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From the History of “Aljamiado” Literature in the Balkans: Abdulvehab Ilhamiya (1773–1821)
The paper is devoted to the life and work of a Bosnian writer and thinker Abdulvehab Ilhamiya Žepčevi who was one of most outstanding authors of South-Slavonic Aljamiado literature. Aljamiado works were written in Bosnian, Serbian and Croatian using Arabic script adapted to Slavonic languages (Arebi...
Galeni In Hippocratis Epidemiarum Librum I commentariorum I-III Arabica versio/Galen. Commentary on Hippocraté’Epidemics Book I
The present volume offers the first critical edition of Book 1 of the medieval Arabic translation of Galen's Commentary on the Hippocratic Epidemics, produced by the celebrated translator Hunayn ibn Ishāq (d. ca. 870). The edition is based on all extant Arabic textual witnesses, including the Arabic...
French critique and arabic novels
The notion of "difficulty" is not specific to language didactics, nevertheless it is omnipresent in the discourse on teaching learning. The objective of the present work is to delimit this notion, to find out to what it applies in the act of teaching learning, and to understand the place and the val...
4. Aharon Garish, Metsaḥ Aharon
A commentary on Deuteronomy, MS London Or. 10704 (Gaster Collection 930), fols. 97a–99b: Transcription Arabic Transcription Note Note Note Note Translation And his saying “lest there should be among you man, or woman, or family, or tribe, whose heart turneth away this day from the Lord” (Deut. 29.17...
24. A 19th-century Judaeo-Arabic folk narrative
The manuscript BnF Hébreu 583 (dated 1839 CE) contains, amongst other material, three Egyptian Judaeo-Arabic (JA) tales, depicting fictional events in the life of Abraham ibn ʿEzra (c. 1089–1167), the renowned Jewish biblical scholar and polymath. This edition focuses on the third of these tales, in...
Nominal and verbal determination under the prism of error: contrastive and didactic linguistic study of expression written in French by Syrian Arab students
This linguistic and didactic study is based on the comparison of the determinative system in written Arabic (AE) and spoken (AP) with French. Three arguments relating to the determinative system are used in this thesis in favour of the theory of progressive determination: continuity of determination...
Preaching and authority of imams in France
‘titrebRésumé’/titrebLes imams in France are perceived in two contradictory ways: risky social actors and authorities on decline. At the same time, two types of relationship to Islam coexist, be they Muslims born in France or first-time migrants. This study came from a survey carried out in France f...
In Speechless Ecstasy. Expression and Interpretation of Mystical Experience in Classical Syriac and Sufi Literature. Helsinki, Finnish Oriental Society, 2003, 341 p. (Studia Orientalia, 98)
comparative studies of religions are quite rare and often contested. This required a threefold jurisdiction: knowledge of Syriac and Eastern Christianity, knowledge of Arabic and tradition, and mastery of different approaches in religious science. A., not from an academic background, provides us wit...
The bombing of Algiers by the Danes in 1770, according to the Barbaresque Achieves: Arabic language and literature in Algeria of the 18th century
Images and fantasms in the Arabic novel
The aim of this study is to revisit the historical and ideological genesis of the ‘confrontation’ between the West and the East, which — despite its secularity- has crystallised since the shipment of Napoleon (1798-1801) by embracing the theme of authenticity, ‘the Moi’ and modernity. “the other”. I...
Multilingualism as a "non-lieu de mémoire" in the Bulgarian Literary space (XIX-XX)
For Pierre Nora, one can only speak of a lieu de mémoire if there is a prior intent to remember: "Without an intent to remember, lieux de memoire would be lieux d'histoire." The research that I have been conducting for three years on what I call the ignored languages of the Bulgarian literary space...
The nominal word combination with epithet of a nature: a fixed sequence?
other title: Syntax composition and lexical figing in French and Arabic: specific features and interferences, proceedings of the Caen workshop, September 2002. Works published under the leadership of Jacques François and Salah Mejri.ISBN: 2-84133-268-3. — 978-2-84133-268-7. Franco-Tunisian workshops...
The errance of Imrû’l-Qays: Arabic and Tuareg poetry
Through a legacy of colonisation, French studies of Berber language literature underestimate the Arab-Islamic influence on this literature. However, this influence is important. This is assessed here in a case study. National audience The half-legendary figure of the ancient Islamic poet Imrû’l-Qays...
Translating a work of digital literature into several languages: a case study
is a digital literature created online in 2010 (http://deprise.fr or http://lossofgrasp.com). This interactive narrative was gradually translated into English (2010), Italian (2011), Spanish (2013) and Portuguese (2016), and more recently into Arabic, Chinese, German, Hungarian, Polish and Russian (...
Khalfallah, Nejmedine, The semantic Theory of Abd Al-Qahir Al-Jurjani (M. 471/1078), Paris, L’Harmattan, 2014, 388p.
while Arabic grammar and criticism provided, until the 15th century, only some scattered elements on the production of the meaning, al-Jurjani, the founder of the Arab Rhétoric, develops a coherent and comprehensive theory of it. In two essential works, he breaks with the dichotomy fonds vs. forms,...
Hafid Zghouli is a PhD candidate and associate member of the research network “Re-Configurations. History, Remembrance and Transformation Processes in the Middle East and North Africa” at the Centre for Near and Middle Eastern Studies (CNMS), Philipps University of Marburg. He is currently writing a...
Dr. Ghulam MURSALEEN
Reader, Centre of West Asian Studies, Aligarh Muslim University, Aligarh, U.P Thème de recherche : Contribution of French Orientalists to Indo-Arabic Literature
2 Research Positions (1 PhD in Arabic Social Media, 1 Postdoc in Arabic Literature/Film), University of Oslo — LIMITE : 23/04/2015
Two 3-year research positions (1 PhD in Arabic Social Media, 1 postdoc in Arabic literature/film) are available at the University of Oslo, Dept. of Culture Studies and Oriental Languages, for the research project "In 2016". For details, see http://www.hf.uio.no/ikos/english/about/vacancies/ The dead...
Chapter II. The essential designation
The study of the main and recurrent designations will make it possible to define their scope and the way in which their arrangement defines the course of the character. The Arabic In the city of many days, the fiction testifies to the referent by the designations ‘Arabe’ and ‘Jewish’, marking the di...
Recruitment of an MCF in Arabic Language and Literature, Univ. Bordeaux
PROFIL OF POSTE Relevant training courses: Land-lea Arabic Licence Educational objectives and need for mentoring: Pedagogical objectives: language, literature and civilisation courses in the first, second and third years of bachelor’s degree: responsibility for language teaching in the first, second...
Ahmad Shawq (1868-1932): neo-classical Arabic poetry song
Comparative lexicology: Greek and Arabic ‘Peri tôn heptamhnôn brefôn’
The role of literature in learning the hurdle from the 19th century
This communication seeks to highlight the method of teaching the hurdle through literary texts. While the history of the hurricane can be traced in one of its old variants in the 11th century, his teaching may not have been taught until the 13th century, probably when the first writing known as Dehl...
Condemnation of passion
The work we are translating, entitled Damm al-hawâ, treats of a profane love as it is perceived by the anbalite preacher Abû l-Farağ b. al-Ğawzî (d. 597/1200). It is important to mention that Ibn al-Ğawzî is considered up to now as one of the greatest reference-leaders of certain “islamist” movement...
Intertextuality as the source of literary creation : an essay on the contemporary Arabic novel
In the field of contemporary Arabic literature, the theme of intertextuality as the source of novelistic literary creation possesses a double origin. On the one hand, the study of major contemporary Arabic novelists shows that they make use of prior narratives of essentially epic, historical and rel...