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Middle East Studies and Middle Eastern Languages

Includes Judaic Studies, Arabic language, and Hebrew language

What are primary sources?

Primary sources are the original works, creations, or phenomena from a certain time period that scholars analyze in order to produce insight. Primary sources can include:

  • correspondence (personal and public)
  • fiction, (i.e poetry)
  • memoirs and diaries
  • artwork and photographs
  • artifacts
  • political demonstrations

Websites and digital collections