Middle Eastern Texts Initiative moving to Brill
Middle East, Texts to Brill, Brill, Islamic Studies
For two decades now, the Middle Eastern Texts Initiative has been engaged in the editing, translation, and publication of important texts from the golden age of the Islamic world, including mystical, theological, philosophical, and medical works by Muslims, Jews, and Christians alike. Working with high-caliber scholars from around the world, we have published a total of over thirty-five volumes in four different series: the Islamic Translation Series, Eastern Christian Texts, the Library of Judeo-Arabic Literature, and the Medical Works of Moses Maimonides. These texts represent some of the most important intellectual contributions of their time and continue to be in demand, year after year, as the classics that they are.
Original Publication Citation
“Middle Eastern Texts Initiative moving to Brill”. Neal A. Maxwell Institute blog. December 29. https://mi.byu.edu/meti-brill-2018/.
BYU ScholarsArchive Citation
Davis, D. Morgan, "Middle Eastern Texts Initiative moving to Brill" (2017). Faculty Publications. 3582.
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