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The Message Of Folklore from Bahrain To The World
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Cultural and social significance of Alhaite dancing in Morocco

The Alhaite dance is one of Morocco's oldest folk arts; its music has a wide range of rhythms and tempos, and its ceremonial and enthusiastic performance...

Folktales in the age of technology: from oral storytelling to digital media

The folktale is an artistic creation in which literary, social, cultural, and religious aspects blend together. This has led to several studies exploring its...

Weaving goat hair and nylon fabric on a vertical loom: an ethno-technological approach in Kousba, Koura District, North Lebanon (1982 and 2022)

This study examines the evolution of the goat hair spinning and weaving industry in Kousba (Koura District, North Lebanon) in light of the arrival of nylon...

Uqud Al Juman: The Biography of Ahmed bin Salman

Some notable families in the Gulf appear to be actively working to regain their historical past, according to observers. People in this region, which was poor,...

The 100th anniversary of the first Arabic book on folklore, ‘Arabic in Sudan’ (1923–2023)

The ongoing revolution in Sudan, which started in 2018, has kept the Sudanese media, as well as cultural and academic circles distracted from an important...

Aesthetic value and semantic dimensions of tapestry

The traditional patterns that have dominated the textiles crafts for decades are being challenged by a diversity in weaving patterns. This comes in reaction to...

Cultural and social significance of Alhaite dancing in Morocco

The Alhaite dance is one of Morocco's oldest folk arts; its music has a wide range of rhythms and tempos, and its ceremonial and enthusiastic performance...

Epistemological analysis of Bahraini rural marriage contracts: Hajj Hussein bin Khamis bin Haram Al-Darkulaibi’s records

Historically, marriage has served as the backbone of society in those communities that upheld this belief and practice. The family, which is the result of...

Exploring vernacular poetry and folk music: Al-Sadiq Al-Rizqi’s Tunisian songs

The findings of this study shed light on the evolution of musical genres and performance practices across time. It delves into the wide variety of Tunisian...

Folktales in the age of technology: from oral storytelling to digital media

The folktale is an artistic creation in which literary, social, cultural, and religious aspects blend together. This has led to several studies exploring its...

Traditional clothing in Qalyubiyya governorate

Art and civilised behaviour emerged in response to the needs of prehistoric humans, who expended their full creative and intellectual potential on aesthetics....

Weaving goat hair and nylon fabric on a vertical loom: an ethno-technological approach in Kousba, Koura District, North Lebanon (1982 and 2022)

This study examines the evolution of the goat hair spinning and weaving industry in Kousba (Koura District, North Lebanon) in light of the arrival of nylon...

An anthropological study of green recipes in Mediterranean cuisine in a local community: the Elkhobiz (Malva) dish as an example

This anthropological study reveals how basic and straightforward the recipe for Elkhobiz (Malva) looks to the general public, but we modified it for the realm...

Yanbu singing: history, instruments, and components

The focus of the study is Yanbu singing, which is a folk art genre. This research attempts to substantiate this artform by explaining how it originated and...

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