The third edition of the journal “Academy of Arabic Language in Sharjah” included a collection of articles, linguistic studies and poetic texts and news that accompanied the Academy’s activities, seminars and participation in international exhibitions. Writers, poets. and scholars specializing in Arabic language sciences and heritage contributed material for the issue.
The magazine highlighted His Highness Sheikh Dr. Sultan bin Mohammed Al-Qasim, Member of the Supreme Council and Ruler of Sharjah, 19 new volumes of the Historical Dictionary of the Arabic Language and his chairmanship of the Board of Trustees meeting. Academy, in his capacity as Supreme President of the Arabic Language Academy in Sharjah.
sharjah and the book
The journal’s editorial, written by the Secretary General of the Academy, Dr. Mohammed Safi Al Mosteghanem, entitled Sharjah and the Book, focused on cultural and cultural values presented by the Sharjah International Book Fair, where “scholars, literature . And lovers of knowledge flock to him from all sides.
Mosteghanemi noted that the expo is not only a bookselling season, but also a cultural forum, a platform for workshops and conferences, and a platform for talented poets and creators, and reflects the connection between Sharjah and writers in terms of motivation. Young people and adults alike must read and make it the capital of culture and books.
Strengthening the Arabic language
In the “Board News” section, the magazine reviewed activities organized as part of efforts to promote the Arabic language and serve the Arabic language. 41st edition of the Sharjah International Book Fair and Sharjah Cultural Days in Portugal.
The coverage included three sessions, the first entitled “The Historical Dictionary of the Arabic Language and its Cultural and Civilizing Message”, the second entitled “Achievements of the Academy of the Arabic Language” and the third entitled “The Role of the Historical Dictionary of the Arabic Language”. . The Arabic language”. The Arabic language in civilized communication”. In the “Poetic Creation” section, readers read new poems by a group of poets.
Semiotics by Roland Barthes
Among the studies included in the edition, we read a study by the writer Asma Youssef Al-Zayani entitled “The semiotics of the text in Roland Barthes”, where she noted that the famous French critic Roland Barthes relied on five semiotic codes when reading texts. , including interpretation, semiotics, symbolism, cultural reading and reading events. and in the number of articles and other sober studies.
Source: Al Ittihad
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