CENTRE FOR MIDDLE EASTERN
AND ISLAMIC STUDIES
University of Bergen

Nordic Society

These are books produced by MESA's sister organization in Scandinavia, the Nordic Society for Middle Eastern studies. The series include volumes of selected papers from the triannual Nordic conferences and other material documenting and presenting the research milieus there.

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Bo Utas and Knut S. Vikør (eds.), The Middle East Viewed from the North (Papers from the 1st Nordic conference on Middle Eastern Studies, Uppsala 1989)
[1992; viii, 211 pp.; £ 18]. ISBN 1-85065-312-7.


2
Heikki Palva and Knut S. Vikør (eds.), The Middle East - Unity and Diversity (Papers from the 2nd Nordic conference on Middle Eastern Studies, Copenhagen 1992)
[1993; viii, 248 pp.; £ 18]. ISBN 1-85065-313-5.


3
M'hammed Sabour and Knut S. Vikør (eds.), Ethnic Encounter and Culture Change (Papers from the 3rd Nordic conference on Middle Eastern Studies, Joensuu 1995)
[1997; viii, 270 pp.; £ 18, ISBN 1-85065-311-9.


6
Bjørn Olav Utvik and Knut S. Vikør (eds.), The Middle East in a Globalized World (Papers from the 4th Nordic conference on Middle Eastern Studies, Oslo 1998)
[2000; xi, 269 pp.; £ 18], ISBN 1-85065-579-0.


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Nordic Society for Middle Eastern Studies, Directory of Middle Eastern Studies in the Nordic Countries, 2000.
[2001; vii, 166 pp.; £ 15].

A triennial directory of research on the Middle East and Islam carried out at the Nordic universities, by members of the Nordic Society.

Earlier editions:
  • Nordic Society for Middle Eastern Studies, Directory of Middle Eastern Studies in the Nordic Countries, 1997 edn. [vii, 192 pp.]. ISBN 1-85065-314-3.
  • Nordic Society for Middle Eastern Studies, Directory of Members, 1994 edn. Bergen 1994. [117 pp.]
  • Nordic Society for Middle Eastern Studies, Directory of Members, 1991 edn. Bergen 1994. [87 pp.]

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Midtausten-undervisning i Skandinavia: Ei oversikt over kurstilbuda.
[2004; viii, 268 pp.].

A directory of Scandinavian-language courses on the Middle East and Islam in the three Scandinavian countries, Denmark, Sweden and Norway. Norwegian text.


 

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