Printing Arab modernity : book culture and the American Press in nineteenth-century Beirut
During the nineteenth century, the American Mission Press in Beirut printed religious and secular publications written by foreign missionaries and Syrian scholars such as Nasif al-Yaziji and Butrus al-Bustani, of later nahda fame. In a region where presses were still not prevalent, letterpress-print...
|Main Author:||Auji, Hala|
Arts and archaeology of the Islamic world
Z464 L4386 BEI 2016
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