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Middle Eastern and Islamic Studies

Emphasis on scholarly publications in the humanities and social sciences, and on materials in the three main vernacular languages of the Middle East: Arabic (50,000 volumes), Hebrew (19,000), and Persian (5,000), as well as ancient Greek, Kurdish, Ottoman



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