Tripoli, Libya



Kanopy Streaming Service offers thousands of videos from producers such as the BBC, Criterion, PBS, and more. Films include theatrical releases, documentaries, training films, and art cinema. Films are licensed for academic use, and the collection contains many films pertaining to the Middle East. 


Kenneth L. Brown Collection

In 2002 the King Fahd Center purchased the personal library of Kenneth L. Brown, former Reader in Sociology at the University of Manchester and founder/editor of Mediterraneans, for deposit in Mullins Library.  The collection of some 1500 works in multiple languages covers Middle East/Islamic history, society and culture, and may be accessed on the Mullins Library Infolinks catalog (search Kenneth L Brown Collection).

Language Training and Study Abroad

The Office of Study Abroad and International Exchange offers a selection of faculty-led and external programs approved for University of Arkansas undergraduate students.

Graduate students interested in advanced or independent language study programs in Arabic should consult with Adnan Haydar, Director of the Arabic Language Program


Middle East Film Collection

The Mullins Library maintains a collection of documentary and feature films produced on and about the Middle East and Islamic World, many of which have been purchased by the King Fahd Center. Films are in VHS and DVD and can be located using the Mullins Library Infolinks catalog.