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Quaderni di Studi Arabi was founded by professor and academics of the University of Venice in 1983 with a special issue in honour of the doyen of Italian Arabic studies, Francesco Gabrieli. Its main field of study was and is the Arab civilization in its historical and cultural dimensions. A New Series of the Quaderni di Studi Arabi, published by the Istituto per l’Oriente C.A. Nallino in Rome, started in 2006 and consists in yearly issues that include a monographic section by a major specialist, a more general section, and a final section of short notices and reviews. Among the topics that have been already discussed and those that are planned for the coming issues there are: folk poetry, locations and the imaginary in Arabic literature, historical methodology, poetry by knights and bandits, medieval Arabic encyclopaedias, Arabic theatre, Moslem Sicily, and archaeology in the Arab countries. This journal has an international scientific committee and publishes articles in the major European languages, taking also into account iconographic documents.
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