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[MELANET-L] Does anyone have Sharḥ-i risālah-i z̲ahabīyah / taʼlīf-i Zayn al-Dīn ibn Ḥusayn Kalātī

Does anyone have this so they can tell me what it is about?  I just have the LC Islamabad copy and since I don’t know Persian I cant really tell what it is about from the copy.

 

LCCN 2013343052   OCLC 824686694

Princeton and LC are the only holdings in OCLC.

 

100  0  ʻAlī al-Riḍā ibn Mūsá, ‡d -818 or 819.

240 10 Risālah al-dhahabīyah. ‡l Persian

245 10 Sharḥ-i risālah-i z̲ahabīyah / ‡c taʼlīf-i Zayn al-Dīn ibn Ḥusayn Kalātī ; bih kūshish-i Yūsuf Bayg Bābāpūr, Ḥamīdah Ḥijāzī.

264   1 Qum : ‡b Majmaʻ-i Z̲akhāʼir-i Islāmī, ‡c 2012.

 

The cataloging with the 100/240 seems to indicate this is a Persian translation of ʻAlī al-Riḍā ibn Mūsá’s Risālah al-dhahabīyah.  The 520 says “Criticism and interpretation on "Risālah al-dhahabīyah" of Alī al-Riḍa ibn Musá, d. 818 or 19. Early works to 20th century on Arab Medicine and Hygiene.”

 

Is it a translation with some criticism?  Does the criticism predominate?  We are only doing limited cataloging on this, but I would like it to end up with the correct NLM classification and MESH.

 

Thanks to anyone in advance for any help.

 

Liz Plantz

National Library of Medicine

Bethesda, MD

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Dougherty, Robin | 18 Dec 16:36 2014
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FW: abu bakr al-baghdadi dissertation

Dear friends,

 

Can anybody help me with answering this query? (see below) Does anybody have a good, responsive contact from the Iraqi University?

 

Many thanks,

 

Robin

 

Roberta L. Dougherty

Librarian for Middle East Studies

Yale University Library

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From: Kraus, Sarah
Sent: Thursday, December 18, 2014 10:09 AM
To: Dougherty, Robin
Subject: abu bakr al-baghdadi dissertation

 

Roberta,

 

I am attempting to locate the dissertation of Abu Bakr Al-Baghdadi ak: Ibrahim awad  / Ibrahim al- badri.

 

I have contacted: the university: http://www.aliraqia.edu.iq/en/index.php/contact-us.html

 

But have yet to hear back – I have seen reports questioning that he actually graduated…

 

I am contacting you to see if 1.) you have any contacts that may be able to help or 2.) have any ideas on where else I should be looking

I have of course done a general google search and have checked with ProQuest

 

Any additional information you may be able to provide will be helpful,

Best regards,

Sarah Kraus

Lilian Goldman Law Library Faculty Services Assistant

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Ali Houissa | 16 Dec 19:50 2014
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Press-release for Partington Award, 2014

Middle East Librarians Association

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

 

 

PARTINGTON AWARD FOR 2014 ANNOUNCED

 

 

 

WASHINGTON, D.C., (21 Nov., 2014) – The Middle East Librarians Association (MELA) announced Dr. Christopher Murphy as the recipient of its 2014 David H. Partington Award, given annually in recognition of professional excellence, contributions to MELA, and accomplishments in the field of Middle East librarianship and scholarship. The award, generously sponsored by Dar Mahjar Inc, was presented at the 43rd annual meeting of MELA, held at the George Washington University in Washington, D.C. on 21 November.

 

Dr. Christopher Murphy has had a long and illustrious career at the Library of Congress which he first joined in 1985. Until 2007, he served as Turkish Area Specialist in the Near East Section of the African and Middle Eastern Division (AMED). There he was responsible for developing the collection in all formats concerning Turkey and Central Asia. In January of 2007, he was selected in a competitive process as head of AMED’s Near East Section.  As section head, he is responsible for overseeing the development of the collection in Arabic, Turkish, Persian and other languages.

 

He also supervises a staff of seven and is responsible for maintaining the quality of reference assistance given to Congress, federal agencies, scholars and the general public. A senior colleague at the Library of Congress attests that “All of these tasks he has accomplished extremely well and with great diligence.” His work has also given him opportunities to travel to Turkey, Egypt, Russia, Germany, Saudi Arabia, Morocco, Central Asia (including Uzbekistan and Xinxiang) and Sweden, where he acquired difficult to find materials for the Near East collections. He was and remains the AMED representative to the Middle East Librarians Association, and is a current member of the Board of Governors of the Institute of Turkish Studies (2010-2014). He was the past president of the Turkish Studies Association (1998-2000), President of the Middle East librarians Association 1992-1993, and MELA Vice President 1991-1992. He is, as the Library of Congress’ official representative to the Middle East Materials Project (MEMP), an ex officio member of their executive committee, and he was co-chair of the Standing Committee on Libraries of the Central Eurasian Studies Society.

 

Christopher Murphy is a scholar of the Near East. He earned a B.A. in Arabic and Near Eastern Studies at the University of Washington at Seattle in 1972, and in 1974 he received an M.A. in Turkic Languages and Literature. In 1980, he completed his doctorate in Turkic Languages and Literature, and wrote his dissertation on the historical novels of Abdullah Qadiriy and their connection to earlier Uzbek narrative literature. He received both a Fulbright Fellowship to conduct dissertation research and a post-doctoral award from the Institute of Turkish Studies to conduct research on sixteenth century Ottoman poetry. When he completed his doctorate, Chris Murphy joined the University of Washington Library as a Library Specialist and Assistant Near East Bibliographer until 1985.

 

Originally Murphy’s scholarly interests focused on Uzbek, Chagatay and Ottoman Turkish literature; but currently he has been working on the Islamic manuscripts of the Near East collection at the Library, as well as on early printed books, and is the Library’s resident expert on both. Most recently he published an article entitled “New Books for New People” in Comparative Studies of South Asia, Africa and the Middle East; which is an examination of several Central Asian and Crimean Tatar children’s books from the 1920’s and 1930’s. He also published “Abdulla Qadiriy and the Bosheviks” presented at Columbia University’s “Symposium on the Literature of the Newly Independent Central Asian States.”  Subsequently this paper was turned into an article which appeared in Central Asian Muslims, edited by Joann Gross. Murphy’s translation of Ottoman documents on printed works and the printing press in The Book in the Islamic World, SUNY Press, 1995, was very important in that it contributed to a better understanding of the field. His article on “The Physical Examination of Early Ottoman Printed Books, What Can that Tell Us” in the Journal of Turkish Studies, Harvard, 2000 was an important addition to the literature on the subject. Murphy has also been instrumental in creating two Library of Congress websites, Islamic Manuscripts from Mali and Examples of Arabic, Persian and Ottoman Turkish Calligraphy.

 

It is in recognition of his achievements and steadfast commitment as a scholar and a leader in the field of librarianship that Dr. Christopher Murphy has been chosen to receive this David H. Partington Award. 

 

Ali Houissa

D.H. Partington Award Committee Chair, 2014

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Dominique Akhoun-Schwarb | 16 Dec 17:28 2014
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Arabic manuscript and Oriental studies: Symposium on the occasion of the 200th birthday of Johann Gottfried Wetzstein (Berlin, February 2015).

Dear All,

Please see the forwarded information about this symposium below.

Best wishes,
 

Dominique Akhoun-Schwarb, SOAS, University of London, UK
MELCom International, Secretary

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Arabic manuscript and Oriental studies: Symposium on the occasion of the 200th birthday of Johann Gottfried Wetzstein.


The international symposium “Studies on Johann Gottfried Wetzstein (1815-1905): Manuscripts, Politics and Oriental Studies” will be held at Staatsbibliothek zu Berlin from 19th to 21st February 2015. (Venue: Potsdamer Strasse 33, 10785 Berlin)


The symposium will be inaugurated Thursday, 19th February 2015, 6:00 PM with a keynote lecture by François Déroche (Paris): “The Qur'anic collections acquired by Wetzstein”; and a musical-literary program by Claudia Ott and her ensemble. Furthermore, some original documents and manuscripts related to Wetzstein will be exhibited at the opening.


 If you plan to attend the conference, please register before 31st January at the secretary of the Oriental Department, Mrs. Muenchow, orientabt-wVvpa+GRo0NMYopoZt5u/LNAH6kLmebB@public.gmane.org.


 The symposium is generously supported by the Fritz Thyssen-Stiftung and the Verein der Freunde der Staatsbibliothek e.V.; and is organized in cooperation with the Oriental Institute of Leipzig University.


 Here is the list of contributions in alphabetical order:


 Ibrahim Akel (Paris), Wetzstein in Arabic sources and remarks on some manuscripts from his collections

Kaoukab Chebaro and Samar El Mikati El Kaissi (Beirut), Manuscript ownership and readership at the American University of Beirut at the turn of the 20th century

Alba Fedeli (Cambridge), Tischendorf and the Mingana Collection: Manuscript acquisition and Qur’ānic Studies

Ludmilla Hanisch (Berlin), Semitic studies at the University of Berlin during Wetzstein’s lifetime.

Michaela Hoffmann-Ruf (Bonn), The Wetzstein collection at Tuebingen University Library – its history, its content and its reception in Oriental Studies

Ingeborg Huhn (Berlin), Some remarks concerning the official correspondence of Johann Gottfried Wetzstein

Robert Irwin (London), The Arabist and Consul in Damascus Sir Richard Burton and the problematic nature of his translation of The Thousand and One Nights

Hars S. Kurio (Raisdorf/Berlin), On Wetzstein’s draft of a translation of the Quran

Boris Liebrenz (Leipzig), Wetzstein as a broker of Arabic prints in Syria

Michael Marx (Berlin), Codex “Wetzstein II 1913” and the textual history of the Qur'an

Claudia Ott (Beedenbostel), Wetzstein and the Manuscripts of Arabian Epics

Christoph Rauch (Berlin), Orientalists at the Royal Library in Berlin and the big Islamic cataloguing projects of the 19th century

Helga Rebhan (München), Collecting Islamic manuscripts at the Munich Court Library in the 19th century

Walid Salih (Toronto), The Fantastic literature in medieval Islam: “Wetzstein II 1173” Kitāb al-ʿazamah as an example

Anke Scharrahs (Dresden), Living in mid-19th century Damascus – insights into lifestyle of foreigners and locals in Damascus‘ Old City

Florian Schwarz (Wien), The circle around Ibrahim al-Kurani in Medina and its Syrian connections

Pavel Teptyuk (St. Petersburg), Maqāmāt by Muḥammad al-Qawwās (Manuscripts at Berlin, Saint-Petersburg and Cambridge collections)

Jan Just Witkam (Leiden), Wetzstein's manuscripts with popular stories


The detailed schedule will be published in January 2015.

 

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Head of the Oriental Department
Staatsbibliothek zu Berlin - Preußischer Kulturbesitz -
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Evyn Kropf | 15 Dec 22:22 2014
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Fwd: Friends of the Princeton University Library Research Grant Program

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Friends of the Princeton University Library Research Grant Program

Each year, the Friends of the Princeton University Library offer short-term Library Research Grants to promote scholarly use of the library’s research collections. Up to $3,500 is available per award.

Applications will be considered for scholarly use of archives, manuscripts, rare books, and other rare and unique holdings of the Department of Rare Books and Special Collections, including Mudd Library; as well as rare books in Marquand Library of Art and Archaeology, and in the East Asian Library (Gest Collection).  Special grants are awarded in several areas:  the Program in Hellenic Studies supports a limited number of library fellowships in Hellenic studies, and the Cotsen Children’s Library supports research in its collection on aspects of children’s books. The Maxwell Fund supports research on materials dealing with Portuguese-speaking cultures. The Sid Lapidus '59 Research Fund for Studies of the Age of Revolution and the Enlightenment in the Atlantic World covers work using materials pertinent to this topic.

For more information, or to apply, please go to http://www.princeton.edu/rbsc/fellowships/f_ships.html

The deadline to apply is January 15, 2015.

 

Linda Oliveira

Library Secretary Specialist

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Princeton University Library

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Dougherty, Robin | 15 Dec 20:43 2014
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Lebanese Mexican title: al-Ghirbal/Gurbal

Dear friends,

 

An Alert Reader has passed along to me the information that this periodical has an online archive: http://www.centrolibanes.org.mx/Al-Gurbal/inicio.html

 

Those of you with holdings for this title might like to add this information to your records.

 

Best,

 

Robin

 

Roberta L. Dougherty

Librarian for Middle East Studies

Yale University Library

P.O. Box 208240
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Courier Address:

Roberta L. Dougherty

Librarian for Middle East Studies

Yale University Library

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New Haven, CT 06520-8240

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Ibrahim Farah | 12 Dec 09:17 2014

The prophet first edition

Dear All,

A gentlemen is asking how he can buy the first edition of “The Prophet” By Gibran Khalil Gibran published in 1926 by Alfred Knopf. He wants to give it to a dying man as his last wish.

 

Best,

 

Ibrahim F. Farah, M.L.I.S

Lecturer/Public Services Librarian

University of Balamand

Faculty of Library and Information Studies

Issam Fares Library Learning Center

Amyoun, 33 (Lebanon)

Tel. 06 931 958 , 931962 Ext. 4142

  Like “UOB Libraries” on Facebook for updates and notifications!

 

 

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Evyn Kropf | 10 Dec 16:26 2014
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Fwd: H-Islamart: Workshop - Panel Discussion on Protecting Iraqi Cultural Heritage in Times of War

fyi, with apologies for duplication 

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Workshop - Panel Discussion on Protecting Iraqi Cultural Heritage in Times of War

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Panel Discussion on Protecting Iraqi Cultural Heritage in Times of War

Middle East Studies at the University of Maryland, in conjunction with the History Department and The American Academic Research Institute in Iraq (TAARII), is organizing a Panel Discussion on:

"Protecting Iraqi Cultural Heritage in Times of War: Past and Present Challenges" on Thursday, December 11, 2014, 4:30-6:30 pm in FSK 0106, University of Maryland, College Park.
 
Panelists will be: Mary-Jane Deeb, the Chief of the African and Middle Eastern Division at the Library of Congress; McGuire Gibson, Professor of Mesopotamian Archaeology, Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago; Abdulamir Hamdani, director of the office of antiquities and heritage in Iraq's Dhi Qar province from 2003 to 2010; Dina Herbert, librarian for the Iraqi Jewish Archive project at the National Archives and Records Administration in Washington, DC; and Jessica S. Johnson, Head of Conservation for the Museum Conservation Institute of the Smithsonian Institution.
 
[For parking, please locate Mowatt Lane Parking Garage (metered spaces) on the following map: http://maps.umd.edu/map/]

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RIFAT BALI | 9 Dec 15:35 2014
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correction - sorry for the typo - new book of Orhan Pamuk

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RIFAT BALI | 9 Dec 15:30 2014
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new book by Orhan Kemal

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Latifa Baali | 9 Dec 06:32 2014
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I need help in locating a book

Hello everyone,

I hope someone can help me locate a book which was requested by one of our faculty at American University of Sharjah.

Title: إطلالة على الماضي: مذكرات معماري مجهول

Author: علي نوري حسن

Please see attached file for more info. I searched WorldCat, Arab Union Catalog, Google in vain. 

I would really appreciate if someone can provide me with information about any library that may have a copy.

Thank you very much .

Best regards,

Latifa Baali 

Public Services/ Arabic and Translation Studies Librarian
American University of Sahrjah

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