The Abou Naddara Collection - James Sanua's complete works (ICPSR doi:10.11588/data/10076)

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Citation

Title:

The Abou Naddara Collection - James Sanua's complete works

Identification Number:

doi:10.11588/data/10076

Distributor:

heiDATA

Date of Distribution:

2017-01-18

Version:

1

Bibliographic Citation:

Ettmueller, Eliane Ursula; Arnold, Matthias; Alisch, Johannes; Sassani, Nina; Kempf, Florian; Harder, Hans, 2017, "The Abou Naddara Collection - James Sanua's complete works", https://doi.org/10.11588/data/10076, heiDATA, V1

Study Description

Citation

Title:

The Abou Naddara Collection - James Sanua's complete works

Identification Number:

doi:10.11588/data/10076

Authoring Entity:

Ettmueller, Eliane Ursula (Cluster of excellence - Asia and Europe in a Global Context)

Arnold, Matthias (Cluster of excellence - Asia and Europe in a Global Context)

Alisch, Johannes (Cluster of excellence - Asia and Europe in a Global Context)

Sassani, Nina (Cluster of excellence - Asia and Europe in a Global Context)

Kempf, Florian (Cluster of excellence - Asia and Europe in a Global Context)

Harder, Hans (South Asia Institute (SAI))

Producer:

Ettmueller, Eliane Ursula

Arnold, Matthias

Alisch, Johannes

Sassani, Nina

Kempf, Florian

Cluster of Excellence "Asia and Europe in a Global Context" - Research Project B1, University of Heidelberg

Heidelberg Research Architecture, University of Heidelberg

Date of Production:

2011

Distributor:

heiDATA

Date of Distribution:

2017-01-18

Study Scope

Keywords:

Arts and Humanities, digitization, satire, James Sanua, Abou Naddara, satirical writings, Egypt, Open Access

Topic Classification:

Egypt--Politics and government--1882-1952, Political satire, Arabic--Egypt, Periodical

Abstract:

Access to James Sanua's journal publications and his extensive oeuvre has hitherto been difficult. Threfore, the journalistic and artistic material of the Paris-exiled egyptian nationalist has hardly received the degree of scholarly attention it actually deserves. Nevertheless, during the research-work for her Ph.D. dissertation "The Construction of a National-Self through the Definition of its Enemy in James Sanua's Early Satirical Writings" Eliane Ursula Ettmueller was able to collect James Sa nua's complete works and –even more importantly– the majority of the originals of his magazines. Mrs Eva Milhaud kindly gave her the permission to have Sanua's legacy digitized and to make it available to interested readers and researchers all over the world. However, as the newspaper-series of the period from August 1878 to December 1884 and of the ones published between 1908 and 1910 were not among the originals, Prof. Dr. Nagwa Anous made it possible for her to have the reprints scanned which were published by Dar Sader in Beirut in 1974. Publication records are provided in MODS XML and include the publication tiltle in Arabic, western transcription, and English or French translation (using the Translation on teh originals, if available), the date of each issue in Arabic and western notation, as well as issue number and number of pages. Scans were produced in tiff format at 300 ppi, 8bit.

Time Period:

1878-1910

Date of Collection:

2009-2011

Geographic Coverage:

Switzerland, Egypt

Geographic Unit(s):

Egypt

Kind of Data:

bibliographic records data; digitized historical journals; satire

Methodology and Processing

Other Study-Related Materials

Label:

naddara-data_git_2017-01-17_1940.zip

Text:

MODS files

Notes:

application/zip