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📒Museums In Arabia ✍ Karen Exell
✏Museums in Arabia Book Summary : Museum activity has, in recent years, undergone major and rapid development in the Arabian Peninsula, with the regeneration of existing museums as well as the establishment of new ones. Alongside such rapid expansion, questions are inevitably raised as to the new challenges museums face in this region and whether the museum, as a central focus of heritage preservation, also runs the risk of overshadowing local forms of heritage performance and preservation. With contributions from leading academics from a range of disciplines and heritage practitioners with first-hand experience of working in the region, this volume addresses the issues and challenges facing museums in Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Yemen and the UAE. It focuses on the themes of politics, public engagement and the possibility of a new museum paradigm which might appropriately reflect the interests and culture of the region. The interdisciplinary approaches analyse museum development from both an inside and outside perspective, suggesting that museums do not follow a uniform trajectory across the region, but are embedded within each states’ socio-cultural context, individual government agendas and political realities. Including case study analysis, which brings the more marginal nations into the debates, as well as new empirical data and critical evaluation of the role of the museum in the Arabian Peninsula societies, this book adds fresh perspectives to the study of Gulf heritage and museology. It will appeal to regional and international practitioners and academics across the disciplines of museum studies, cultural studies, and anthropology as well as to anyone with an interest in the Gulf and Middle East.
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📒Modernity And The Museum In The Arabian Peninsula ✍ Karen Exell
✏Modernity and the Museum in the Arabian Peninsula Book Summary : Modernity and the Museum in the Arabian Peninsula is dedicated to the recent and rapid high-profile development of museums in the Arabian Peninsula, focusing on the a number of the Arabian Peninsula states: Bahrain, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar and theUAE. These Gulf states are dynamically involved in the establishment of museums to preserve and , represent their distinct national culture and heritage, as well as engaging in the regional and global art worlds through the construction of state-of-the-art art museums. Alongside such developments is a rich world of collection and displaying material culture in homes and private museums that is little known to the outside world. Museum Studies literature has struggled to keep pace with such developments and Modernity and the Museum in the Arabian Peninsula is the first book to coherently present: a contemporary overview of the ever-evolving landscape of museums and related heritage projects in the Arabian Peninsula a critical evaluation of the nature of these museum projects within the political and cultural conditions in the Arabian Peninsula suggestions for productive ways forward for museum developments in the Arabian Peninsula Museums Studies students and museum professionals now have a book that fills an important gap in the picture of the museum worldwide. Contextualising this study in the history and politics of the region, from a scholar working within the region, this in-depth overview and critical analysis of museums in the Arabian Peninsula stands alone as an entry into this important topic.
📒Roads Of Arabia ✍ Souraya Noujaim
✏Roads of Arabia Book Summary : This catalogue, which accompanies the exhibition “Roads of Arabia: Archaeological Treasures of Saudi Arabia”, presents a historical journey through the trade routes, incense roads and pilgrimage paths of the Arabian Gulf. Following the major themes of the exhibition and highlighting its masterpieces, the book introduces a variety of cultures that inhabited these lands through their statues, funerary monuments, grave goods and daily use objects. Beginning with artifacts from the earliest human settlements to prehistoric times, continuing through to the dawn of Islam and precious religious objects and finally exploring the Middle Ages and the modern period with maps and photographs, the catalogue illustrates the essential connections and networks that the Gulf has always maintained with surrounding regions and civilizations.
📒Museums In Saudi Arabi ✍ LLC Books
✏Museums in Saudi Arabi Book Summary : Chapters: History Museums in Saudi Arabia, Railway Museums in Saudi Arabia, Mada'in Saleh, Nasseef House, National Museum of Saudi Arabia, Masmak Fort, Royal Saudi Air Force Museum, Hejaz Railway Museum, Jeddah Regional Museum of Archaeology and Ethnography, Shadda Palace. Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 37. Not illustrated. Free updates online. Purchase includes a free trial membership in the publisher's book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge. Excerpt: Nasseef House or Nassif House (Arabic: Bayt Nasseef) is a historical structure in Al-Balad, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. As of 2009 it is a museum and cultural center which has special exhibits and lectures given by history scientists. The construction of Nasseef House on old Jeddah's main street, Suq al-Alawi, began in 1872 and it was finished by 1881 for Omar Nasseef Efendi, member of a wealthy merchant family and, governor of Jeddah at the time. When Abdulaziz Ibn Saud entered the city in December 1925, after the siege of Jeddah, he stayed in the Bayt Nasseef. During his early stays in the city he used it as royal residence and received guests here. John R. Bradley, author of Saudi Arabia Exposed: Inside a Kingdom in Crisis, described the Nasseef House as "kind of social salon" in the 1920s, as consuls and merchants gathered there. The house belonged to the Nasseef family until 1975, when Muhammad Nasseef turned it into a private library that eventually accumulated 16,000 books, which could be read by anyone visiting him. Today these books belong to the central library of King Abdulaziz University. Nasseef house has 106 rooms and the art work some of the rooms contain is admirable. Besides works on wood, others on tiles can be seen as well as Arabic calligraphy. The design style is said to be Turkish. This rather describes more the period during which it was build than relationship to designs popular in the Ottoman cultural centers at this time s...More: http://booksllc.net/?id=10250568
📒Education In Saudi Arabia ✍ Source Wikipedia
✏Education in Saudi Arabia Book Summary : Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 85. Chapters: Education in Jeddah, Education in Riyadh, Museums in Saudi Arabia, Saudi Arabian academics, Schools in Saudi Arabia, Universities and colleges in Saudi Arabia, King Abdulaziz University, King Saud University, King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals, Dhahran Ahliyyah School, Muna AbuSulayman, Sulaiman Al Rajhi Colleges., King Abdullah University of Science and Technology, Alfaisal University, Prince Mohammad University, Pakistan International School, Riyadh, Prince Mohammad bin Fahd University, International rankings of Saudi Arabia, Yanbu International School, List of universities and colleges in Saudi Arabia, History of King Saud University, Pakistan International School Jeddah, Haafidh ibn Ahmed 'Alee al-Hakamee, Riyadh College of Technology, International Indian School Jeddah, Pakistan International School, Al-Khobar, Nasseef House, King Fahad Security College, College Preparatory Center, Al Baha University, Arab Open University, Yanbu Industrial College, Qassim University, King Faisal University, Dar Al-Hekma College, Jubail Academy International School, Abdulrahman al-Ansary, King Khalid University, Imam Muhammad ibn Saud Islamic University, 'Abdullaah bin Muhammad Al-Qar'aawee, Umm al-Qura University, Bangladesh International School, English Section, Riyadh, ISG Dammam, ISG-Abqaiq, Yanbu University College, British International School of Jeddah, Al Tawhid International School, Royal Saudi Air Force Museum, Effat University, Masmak fort, Islamic University of Madinah, Saudi-Arabian textbook controversy, Mai Yamani, International Schools Group, American International School - Riyadh, Madawi Al-Rasheed, New Middle East International School, Riyadh, Ali Abdullah Al-Daffa, Bangladesh International School, Dammam, Abdel Aziz Khoja, Prince Sultan Aviation Academy, Dar Al Uloom University, Taibah...
📒Wow ✍ Toni Wood
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📒The Archaeology Of The Arabian Gulf ✍ Michael Rice
✏The Archaeology of the Arabian Gulf Book Summary : The archaeological remains in the Gulf area are astounding, and still relatively unexplored. Michael Rice has produced the first up-to-date book, which encompasses all the recent work in the area. He shows that the Gulf has been a major channel of commerce for millenia, and that its ancient culture was rich and complex, to be counted with its great contempororaries in Sumer, Egypt and south-west Persia.
📒The Classical Museum ✍ Leonhard Schmitz
✏The Classical Museum Book Summary : Born near Aachen, Leonhard Schmitz (1807-90) studied at the University of Bonn, from which he received his PhD, before marrying an Englishwoman and becoming a naturalised British citizen. Made famous by the 1844 publication of his translation of Niebuhr's Lectures on the History of Rome, he became rector of the Royal High School, Edinburgh, where he taught Alexander Graham Bell. He also briefly tutored the future Edward VII (and he had previously taught Prince Albert in Bonn). This short-lived quarterly journal, which Schmitz founded and edited between 1844 and 1850, focused exclusively on aspects of classical antiquity - in contrast to the more general literary reviews that were common in the period. It illuminates the development of Classics as a specialist discipline as well as contemporary intellectual links between Britain and Germany. This third volume was published in 1846.
📒Expedition To South West Arabia 1937 8 ✍ British Museum (Natural History)
✏Expedition to South West Arabia 1937 8 Book Summary :