Publications

The NVIC has published a series of scholarly publications in Arabic and several European languages.

New Publications

  • de Jong R ., Northern Sinai: Identifying the transitional area between Bedouin and sedentary Arabic dialects using methods of multi-dimensional scaling, in: Barysevich, D'Arcy A., Heap D. (eds.), Proceedings of Methods XIV. Papers from the Fourteenth International Conference on Methods in Dialectology , 2011 (Frankfurt Am Main, 2014).

Publications

  • Qasim al-Samarrai (ed.), Ibn al-'Imrani: al-inba' fi ta'rikh al-khulafa (Leiden, 1973).
  • Leemhuis F., The D and H Stems in Koranic Arabic: a comparative study of the function and meaning of the fa"ala and 'af'ala forms in Koranic usage (Leiden, 1977).

  • Brugman J., Schroder F., Arabic Studies in the Netherlands (Leiden, 1979).

  • Peters R. (ed.), Proceedings of the ninth Congress of the Union Europeenne des Arabisants et Islamisants, Amsterdam, 1st to 7th September 1978 (Leiden, 1981).

  • Brouwer C.G., Kaplanian A., Early seventeenth-century Yemen: Dutch documents relating to the economic history of Southern Arabia, 1614-1630 (Leiden, 1988).

  • Dobrowolska A., Dobrowolski J., The Sultan's Fountain. An Imperial Story of Cairo, Istanbul and Amsterdam (Cairo, 2011).

  • Duistermaat K., Regulski I. (eds.), Intercultural Contacts in the Ancient Mediterranean. Proceedings of the International Conference at the Netherlands-Flemish Institute in Cairo, 25th to 29th October 2008: OLA 202 (Leuven, 2011). 

  • Dorpmueller S. (ed.), Fictionalizing the Past: Historical Characters in Arabic Popular Epic. Workshop held at the Netherlands-Flemish Institute in Cairo, 28th-29th of November 2007 in Honor of Remke Kruk: OLA 206 (Leuven, 2012).  
      
  • Regulski I., Duistermaat K., Verkinderen P. (eds.), Seals and Sealing Practices in the Near East. Developments in Administration and Magic from Prehistory to the Islamic Period. Proceedings of an International Workshop at the Netherlands-Flemish Institute in Cairo on December 2-3, 2009: OLA 219 (Leuven, 2012).

  • Barnard H., Duistermaat K. (eds.), The History of the Peoples of the Eastern Desert (Los Angeles, 2012).

    This book, or seperate chapters of it, can be purchased as a PDF eBook.

  • Holes C., de Jong R. (eds.), Ingham of Arabia. A Collection of Articles presented as a Tribute to the Career of Brunce Ingham (Leiden, 2013).

NVIC Publications for sale

  • A. Vrolijk, Bringing a laugh to a scowling face: a study and critical edition of the “Nuzhat al-nufus wa-mudhik al-‘abus” by ‘Ali Ibn Sudun al-Bašbugawi (Cairo 810/1407 - Damascus 868/1464). Leiden: Research School CNWS, 1998. (CNWS Publications; 70. Contributions by the Nederlands/Vlaams Instituut in Cairo; 1)
    LE 110
  • O. E. Kaper (ed.), Life on the Fringe: Living in the Southern Egyptian Deserts during the Roman and early-Byzantine Periods. Proceedings of a Colloquium held on the Occasion of the 25th Anniversary of the Netherlands Institute for Archaeology and Arabic Studies in Cairo, 9-12 December 1996. Leiden: Research School CNWS, 1998. (CNWS Publications; 71. Contributions by the Nederlands/Vlaams Instituut in Cairo; 2)
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  • W.Z. Wendrich; H. Barnard; R.M. Bridgman, Report of the Baynun Mapping Project, Yemen, 1998. Leiden: Research School CNWS, 1999. (CNWS Publications; 80. Contributions by the Nederlands/Vlaams Instituut in Cairo; 3)
    LE 75
  • E. Zayat & M. Immerzeel (ed.), Documentation and Conservation of Art in Syria. Papers of the Workshop held at Damascus University, 16-19 December 1996. Leiden: Research School CNWS, 2000. (CNWS Publications; 88. Contributions by the Nederlands/Vlaams Instituut in Cairo; 4)
    LE 95
  • W.Z. Wendrich; G. van der Kooij (eds.), Moving Matters. Ethnoarchaeology in the Near East. Proceedings of the international seminar held at Cairo, 7-10 December 1998. Leiden: Research School of Asian, African, and Amerindian Studies (CNWS), University Leiden, 2002. (CNWS Publications; 111. Contributions by the Nederlands/Vlaams Instituut in Cairo; 5)
    LE 125
  • C. Ott , Metamorphosen des Epos. Die Sirat al-mugahidin (Sirat al-amira Dat al-Himma) zwischen Mündlichkeit und Schriftlichkeit. . Leiden: Research School of Asian, African, and Amerindian Studies (CNWS), 2003. (CNWS Publications; 119. Contributions by the Nederlands/Vlaams Instituut in Cairo; 6) LE 275

Series in cooperation with DAR SHUHDY (Cairo)

  • Arabic translation of: R. Peters, Islam and Colonialism: The doctrine of Jihad in modern history.

  • id. of: P.M. Kurpershoek, The Short Stories of Yusuf Idris: a modern Egyptian author (Leiden, 1981).

  • A. 'Abdallah (ed.), ta'rikh misr bayn al-manhadj al-'ilmi wa-al-sira' al-hizbi (Cairo, 1988).

  • Arabic translation of: R. Meijer, Contemporary Egyptian Historiography of the Period 1936-1952: a study of its scientific and political character (Amsterdam, 1985).

  • H. Hondelink (ed.), Coptic Art and Culture (Cairo, 1990).

  • Arabic translation of H. Hondelink (ed.), Coptic Art and Culture (Cairo, 1991).

Miscellaneous publications of the NIAASC

  • J.D. Kila/J.L. Stuyfzand, Museum Lighting in Egypt: a course given in June 1994 (Cairo, 1994).

Research School CNWS

A series of publications has appeared between 1998 and 2003 as a sub-series of the publications of the Research School CNWS at Leiden University:

  • Arnoud Vrolijk, Bringing a Laugh to a Scowling Face: A Study and Critical Edition of the "Nuzhat al-nufus wa-mudhik al-'abus", by 'Ali Ibn Sudun al-Basbugari (Cairo 810/1407-Damascus 868/1464), Contributions by the NVIC Vol. 1 (Leiden 1998)/CNWS Publications 70.

  • Olaf E. Kaper (ed.) Life on the Fringe: Living in the Southern Egyptian Deserts during the Roman and early-Byzantine Periods. Proceedings of a Colloquium Held on the Occasion of the 25th Anniversary of the Netherlands Institute for Archaeology and Arabic Studies in Cairo, 9-12 December 1996, Contributions by the NVIC, Vol. 2 (Leiden 1998)/CNWS Publications 71.

  • W.Z. Wendrich/H. Barnard/R.M. Bridgman, Report of the Baynun Mapping Project, Contributions by the NVIC, Vol. 3 (Leiden 1999)/CNWS Publications 80.

  • E. Zayat/M. Immerzeel (eds), Documentation and Conservation of Art in Syria: Papers of the Workshop held at Damascus University, 16-19 December 1996, Contributions by the NVIC, Vol. 4 (Leiden 2000)/CNWS Publications 88.

  • W. Wendrich/G. van der Kooij (eds), Moving Matters: Ethnoarchaeology in the Near East, Proceedings of the International Seminar held at Cairo, 7-10 december 1998, Contributions by the NVIC, Vol. 5 (Leiden 2002)/CNWS Publications 111.

  • C. Ott, Metamorphosen des Epos: Sirat al-Mugahidin (Sirat al-Amira Dat al-Himma) zwischen Muendlichkeit und Schriftlichkeit, Contributions by the NVIC, Vol. 6 (Leiden 2003)/CNWS Publications 119.

 
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