4 edition of Arabic Studies in the Netherlands (Publications of the Netherlands Institute of Archaeology & Arabic Studies in Cairo) found in the catalog.
Arabic Studies in the Netherlands (Publications of the Netherlands Institute of Archaeology & Arabic Studies in Cairo)
by Brill Academic Publishers
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||55|
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This book features a series of informative portraits of the academic luminaries in Arabic studies in the Netherlands, from early pioneers like Franciscus Raphelengius and Josephus Justus Scaliger to Leiden’s first professor of Arabic, Thomas Erpenius, to later legends like al-Andalus scholar Reinhart Dozy, Makkah pilgrim Snouck Hurgronje and Arent Jan Wensinck, editor-in-chief of the Cited by: 1.
Series: Publications of the Netherlands Institute of Archaeology and Arabic studies in Cairo ; Arabic Studies in the Netherlands book. 3 Paperback: 55 pages Publisher: Brill Academic Pub (August 1, )Cited by: 5. Arabic Studies in the Netherlands A Short History in Portraits, – Authors: Arnoud Vrolijk and Richard van Leeuwen Arabic is the only living language to have been taught in Dutch higher education for more than four by: 1.
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Authors: Arnoud Vrolijk Arabic Studies in the Netherlands A. Arabic Studies in the Netherlands by Arnoud Vrolijk and Richard van Leeuwen portrays the lives and careers of the most distinguished Arabists from the Netherlands Reviews: 1. Arabic Studies in the Netherlands: A Short History in Portraits, by Leeuwen, Richard, Vrolijk, Arnoud.
Brill Academic Publishers, Hardcover. This book is part of the University of Leiden’s recent celebration of years of Arabic studies in the Netherlands—a wide-ranging cultural program supported in part by Saudi Aramco. Odd as it might seem, Arabic is the only living language to have been taught in Dutch universities for a period of more than four centuries.
With more than colour illustrations from the Leiden Oriental collections, Arabic Studies in the Netherlands. A Short History in Portraits, by Arnoud Vrolijk and Richard van Leeuwen will help the reader to gain insight into a fascinating aspect of Dutch intellectual history.
The Book of Noble CharacterAuthor: Arnoud Vrolijk, Richard van Leeuwen. With more than colour illustrations from the Leiden Oriental collections, Arabic Studies in the Netherlands.
A Short History in Portraits, by Arnoud Vrolijk and Richard van Leeuwen will help the reader to gain insight into a fascinating aspect of Dutch intellectual history. He also publishes regularly on the Leiden collections and the history of Oriental scholarship in the Netherlands.
Richard van Leeuwen, Ph.D. (), University of Amsterdam, is lecturer in Islamic Studies at that university. He has published extensively on the history of the Middle East, Arabic literature, and Islam in the modern : Arnoud Vrolijk.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: In English and Arabic. Description: 55,  leaves of plates, 59 pages: illustrations ; 24 cm. English and Arabic. Description: pages, 16 pages of photographs: illustrations ; 25 cm.
Series Title: Publications of the Netherlands Institute of Archaeology and Arabic Studies in Cairo, 3. Other Titles: Dirāsāt al-ʻArabīyah fī Hūlandā: Responsibility: by J. Brugman and F.
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