Kennen Sie schon … das AlSharekh Archive?

Screenshot der Zeitschriften-Cover-Leiste des Al-Sharekh Archive ( (Stand 22.8.2922)

Das AlSharekh Archive bietet den Zugriff auf über 250 ara­bis­che Lit­er­aturzeitschriften aus einen Zeitraum von der frühen ara­bis­chen Renais­sance (an-Nah­da) in der Mitte des 19. Jahrhun­derts bis zum Ende des ein­undzwanzig­sten Jahrhun­derts:

AlSharekh Archives is one of the most dis­tin­guished Ara­bic dig­i­ti­za­tion ini­tia­tives. It is the first and only one to focus on the con­tent of lit­er­ary jour­nals pro­vid­ing online access to the con­tent of 228 Ara­bic lit­er­ary jour­nals, from 23 Arab coun­tries, dat­ing from the ear­ly Arab renais­sance (al Nah­da) in the mid-nine­teenth cen­tu­ry to the end of the twen­ty-first cen­tu­ry.

Among the jour­nals are Arab renais­sance jour­nals such as Al-Muq­tataf, Al-Muqtabas, Al-Hilal, Al-Adib, Al-Ustadh, Al-Mashriq, Al-Jamaa and oth­ers. Authors of the jour­nal arti­cles include promi­nent Arab writ­ers such as Ger­ji Zidan, Taha Hus­sein, Yaqub Sar­rouf, Hafez Ibrahim, Albert Adeeb and many oth­ers.

The AlSharekh Archives’ site is very easy to use and nav­i­gate. Users can browse the jour­nal issues or search the meta­da­ta index­es of the arti­cles. Jour­nal arti­cles are viewed as images and have not been con­vert­ed into dig­i­tal texts because of dif­fi­cul­ties in Ara­bic OCR.

Pro­ce­dures to pro­tect copy­right are men­tioned in the pre­am­ble on the first page of the Archives web­site. It should be not­ed that many jour­nals in the Archives are out­dat­ed and not sub­ject to intel­lec­tu­al prop­er­ty law.

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