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Arabic Grammar and Linguistics by Yasir Suleiman

PDF, EPUB, MOBI, TXT, DOC Arabic Grammar and Linguistics This book explores aspects of the Arabic Grammatical Tradition and Arabic Linguistics from both a theoretical and descriptive perspective It also touches on issues of relevance to other disciplines particularly Qur anic exegesis and jurisprudence The links between the fields of language and religion are historically strong in the Arabic and Islamic traditions as so much time and effort was spent by grammarians in interpreting the precise meanings of two of the main sources of Islamic jurisprudence the Quran and Hadith Prof Suleiman has assembled an international team of experts in this area and presents a thorough review of the sources and arguments The book will be of interest to all students researchers and teachers of Arabic Language and Culture

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Considering the communicative and symbolic roles of language in articulating national identity Yasir Suleiman provides a fresh perspective on nationalism in the Middle East The links between language and nationalism are delineated and he demonstrates how this has been articulated over the past two centuries br br Straddling the domains of cultural and political nationalism Suleiman examines the Arab past looking at the interpretation and reinvention of tradition and myth making the clash between Arab and Turkish cultural nationalism in the th and early th century readings of canonical treatises on the topic of Arab cultural nationalism the major ideological trends linking language to territorial nationalism and provides a research agenda for the study of language and nationalism in the Arab context br br This the first full scale study of this important topic and will be of interest to students of nationalism Arab and comparative politics Arabic Studies history cultural studies and sociolinguistics, This compelling study presents an original look at how the nation is represented in the literature of the Middle East It includes chapters on Egypt Sudan Lebanon Iraq Palestine and Israel drawing on the expertise of literary scholars historians political scientists and cultural theorists br The book offers a synthesising contribution to knowledge placing Arab literature within the context of emergent or conflicting nationalist projects in the area br The approaches taken by the authors range from textual and rhetorical analysis to historical accounts of the role of literature in contributing to national identity and political analysis of the use of literature as a tool in conflict resolution Genres covered include fiction the novel poetry and verbal duelling br This unique exploration of the subject of literature and the nation in the Arab world will be of interest to anyone studying Middle Eastern literature and nationalism as well as historians and political scientists br, This book explores aspects of the Arabic Grammatical Tradition and Arabic Linguistics from both a theoretical and descriptive perspective It also touches on issues of relevance to other disciplines particularly Qur anic exegesis and jurisprudence The links between the fields of language and religion are historically strong in the Arabic and Islamic traditions as so much time and effort was spent by grammarians in interpreting the precise meanings of two of the main sources of Islamic jurisprudence the Quran and Hadith Prof Suleiman has assembled an international team of experts in this area and presents a thorough review of the sources and arguments The book will be of interest to all students researchers and teachers of Arabic Language and Culture, The publication of this book honours Professor Carole Hillenbrand s outstanding achievements in and service to Islamic and Middle Eastern Scholarship br It gathers original research from a range of leading international scholars from the UK Europe and the USA whose chapters throw new light on a set of topics in medieval Islamic history Islamic doctrine and practice and the interaction between Islam and the modern world Seeking to present fresh evidence and engaging ways of looking at old and new material the authors contribute to a richer understanding of the interaction between historical events social trends religious practices and lived experiences in medieval Turkey and Central Asia Iran and the Arabic speaking lands The book also discusses how some of the most abiding themes in the Arab Islamic tradition continue to resonate in the modern world br The book features contributions from Julia Bray Edmund Bosworth Farhad Daftary Gerhard Endress Gary Leiser Remke Kruk Charles Melville A H Morton Ian Netton Andrew Newman A Kevin Reinhart and Yasir Suleiman br