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NOTE

What follows is our index since we began (at a capital of £50.00 and a small typewriter in a tiny bedsitter!) publication in June 1976. We have now moved from the small typewriter into the electronic age, where you can find up-to-date information on our website (www.maghrebreview.com). We have published four such indexes in the past, 1976-1984 volume 9, 3-4, 1984, 1984-1988 in volume 14, 3-4, 1989 and 1976-1996 in volume 21, 3-4, 1996. 1976-2005, Volume 31. 1, 2005. These four indexes are now included here.
   This index is in two parts. The first part covers articles and arranged in alphabetical order by the author and the second part deals with books reviewed in The Maghreb Review and again arranged in alphabetical order and by the author of the book.
   May we point out to our recent subscribers and readers that the present format (245mm + 172mm) which we began with volume 13, 1-2, 1988 and the old format (269mm + 208mm) ended with the last issue of volume 12, 1987.

ANNUAL SETS: A few annual sets since volume 1 (1976) are still available. Rates are available here.

SINGLE ISSUES: All single issues, double numbers and special issues since 1976 are available and can be purchased through our website or through your bookshop or subscription agent.

DISCOUNT: Our subscribers who wish to complete their sets or replace copies lost will be charged production cost plus postage only.

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS: We would like to take this opportunity to thank all our contributors and subscribers for their continued support and patience. It is they who make this publication so successful, and enable us to continue.

Since our first issue in June 1976, sales have increased from 50 to 988 institutional subscribers in December 2005 in the following countries.

Algeria

0

 

Ireland, Rep. of

2

 

Poland

3

Australia

15

 

Israel

22

 

Qatar

2

Austria

2

 

Italy

15

 

Russia

4

Bahrain

2

 

Japan

39

 

Saudi Arabia

0

Bangladesh

4

 

Jordan

2

 

Senegal

2

Belgium

28

 

Kenya

1

 

South Africa

10

Cameroun

2

 

Korea

3

 

Spain

32

Canada

42

 

Kuwait

2

 

Sweden

12

China

4

 

Lebanon

2

 

Switzerland

15

Czech Rep.

3

 

Libya

0

 

Taiwan

1

Denmark

10

 

Malaysia

12

 

Tunisia

3

Egypt

0

 

Malta

3

 

Turkey

2

Finland

3

 

Mexico

1

 

United Arab Emirates

2

France

40

 

Morocco

2

 

United Kingdom

25

Germany

47

 

Netherlands

38

 

United States

450

India

15

 

Norway

18

 

Zimbabwe

0

Indonesia

2

 

Pakistan

5

     

Iran

1

 

Palestine

1

     

There are 105 individual subscribers in Europe, Japan and the United States.

There is still a need, however, to increase circulation, with subscriptions both from individual scholars and institutional libraries, so, please tell your friends and Librarian about us.
   As noted in the table above subscribers in the Arab and Muslim world there are very few subscribers. Perhaps this is due to lack of interest and readership and censorship, but surely not for lack of money. According to various readership surveys carried out by book Trade Associations, 40% of Arabs and Muslims world wide read a half page of a book a year and their knowledge of the world is based mainly on conversations with people and broadcasting media. The other problems are lack of bibliographical knowledge and priority given by Arab and Muslim leadership to the promotion of their policy and Security rather than books and academic journals.
   As to academic production and quality of research by Arab and Muslim scholars inside and outside of their countries, one will note that there is very little good quality researched academic papers published by them.

ORIGINAL PAPERS: original papers from scholars on any topic on the Maghreb, Africa, the Middle East, Iran, Turkey and Islamic studies from the earliest times to the present day ( history, ethnography economics, politics, Islamic culture philosophy and sciences in the Islamic world, linguistics, literature, agriculture, sociology, anthropology, ethnomusicology, and relevant medical issues in our fields) are always welcome.
   We would also like to promote theoretically informed comparison with neighbouring regions, including the Iberian peninsula, southern France, Italy and the former Ottoman lands, and with distant areas that share related historical experience, such as Central Asia, Southern Africa or South and Central America.

REVIEWS AND PHD THESES ABSTRACTS: The Maghreb Review would welcome receipt of a single-page abstracts of theses presented and accepted in the Universities and other Higher Education Institution world wide in our area of research for inclusion in The Maghreb Review. The text of the abstract should be in English or French.
   Therefore, we ask all our contributors and readers to send in all relevant information in relation to their published books and theses including review copies for the journal.