The Artas Folklore Center – Research And Documentation

Contributed by Artas Folklore Center on 10.04.2012:

An important part of the Artas Folklore Center is Research and Documentation. The Artas Folklore Center seeks to collect the huge body of work about its field which covers all aspects, and to build on earlier information, such as the collection of the genealogies and oral/family histories of its inhabitants.It regularly provides assistance to researchers, students, photographers, artists, fil(...)

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Select Bibliography on Artas

Contributed by Artas Folklore Center on 07.04.2012:

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There is a huge body of scholarly literature on Artas dating back to the early twentieth century.More recently, Falestin Naili, Virtual Scholar in Residence, has written many works reviewing older works and breaking new ground. In fact we were quite surprised to find the Artas Folklore Center itself under her scholarly lens.Below is only a(...)

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The Jerusalemite family of Quttainah

Contributed by Dr. Mohammed Quttainah on 13.09.2006:

The Jerusalemite family of Quttainah


Written by:

Majdi Anwar Quttainah, PhD

Mona Anwar Quttainah, MD

Edited by:

Anwar Mohammed Quttainah, CFPA

Naela Awni Quttainah, BA

Mohammed Anwar Quttainah, MD

Compiled by:

Husam Abdul Hafith Quttainah, BSc


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Khalidi Library – Jerusalem

Contributed by This Week In Palestine on 14.05.2006:

A Hidden Treasure

By Jocelyn M. Ajami

In the heart of Jerusalem’s Old City, a stone’s throw from the Western Wall and the Dome of the Rock, stands the Khalidi Library. Located on Tariq Bab al-Silsilah, or Chain Gate Street, the library might go totally unnoticed by a passerby, but it is the largest and finest private Palestinian library, and one of the largest private collection(...)

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