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Encyclopédie Berbère Online
L’équipe de l'Encyclopédie berbère est heureuse de proposer, à travers ce site, un nouveau regard sur les 1283 notices qui la constituent actuellement.
Paru en 1984, le premier volume est le fruit d'un prototype, pensé dès 1970 par Gabriel Camps et son équipe. À cette époque, les grands axes de cet ambitieux projet éditorial étaient déjà programmés avec, pour objectif, l’idée de rassembler, de synthétiser et de répertorier un savoir sur le monde berbère jusque-là dispersé et fragmenté.
The Golhā ('Flowers of Persian Song and Music') comprise 1400 radio programs consisting of approximately 886 hours of programs broadcast over a period of 23 years - from 1956 through 1979.1 These programs are made up of literary commentary with the declamation of poetry, which is sung with musical accompaniment, interspersed with solo musical pieces. For the 23 years that these programs were broadcast, all the most eminent literary critics, famous radio announcers, singers, composers and musicians in Iran were invited to participate in them. The programs were not only exemplars of excellence in the sphere of music but highly ornate and refined examples of literary expression, making use of a repertoire of over two hundred classical and modern Persian poets, thus setting literary and musical standards that are still looked up to with admiration in Iran today and referred to as an encyclopedia of Persian music and poetry.
Universität Bonn: Translatio Digitization Project
The aim of the project is to make the very scattered source materials on – to a scientific high degree innovative and for numerous colleagues connectable theme “Translation. The cognitive acquisition of European key concepts in Asian and Middle Eastern societies (1860-1945)” in a first step digital and in one place accessible. Relevant sources from the Middle Eastern and Asian saddle period shall be digitised, exploited and put on the research platform for evaluation and further work from the period 1860-1945: periodicals, lexica, encyclopedias, political publications, remissions and Ego-documents. As periodicals are the basis of the developed public sphere of the aforementioned period, these periodicals form the most important and most extensive primary texts for a conceptual history.