Near East Studies covers the Near East, North Africa and Central Asia from 600 through the present, Central Asia from 800-the present, plus the ancient Near East, particularly ancient Egypt and the Hittite Empire. Stronger emphases are Arabic countries from 600-1250, 1800-the present, Turkish from 1000-the present and Persian from 1000-the present.
Egypt, Syria, Jordan, Lebanon, the West Bank, Iraq, Saudi Arabia, Yemen, Kuwait, the Emirates, Bahrain, Morocco, Tunisia, Algeria, Libya, Iran, Turkey and the Central Asian countries: Uzbekistan, Kyrgyzstan, Kazakhstan, Tajikistan and Turkmenistan.
Arabic, Persian, Turkish, Uzbek, Kyrgyz, Kazakh, Tajik, Turkmen, Uighur, Kurdish, and the ancient languages: Akkadian, Assyrian, Sumerian, ancient Egyptian, Coptic and Syriac.
Monographs, periodicals, media (primarily DVDs, CDs and audio recordings), microforms (for some antiquarian material and archival collections), maps, and some music scores.
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