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The Teaching and Learning of Arabic in Early Modern Europe / Edited by Jan Loop, Alastair Hamilton, Charles Burnett
EditorLoop, Jan ; Hamilton, Alastair ; Burnett, Charles
PublishedLeiden ; Boston : Brill, 2017
Description1 Online-Ressource (XII, 354 Seiten)
Document typeE-Book
KeywordsArabisch / Wissensvermittlung
The Teaching and Learning of Arabic in Early Modern Europe [3.57 mb]
Introduction / Jan Loop -- Arabic studies in the Netherlands and the prerequisite of social impact: a survey / Arnoud Vrolijk -- Learning Arabic in early-modern England / Mordechai Feingold -- Johann Zechendorff (1580-1662) and Arabic studies in Zwickau's Latin school / Asaph Ben-Tov -- Arabia in the light of the midnight sun: Arabic studies in Sweden: between Gustaf Peringer Lillieblad and Jonas Hallenber / Bernd Roling -- Sacred history sacred languages: the question of Arabic in early modern Spain / Mercedes Garcia-Arenal and Fernando Rodriguez Mediano -- The teaching and learning of Arabic in Salamanca in the early modern period / Nuria Martinez-de-Castilla-Munoz -- Teaching and learning Arabic in early modern Rome: shaping a missionary language / Aurelien Girard -- The Qur'an as chrestomathy in early modern Europe / Alastair Hamilton -- Arabic poetry as teaching material in early modern grammars and textbooks / Jan Loop -- Learning to write read and speak Arabic outside of early modern universities / Sonja Brentjes -- Learning Arabic in the overseas factories: the case of the English / Simon Mills -- Learning oriental languages in the Ottoman Empire: Johannes Heyman (1667-1737) between Izmir and Damascus / Maurits H. van den Boogert -- The life and hard times of Solomon Negri: an Arabic teacher in early modern Europe / John-Paul Ghobrial
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