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((كتاب واسع المدى والشمول يثير أعمق مشاعر الإعجاب وتواكبه جزالة في الأسلوب وفي الطروحات يُحسد عليها)). Times Literry Supplement

((هذا الكتاب واسع الآفاق، مميّز الأسلوب، حول موضوع في غاية الأهمّية، يستند إلى غنًى عظيم في المصادر جرى استخلاصها بخبرة العالم الضليع)). دافيد مورغان، أستاذ الدراسات الإسلامية، جامعة وسكنسن

((كتاب رائع، يستند إلى علمٍ غزير وطراوة في الأسلوب، لا غنى
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Published by دار النهار (first published 1994)
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Ali
Aug 21, 2010 Ali rated it liked it
هذا بحث في تاريخ كتابة التاريخ عند العرب، ومن باحث جميل. انصح بهذا الكتاب واعمال الخالدي الاخرى
Malcolm Schmitz
Apr 18, 2016 Malcolm Schmitz rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
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This book has broken my brain but in the good way. It is an upper-level text on a subject I barely have a 101-level understanding of, so I’ve had to scramble and do some reading. And if I had to remember any of the names of the actual historians Khalidi could not tell you at all. I’d need to like use a Study Guide and lots of memorization for that.

But this is a good look at how a culture (or, well, set of cultures really) that thought in ways that were very different from how we do conceptualiz
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Caracalla
Dec 31, 2015 Caracalla rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Probably the best book to start on Arabic historiography, other stuff is too formalist or too interested in coming up with methods of source criticism. I was kinda in need of something that gave a fairly analytical run through of the interests and themes of this tradition throughout its history and this did the job. Interesting thesis that the adab of Jahiz and Ibn Qutayba is a sort of historiography and that history was written under very different guises up until Ibn Khaldun (where it ends)
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Aug 11, 2016 صالح الهزاع rated it it was amazing
كتاب رائع يغني عن كتب
يخصر عليك الوقت لمعرفة العوامل الكبرى المؤثرة في الكتابة التاريخية العربية ومناهج المؤرخين العرب والعلاقة بين كتب التاريخ العربية وعدد من العلوم والمعارف والفنون العربية
استطاع مؤلفه فيه أن يقدم جديدا في هذا الموضوع بفضل زاوية النظر الجديدة التي نظر من خلالها إليه
أشكره على جهده وأهنئه على إنجازه
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Tarif Khalidi was born in Jerusalem in 1938. He received degrees from University College, Oxford, and the University of Chicago, before teaching at the American University of Beirut as a professor in the Department of History from 1970 to 1996. In 1985 he accepted a one-year position as senior research associate at St Anthony’s College, Oxford, and from 1991 to 1992 was a visiting overseas scholar ...more
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