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Institutions anglo-saxonnes

Faculty of Oriental Studies (University of Oxford)

Oxford is one of the largest and most active university centres world-wide for the study of the Islamic world. Arabic has been taught at Oxford for more than 400 years and, since the middle of the last century, the university has steadily expanded its provision. Today, more than fifty members of staff research and teach all aspects of Muslim societies, past and present, including anthropology, art and architecture, archaeology, development studies and economics, history, (...)

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Centre of Islamic Studies (The School of Oriental and African Studies)

Director, Professor MAS Abdel Haleem
King Fahd Professor of Islamic Studies in the University of London
The Centre of Islamic Studies, SOAS was established in 1995, and aims to promote scholarship and research in all areas of Islamic Studies, past and present. The study of the Qur’an and Hadith from the Arabic texts, and the analysis and translation of Islamic texts from Arabic into English form the core activities of the Centre.
The Centre also deals with Islamic thought in (...)

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Department of Near Eastern Studies (Princeton University)

The Program in Near Eastern Studies provides students in any department of Princeton University the opportunity to study the languages, modern history, contemporary institutions, and problems of the Near East. Its purpose is to enhance a liberal education and to offer additional training for students who plan a career in that area. For this program, the Near East is defined as the entire Arab world plus the present-day states of Iran, Israel, and Turkey.
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