’s

 

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