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Deutsche Morgenländische Gesellschaft. Orient-Institut


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    • Beirut OI
    • Deutsche Morgenländische Gesellschaft. Maʻhad al-Almānī lil-Abḥāth al-Sharqīyah fī Bayrūt
    • Institute of Oriental Studies Beirut
    • معهد الألماني للأبحاث الشرقيّة في بيروت
    • Maʻhad al-Almānī lil-Abḥāth al-Sharqīyah
    • Maʻhad al-Almānī lil-Abḥāth al-Sharqīyah fī Bayrūt
    • OIB
    • Orient-Institut Beirut (1961-2003)
    • Orient-Institut der Deutschen Morgenländischen Gesellschaft Beirut
    • Orient-Institut der DMG Beirut
    • معهد الألماني للأبحاث الشرقيّة
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    • Associated Locale

        Lebanon
    • Associated Locale

        Beirut (Lebanon)
    • Field of Activity

        (lcsh) Arab countries--Research
          (lcsh) Lebanon--Research
            (lcsh) Civilization, Arab--Research
              (lcsh) Lebanon--Relations--Germany
                (lcsh) Germany--Relations--Lebanon
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              • found: Ritter, H.Ṭūrōyo, 1967.
              • found: Wielandt, R. Das Bild der Europäer in der modernen arabischen Erzähl- und Theaterliteratur, 1980:p. iv (Orient-Institut der Deutschen Morgenländischen Gesellschaft)
              • found: Results of contemporary research on the Qur'ān, 2007ser. t.p. (Orient-Institut Beirut) spine (OIB) p. 2 (Institute of Oriental Studies Beirut)
              • found: Beiruter Blaetter, 1995:p. 2 (Orient-Institut der DMG Beirut); 2002/2003 : cover (al-Maʻhad al-Almānī lil-Abḥāth al-Sharqīyah)
              • found: Orient-Institut Istanbul website, 20 Mar. 2012:homepage (Orient-Institut Istanbul) Turkish homepage (İstanbul Orient Enstitüsü) about OII (est. in 1989, the Orient-Institut Istanbul functioned as a branch of the Orient-Institut Beirut; since Jan. 1, 2009, the Orient-Institut in Istanbul is established as an institution independent of the institute in Beirut)
              • found: DGIA website, 20 Mar. 2012(Oriental Institute Istanbul, set up in 1987 by the German Oriental Society (DMG) as a sub-section of the Beirut OI; was incorporated into the institutional support structure of the DGIA Foundation on 1 Jan. 2009)
              • found: Stiftung Deutsche Geisteswissenschaftliche Institute im Ausland : Jahresbericht 2009-2010, 2010?, viewed online November 8, 2018:contents (Orient-Institut Beirut (www.orient-institut.org); Orient-Institut Istanbul (www.oiist.org)) page 189 (the Orient-Institut Beirut, founded in 1961, experienced two structural changes in 2009/2010: the process of becoming independent of the former Istanbul branch--since 1987 a place of escape during the Lebanese civil war--has been completed; the institutional independence of the Orient-Institut Istanbul, in place since January 1, 2009, was celebrated at a ceremony of the Stiftung Deutsche Geisteswissenschaftliche Institute im Ausland on 22 September 2010; both institutes will continue to work closely; the OI Beirut, whose research mission extends beyond Lebanon to the Arab world, opened a provisional office in Cairo in May 2009)
              • found: Wikipedia, November 8, 2018(Orient-Institut Beirut (OIB); Arabic: Maʻhad al-Almānī lil-Abḥāth al-Sharqīyah; one of ten German Humanities Institutes Abroad which belong to the Max Weber Foundation; the OIB was established in 1961 by the Deutsche Morgenländische Gesellschaft, and is part of the Max Weber Foundation - German Humanities Institutes Abroad since 2003; in 2009 the Orient-Institut Istanbul (OI Istanbul)--which had been a branch of the Beirut institute for 20 years--became an independent institution inside the Max Weber Foundation; the OIB, which conducts research related to Lebanon and the Arab world, has increased its cooperation with academic partners in Egypt since 2010; an interdisciplinary research institute)
              • found: Wikipedia, November 8, 2018(Max Weber Foundation (German: Max Weber Stiftung); a German humanities research organisation based in Bonn and funded by the German Federal Government; it is composed of ten independent institutes: six German Historical Institutes [all located in other countries]; German Forum for Art History Paris; German Institute for Japanese Studies (Tokyo); Orient-Institut Beirut; Orient-Institut Istanbul)
              • found: DNB database, October 17, 2014(Max-Weber-Stiftung - Deutsche Geisteswissenschaftliche Institute im Ausland; variant name: Max Weber Stiftung; founded July 1, 2012; predecessor: Stiftung Deutsche Geisteswissenschaftliche Institute im Ausland; based in Bonn)
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              • 1981-09-25: new
              • 2018-11-10: revised
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