Minbar Ibn Rushd, 3rd issue winter 2002

Table of Contents Editorial Abier BushnaqGerman Ibn Rushd’s Contribution to the Improvement of Arab Women’s Right Dr. George TamerArabic Moslems in Secular state: From Civil Rights to Social Commitment Heiner BielefeldtArabic New Secularism in the Arab World Ghassan F. AbdullahEnglish Criticism of Civilisation in the Arabic Literature of the 19.th Century, Ahmad Faris ash-Shidyaq Abier […]

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Geographies of the Self: Text and Space in Anton Shammas’s Arabesques*

Christian Szyska After its publication Anton Shammas’s Galilean family saga Arabeskot set in motion intense debates among literary critics about the Jewishness of Hebrew literature. [1] The interest among the general public for this semi-autobiographical novel of an Arab Israeli has been accompanied by ongoing scholarly debate.[1] All critics are aware of the central importance […]

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