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    The third session of “A Corpus Not a Canon: A Workshop on the Library of Arabic Literature,” a panel series hosted by Dame Marina Warner and LAL General Editor Philip Kennedy at All Souls College, Oxford, in April, focused on “LAL’s importance to comparative literature and ways of reading.” Marina Warner led … ContinuedRead More

    Posted on June 29, 2015
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    The second session of “A Corpus Not a Canon: A Workshop on the Library of Arabic Literature,” a panel series hosted by Dame Marina Warner and LAL General Editor Philip Kennedy at All Souls College, Oxford, this April, focused on the different genres and modes of writing embraced by the LAL. On the panel … ContinuedRead More

    Posted on June 22, 2015
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    What follows is an overview of the first session of “A Corpus Not a Canon: A Workshop on the Library of Arabic Literature,” a panel series hosted by Dame Marina Warner and LAL General Editor Philip Kennedy at All Souls College, Oxford, this April. Accompanying professor Kennedy on the first panel were LAL board … ContinuedRead More

    Posted on June 15, 2015
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    In January, the Library of Arabic Literature inaugurated a new fellowship program offering full-year and semester fellowships to scholars and translators of Arabic. The fellowships reflect our strong commitment to building a worldwide community of translators and editors of Arabic texts. We are delighted to announce that our Fellows for … ContinuedRead More

    Posted on June 9, 2015