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Scholarly Sources on the Internet
Use the information found on the internet with caution. Be sure to verify its
- authority (Who is the author? Is he or she qualified)
- currency (Is the information up to date?)
- bias (Whose point of view does it represent?)
Check out the library page Evaluating Resources for more ways to evaluate sources found on the internet. Below is a list of quality internet sources for Middle Eastern Studies:
Middle Eastern Film Posters
Hosted by Princeton University Library, the collection contains 1,748 posters and 768 lobby cards in Arabic.
Middle East Institute
Along with publishing The Middle East Journal, the Middle East Institute sponsors research, hosts conferences, and collects and disseminates information on the Middle East.
Middle East Studies Association
A non-profit organization of academic and researchers that encourages scholarship and understanding of issues and study of the Middle East through various programs, meetings, publications, and services.