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The Message Of Folklore from Bahrain To The World
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Authentication of Moroccan Music

This paper is an attempt to collect ancient texts with references to the music of an instrument that emerged in Andalusia before finding its way to Morocco and...

Imported singing and dancing: The example of Iraq’s Jubi

This study includes the following points: 1) The study proves that the dancing and singing of Jubi is a Persian art form that made its way to Iraq through the...

Children's Games in Andalusian Heritage

Games for children and adults have always been part of Islamic civilisation; they arise naturally from a society’s different activities. These games were...

Founding a Bahraini folk group

When I attended folklore festivals and events several years ago, I had the opportunity to watch international folklore groups comprising performers of...

Imagination and Symbolism in Contemporary Cultural Studies: Gilbert Duran's Anthropology as an example

This critical analysis seeks to shed light on the characteristics of imaginary and symbolic anthropology and legends through contemporary cultural studies. In...

Cultural Institutes in the Gulf and Their Efforts to Safeguard Intangible Cultural Heritage: The Example of the Sultanate of Oman’s Ministry of Heritage and Culture

This study reviews the Ministry of Heritage and Culture’s efforts to preserve intangible cultural heritage in the Sultanate of Oman through focusing on...

Arab Narrative Heritage: Mimesis

The story of ‘Hayy ibn Yaqdhan’, written by the Andalusian writer, physician and philosopher Abu Bakr Muhammad Ibn Tufail, is one of the most...

Multi-Readings of Folkloric Texts: Egyptian Oases, Kharga Oasis and Al Bagawat Cemetery

Folklore texts are characterised by the flexibility with which they can be re-interpreted based on the symbols they reference. Due to this flexibility, these...

Children's Games in Andalusian Heritage

Games for children and adults have always been part of Islamic civilisation; they arise naturally from a society’s different activities. These games were...

Imported singing and dancing: The example of Iraq’s Jubi

This study includes the following points: 1) The study proves that the dancing and singing of Jubi is a Persian art form that made its way to Iraq through the...

Authentication of Moroccan Music

This paper is an attempt to collect ancient texts with references to the music of an instrument that emerged in Andalusia before finding its way to Morocco and...

Red Bricks in Al Jraif East in the Sudan

This paper is based on the results of field collection in the summer of 2009; in which the researcher recorded interviews with artisans. The researcher used...

Ornamentation on Tunisian Carpets

The Tunisian carpet, which is made of woven fabric or thick wool, is one of the most important applied arts in Tunisia. The carpets are handmade with yarn,...

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