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Société orientale allemande (DMG) - JENA

Morgenländische Gesselschäftde Göttingen - Société allemande du Levant - Deutsche Morgenländische Gesellschaft
Année de création : 1845
Domaines d'activité: sociétés et académies généralistes
Domaines géographiques: Asie, Etranger, Europe
Périodes chronologiques: Préhistoire-Protohistoire, Antiquité, Moyen Âge, Moderne, Contemporain-Temps présent
Présentation de la société :
The Deutsche Morgenländische Gesellschaft (DMG) is, since its founding on the 2nd of October 1845, the most significant scientific society of German Orientalists. Its members work on the languages and cultures of the Orient, Near and Middle East, Asia, Oceania and Africa as well as the connections of these areas to e ach other and to neighbouring regions.

The scientific disciplines represented in the DMG are: Egyptology, Ancient Oriental Studies, Semitic Studies and Philology, Hebrew Studies, Arabic Studies and Philology, Islamic Studies, the Study of the Christian Orient, Iranian Studies, Buddhist Studies, Indology, Turkology, Altaic Studies, Mongolian Studies, Tibetan Studies, Sinology, Japanology, Southeast Asian Studies, African Studies and related subjects.
Since the 28th of September 2006 the seat of the society is Halle (Saale).
Exemple(s) de publication de la société (liste non exhaustive)
Depuis 1847 : Zeitschrift der Deutschen Morgenländischen Gesellschaft. (ZDMG). Harrassowitz, Wiesbaden, (ISSN 0341-0137), lecture numérisée [archive] des tomes I (1847) à CLVII (2007); lecture numérisée [archive] de quelques tomes par archive.org.
Depuis 1857 : Abhandlungen für die Kunde des Morgenlandes. (AKM). Harrassowitz, Wiesbaden, (ISSN 0567-4980).
Depuis 1964 : Beiruter Texte und Studien. (BTS). Ergon, Würzburg, (ISSN 0067-4931).
Zeitschrift der Deutschen Morgenländischen Gesellschaft (ZDMG). The first volume appeared in 1847 as an organ for Oriental studies serving the whole German-speaking area. The regular publication of the journal was interrupted only by temporary vicissitudes of German history. Right from the beginning, German and foreign scholars made use of the journal to present the results of their research.

Also edited by the DMG are Abhandlungen für die Kunde des Morgenlandes (AKM). The contents of this series which was founded in 1857 mirrors – like the ZDMG – the diversity of the individual orientalist disciplines represented in the society. Members of the DMG can order the AKM from the publishers Harrassowitz with a discount of 20 % und are requested to indicate their membership when ordering.