Since its inception in 1970, the Journal of Arabic Literature has provided an international scholarly forum for the discussion of Arabic literature and has secured its position at the forefront of critical and methodological debate. The journal publishes literary, critical and historical studies, as well as reviews and bibliographies, on a broad range of Arabic materials – classical and modern, written and oral, poetry and prose, literary and colloquial.
The Journal of Arabic and Islamic Studies, often abbreviated to JAIS, is an international, peer-reviewed academic journal. It was founded in 1995 by Joseph N. Bell from the University of Bergen, Norway and Petr Zemánek from Charles University in Prague.
The journal is open access. Its stated aims are to promote the study of history, language, literature and culture through the publication of research articles.
Al-Ahram Weekly An English, online newspaper sharing current events in Cairo, Egypt founded in 1991.
NewsBank An information provider database for collected newspaper titles. Contains newspaper articles for several Arabic and Egyptian newspapers.
A Chronology of Nineteenth-Century Periodicals in Arabic (1800-1900) A Research Tool