In Arab academic and publishing circles, there is much talk and at least some action to get more scholarly works translated into Arabic, and to get contemporary Arabic literature translated into other languages.
Opinion surveys in six Arab countries give insights into the roots of the “Arab awakening” and suggest it is unlikely to fade.
Shereen El Feki, an independent scholar, started out as an immunologist but has gone on to apply that science’s systematic approach to study sexuality in the Middle East.
An online database documents academic research produced in Arab countries about education.
Morocco is trying to use a national database to comprehensively track its education and national research system.
Despite the relatively large number of cooperation agreements between Tunisian universities and their Western counterparts, there are many challenges that prevent the full use of the agreements
[email protected], the Wharton School’s free online research and business-analysis journal, presents articles in both Arabic and English that focus on business trends, research, innovation and entrepreneurship relevant to Arabic-speaking countries.