Online Content: Middle Eastern Countries

East View is committed to delivering our current and prospective customers Middle Eastern content. East View's ability to source unique and powerful content from extraordinary places is why we exist and we have two decades of delivering on that passion. Please reflect on what kinds of resources you would like to see coming from the Middle East and email us with your ideas and comments.

Afghan Serials Collection: Partisan Titles from the Wahdat Library

In order to support scholarly research and greater understanding of Afghanistan, one can turn to Afghanistan’s press – the hundreds of newspapers and journals that play a key role by interfacing with and informing the Afghan people of critical national issues of political and social importance. East View Information Services, in a unique partnership with the Hoover Institution at Stanford University and the Wahdat Library in Kabul, has embarked on a comprehensive and long-term program to enable the digital discovery and delivery of key publications in all languages of the country: Dari, Pushto, English and more. Read more about the Afghan Serials Collection. Download this Excel file to view the title list.

Universal Database of Iranian Strategic Studies

Gain unique insight into the Middle East with East View’s Universal Database of Iranian Strategic Studies. This e-journal and e-book collection is from the Center for Scientific Research and Middle East Strategic Studies (CMESS), a think tank in Iran with focused studies and research on the various aspects of the Middle East. Download a flyer to learn more.

Cambridge Archive Editions - The Near & Middle East Collection

The Cambridge Archive Editions originated with the Near & Middle East collection. Britain has a rich history with Middle Eastern countries via its East India Company trade routes up through the Persian Gulf. The British archives have particularly deep veins of material on boundary formation, tribal relations, state development and political relations. Download a flyer to learn more. New publications are added. The newest set added to the database is the Records of the Kurds Territory, Revolt and Nationalism, 1831-1979.

Kotobarabia Arab Leaders, Historians and Philosophers (EB-KALHP)

With approximately 5,000 titles, the Kotobarabia Arab Leaders, Historians and Philosophers Collection includes never before seen works of many great Arab scientists and teachers. Access contributions covering a millennium of canonical Arab thought from nearly 1,000 important, highly valued Arab thinkers, philosophers, historians, politicians, and theologians. These works formed the crucible for Arab culture, religion, philosophy, and political thought today. Each e-book found in the collection is a faithful rendition of the physical title, all scanned from original editions. Download a flyer to learn more.

Kotobarabia Modern Arab Renaissance Collection (EB-KAMAR)

This is an electronic archive of bookspublished 1820-1914 from Egypt, Syria and the Islamic World. With over 3,000 titles, this collection covers humanistic, intellectual and scientific fields. Subject categories include philosophy and theology, literature, arts, history and politics, including writings from Mahmoud Abdo, Gamal El Din El Afgahany and Rashid Reda. Download a flyer to learn more.

Index to Hebrew Periodicals

A bibliographic indexing project covering articles from Hebrew periodicals, collections, and some monographs. IHP delivers content from 1977 in Hebrew, English, and other languages. With an interface in Hebrew and English, the database currently contains over 715,000 items. Download a flyer to find out more.

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