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Arabic literature

Welcome! This guide focuses on useful sources for the study of classical and contemporary Arabic literature. It is tailored to the courses offered by the McGill Institute of Islamic Studies.

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Romanization & transliteration

To search the Library catalogue, use the Library of Congress Romanization tables for Arabic.

Another common romanization styles are that of the International Journal of Middle East Studies (IJMES).

Suggested fonts for the romanization:

  1. Unicode fonts
  2. New Times Arabic

A tool for Mac users: The Arabic Macintosh: an informal resource centre

Virtual keyboards

  • Yamli is a Smart Arabic keyboard with transliteration adaptability
  • Fuzzy Arabic combines Yamli's transliteration adaptability with Buckwalter morphological Analyzer

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