Riedlmayer, Andras J. | 5 Feb 20:10 2016
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[MELANET-L] These rebels have amassed a library from Syria’s ruins

BuzzFeed News

Feb. 4, 2016, at 11:06 a.m.


These Rebels Have Amassed A Library From Syria’s Ruins

In a war-ravaged suburb of Damascus, rebel fighters nurture a library of 15,000 books to keep the hopes of revolution alive.

 

Borzou Daragahi, BuzzFeed News Middle East Correspondent

Sarah Dadouch, BuzzFeed Contributor


ISTANBUL — Outside, winter’s chill grips the grey, war-ravaged city, a nightmarish landscape of bombed-out buildings, piles of rubble, and smoldering trash frequently strafed by screeching warplanes or regime helicopters loaded with crude bombs made of dynamite and metal shards.


But inside the basement of a residential building in the Damascus suburb of Daraya, the world beyond Syria’s borders opens up. It is a place of learning and ideas, with books salvaged from the wreckage outside and cobbled together into a makeshift library of 15,000 volumes. A photocopy of an old history book, a shelf full of children’s stories, and self-help books by Tony Robbins, sit alongside a J.M. Coetzee novel, a volume of Islamic scholarship, and slim editions of Arabic poetry by Mahmoud Darweesh or Nizar Qabbani. They are read by candlelight during lengthy power outages or at the war front by rebel fighters.

 

“With all the destruction, we need to hold onto our culture,” said Ahmad, one of the main organizers and the spokesman of the library. Speaking to BuzzFeed News over the course of weeks of interviews conducted over a dotty Skype connection, he asked that his last name be withheld for fear of regime reprisal against his family. [ ... ]


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Dagher, Iman | 1 Feb 20:32 2016

Call for Volunteers: The Bylaws Committee

Dear MELA members,

The Bylaws Committee was convened during our November conference in Denver.  The committee's charge is to have a general review of the bylaws; and to identify and correct any lacks or redundancies, and present to membership for voting. We are seeking four volunteers for this Bylaws Committee; the term is for one year.

This is an opportunity to have a closer look at our bylaws and attempt to facilitate the conduct of our business. If you are interested in serving on this committee, please let me know and contact me at my email: idager-pJ6Lu2hYgzjHDPtHwZCLWA@public.gmane.org

 

Best,

 

Iman

 

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Dougherty, Robin | 1 Feb 15:37 2016
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FW: University of Manchester launches rare Iranian newspaper archive

Dear friends,

 

Apologies for cross-posting if I’m not the first one amongst us to pass this along. Fantastic news from the U. of Manchester! And now, a small caveat: the response time on the site is quite slow (at least it has been for me this morning) and also it doesn’t appear to be possible to search across the entire collection. But it’s an important beginning!

 

Best,

 

Robin D.

MELA Past Prez 2015

 

Roberta L. Dougherty

Librarian for Middle East Studies

Yale University Library

P.O. Box 208240
New Haven, CT 06520-8240
U.S.A.

tel.: +1.203.432.1373 | fax: +1.203.432.7231 | e-mail: roberta.dougherty-LrD5EImo2rg@public.gmane.org

Collection webpage | Faculty research profile | NEC on Facebook | Personal Librarian Program

 

 

From: Circulation list for MELCOM UK [mailto:LIS-MELCOM-UK-fDUS8cNZx2jrfANEuwkQdg@public.gmane.org] On Behalf Of Paul Tate
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Subject: University of Manchester launches rare Iranian newspaper archive

 

Dear all,

 

I’m pleased to announce that we have launched this project today.  Please feel free to forward to interested colleagues/contacts . Having invested in this for the past two years, The University of Manchester Library is now seeking to open it up for collaboration with other institutions that may have similar holdings.

 

All the best,

 

Paul

 

 

 

Nashriyah: digital Iranian history

View digital versions of Iranian newspapers and periodicals capturing key historical events as they happened.

 

 

Containing more than 12,000 pages, the collection is freely accessible without restriction.

Access the collection >

These newspapers and periodicals, many of which have been only partially accessible inside Iran, cover the defining moments from the following three eras:

  • The premiership of Mohammad Mossadegh and the August 1953 coup d’état against his government (1950-53).

  • The 1979 Revolution.

  • The late 1990s/early 2000s ‘reform era’ of former President Mohammad Khatami.

 

 

The University of Manchester,Oxford Road, Manchester, M13 9PL

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Lenkart, Joseph James | 27 Jan 20:03 2016

Area Studies Webinar Series Link Issue

Dear Colleagues,

MS Outlook error.  You can now register at:

https://illinois.edu/fb/sec/6984315


Note: you can also copy and paste the link to register. 


Best Wishes,


Joe


Dear Colleagues,

Good afternoon.  The first installment of the Area Studies Webinar Series will take place on Feb. 9th at 10:00 am Eastern Time.  We will be focusing on Cooperative Collection Development in Area Studies.  We have three accomplished presenters for this segment:

Deborah Jakubs
Rita DiGiallonardo Holloway University Librarian and Vice Provost for Library Affairs, Duke University

Pamela Howard-Reguindin
Field Director, Library of Congress Office, Islamabad, Pakistan.  Cooperative Acquisitions Program

Andy Spencer
Slavic, East European, Middle Eastern, and Central Asian Studies Librarian, University of Wisconsin-Madison

Moderator: Joe Lenkart

This webinar series is designed to address the dynamic changes in Area Studies (Arts and Humanities, Social, Life, and Physical Sciences).  We encourage librarians, staff, and students enrolled in LIS programs to participate in this webinar.


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Lenkart, Joseph James | 27 Jan 19:49 2016

Area Studies Webinar Series: Cooperative Collection Development

Dear Colleagues,

Good afternoon.  The first installment of the Area Studies Webinar Series will take place on Feb. 9th at 10:00 am Eastern Time.  We will be focusing on Cooperative Collection Development in Area Studies.  We have three accomplished presenters for this segment:

Deborah Jakubs
Rita DiGiallonardo Holloway University Librarian and Vice Provost for Library Affairs, Duke University

Pamela Howard-Reguindin
Field Director, Library of Congress Office, Islamabad, Pakistan.  Cooperative Acquisitions Program

Andy Spencer
Slavic, East European, Middle Eastern, and Central Asian Studies Librarian, University of Wisconsin-Madison

Moderator: Joe Lenkart

This webinar series is designed to address the dynamic changes in Area Studies (Arts and Humanities, Social, Life, and Physical Sciences).  We encourage librarians, staff, and students enrolled in LIS programs to participate in this webinar.


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https://illinois.edu/fb/sec/6984315

Privacy note: No content will be made available after the webinar without the consent of all the participants, presenters, and the moderator. 

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John A Eilts | 26 Jan 20:06 2016
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Please note new schedule for MESA meeting in Boston



MESA seems to be scheduling their annual meeting earlier this year.  MELA will need to adjust from our traditional Thursday-Friday schedule I guess.



MESA’s 50th Annual Meeting

Boston, Massachusetts

November 17-20 (Thursday-Sunday)


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Dale J. Correa | 26 Jan 18:13 2016
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Extra copy of title on Ottoman Jews and modernity

Dear all,

I have an extra copy of Evanescent Happiness: Ottoman Jews Encounter Modernity by Amalia Skarlatou Levi (2015), OCLC 927303849, if anyone is interested. First come, first served!

Best wishes,
Dale

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Don't reject an idea if it is suitable,
Or Truth even if it comes from error.
Pearls are precious to acquire,
But it is not the diver who decides their worth.

أولا إنما مطلوبي العلم بحقائق الامور فلا بد من طلب حقيقة العلم ما هي؟
"To begin with, what I am looking for is knowledge of what things really are, so I must undoubtedly try to find what knowledge really is." al-Ghazali

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Dagher, Iman | 26 Jan 17:10 2016

[MELANET-L] FW: 13th UNESCO-Sharjah Prize awarded to the Islamic Library Félix María Pareja (AECID)

FYI. Please excuse duplication..

 

Iman

 

From: Middle Eastern and Islamic Library Collections and Bibliography [mailto:LIS-MIDDLE-EAST-fDUS8cNZx2jrfANEuwkQdg@public.gmane.org] On Behalf Of Melcom International
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Subject: 13th UNESCO-Sharjah Prize awarded to the Islamic Library Félix María Pareja (AECID)

 

Dear All,

This is just to spread the good news of the 13th UNESCO-Sharjah Prize being awarded this year to our colleagues and friends at the Islamic Library Félix María Pareja (AECID) in Madrid, in recognition of their excellent work towards promoting and disseminating Arab culture and intercultural dialogue.
More information about it is to be found on their website.

With my congratulations to Luisa Mora Villarejo and her team, and my best wishes to you all,

Dominique Akhoun-Schwarb

SOAS Library, University of London, UK

MELCom International, Secretary

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Dagher, Iman | 25 Jan 17:19 2016

FW: IFLA 2016 - Satellite Meeting - RDA in the Wider World - Dublin, Ohio August 11 - announcement and call for presentations

FYI.

Iman

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Phone: (310) 825-8642

 

 

From: Hanne Hørl Hansen [mailto:HAH-Vx9hEF3LyHQ@public.gmane.org]
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Subject: [CATSMAIL] IFLA 2016 - Satellite Meeting - RDA in the Wider World - Dublin, Ohio August 11 - announcement and call for presentations

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

IFLA Cataloguing Section, IFLA Section on Serials and Other Continuing Resources, and the RDA Board/RDA Steering Committee are pleased to announce the Satellite Meeting:

 

RDA in the Wider World

 

The Satellite Meeting will take place on 11 August 2016 in Dublin, Ohio, USA, and is kindly hosted by OCLC. The event is in conjunction with the IFLA World Library and Information Congress in Columbus, Ohio, USA, 13-19 August 2016.

 

So far the planning includes:

Resource Description and Access (RDA), the replacement for AACR, has been the standard in many institutions for several years now.  The intention is for RDA to serve widely as an international descriptive standard.  Among the issues to be addressed are:

·            What impact does this international vision have on the governance structure of RDA? 

·            How has RDA been received outside Anglophone communties?

·            How does RDA work in harmony with other international standards?

·            How does RDA deal with treat such specific areas as serials and continuing resources, music, and audiovisual materials.

We plan to have a mix of both invited speakers and a call for presentations.

 

Further information including details about registration, price, etc., will be announced later in 2016, but please save the date.

 

Call for presentations:

We invite contributions on the following topics:

·            RDA implementation in non-Anglophone communities.

·            RDA and international standards, including the IFLA standards, CIDOC-CRM, terminologies, etc.

·            RDA applied to such resources as archival and rare materials and museum and other cultural heritage resources.

 

Submissions:

1.       The deadline for submitting a detailed abstract in English (400 words) and author details is 29 February 2016.  Selection of presentations is based on the abstract, and authors will be notified whether they have been successful by March 2016.

2.       The author can choose to deliver both a paper and a presentation or a presentation alone.  
Papers are due in early May 2016 and must be original submissions not presented or published elsewhere.   All papers presented must be available under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 license; authors of submitted papers have to sign IFLA’s Author Form which formalises this.  All papers presented will be made available in advance.

Presentations are due at August 1 and will be made available after August 11.

3.       Both an abstract and the full text paper should be submitted in a Word file by e-mail.  

4.       Each abstract will be reviewed by a programme committee appointed by the Standing committees of the Cataloguing Section and the Serials and Other Continuing Resources Section as well as the RDA Steering Committee.  The planning group reserves the right to ask applicants to make small adjustments to their papers to support the needs of the programme.

5.       Papers should be between 8 and 12 pages, double spaced, and include an abstract.

6.       Papers should be in one of the official IFLA languages:  Arabic, Chinese, English, French, German, Russian, or Spanish.

7.       Approximately 25 minutes will be allowed for presentations during the meeting, including questions.  A full written paper is not to be read. The presentation shall be made in an official IFLA language but the presenter does not need to be the author.

8.       The author(s) should include his/her personal full contact details and a brief biographical note of no more than 50 words when submitting the abstract as well as information about who will make the presentation and in which language.

9.       Please note that all expenses, including travel, accommodations, etc., are the responsibility of the authors/presenters.  No financial support can be provided by IFLA, but a special invitation can be issued to authors.

 

Please send your abstract by 29 February 2016 to:

Hanne Hørl Hansen:  hah-Vx9hEF3LyHQ@public.gmane.org

 

Hope to see you in Dublin, Ohio, USA, on 11 August 2016.

 

On behalf of the Programme Committee,

 

Hanne Hørl Hansen, Secretary, IFLA Cataloguing Section

 

 

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RIFAT BALI | 23 Jan 16:32 2016
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"arabic book fair in istanbul"

http://www.dailysabah.com/books/2016/01/22/istanbul-gets-ready-for-arabic-book-fair

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Riedlmayer, Andras J. | 23 Jan 14:00 2016
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[MELANET-L] Iran culture ministry bans the word ‘wine’ from books

New regulations have been placed on the publication of books in Iran

Iran has banned the use of the word "wine" as well as the names of "foreign animals" and “certain foreign presidents”.

The Islamic Republic’s Ministry of Culture and Islamic Guidance is imposing the ban to counter a “Western cultural onslaught”.

Mohammad Selgi, head of book publishing at the ministry, said: “When new books are registered with us, our staff first has to read them page by page to make sure whether they require any editorial changes in line with promoting the principles of the Islamic revolution, effectively confronting the Western cultural onslaught and censoring any insult against the prophets.

“Words like wine and the names of foreign animals and pets, as well as names of certain foreign presidents are also banned under the new restricting regulations.” […] He said: “We will not give the opportunity to keep the books on the market.”

Mr Selgi also said books that were published several years ago and still on the market will be re-evaluated for content that may be contrary to the law. [...]

*Read more at
http://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/middle-east/iran-bans-use-of-the-word-wine-and-foreign-animal-names-in-books-a6822461.html

  http://www.bbc.com/persian/arts/2016/01/160118_l51_wine_book_censorship

www.bbc.com
محمد سلگی، مدیر دفتر توسعه کتاب و کتابخوانی وزارت ارشاد ایران گفته است که بعضی کلمات اصلا نباید در هیچ کتابی بیایند، مانند کلمه شراب، حتی اگر در تقبیح شراب باشد.

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