Welcome to the Abou Naddara Collection website!
NOTE (Spring 2022): Data from this website is currently being migrated to a new home at the Heidelberg University Library. Unfortunately, this website is no more functioning correctly, only metadata is provided.
As interim solution, please use the alternative link to https://abou-naddara.freizo.org. Use the sign-up function and tell us shortly about yourself and why you're interested in the resource. We will provide you access soon after.
If you're interested in re-using the metadata, please see our data publication:
Ettmueller, Eliane Ursula; Arnold, Matthias; Alisch, Johannes; Sassani, Nina; Kempf, Florian; Harder, Hans, 2017, "The Abou Naddara Collection - James Sanua's complete works", https://doi.org/10.11588/data/10076, heiDATA, V1
Thanks for your understanding!
This website offers the complete newspapers published by the Egyptian nationalist James Sanua (يعقوب صنوع, 1839-1912) from 1878 to 1910. In addition, formerly unpublished manuscripts by the same author, articles from newspapers of the period about the journalist and his oeuvre, as well as the decorations he received are also available. Most of the material was directly scanned from the originals published at the turn of the 19th to the 20th century, and therefore contains an ample variety of magnificent and colorful lithographs.
It was financed by the Cluster of Excellence “Asia and Europe in a Global Context” of Heidelberg University and realized in a collaboration of Project B1 “Gauging Cultural Asymmetries: Asian Satire and the Search for Identity in the Era of Colonialism and Imperialism” and the Visual Resources Team of the Cluster’s Heidelberg Research Architecture.