New projects use artificial intelligence to read Arabic publications of all kinds, opening up the possibility that local, print-only archives could be transformed into widely-available, searchable online resources.
In a pair of recently edited volumes, experts gauge the current status of higher education and call for improvements.
Publishers, authors and bookstore owners feel pressure as the government clamps down on books with political content.
At the Frankfurt Book Fair, Kenza Sefrioui gained insights on the problems faced worldwide by small publishing houses like hers.
Networks in Jordan and Saudi Arabia offer listeners programs that give voice to diverse views, discuss sensitive topics, or just go where the conversation flows.
Solomon, a nonprofit online publication, sees strength, not cause for fear, in diverse populations.
A committee of the country’s ministry of information has the power to ban books, in an affront to the country’s democratic principles.
Books by authors from the Maghreb show a generational shift in views on the school systems they experienced.
An exhibition in Rabat showcases publications whose mission was to gather and share the best thinking of its time, despite enormous challenges
The book suggests practical ways for teachers and school counselors to support and educate children who have experienced war, displacement and trauma.