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Georgetown University's Joseph Mark Lauinger Memorial Library holds approximately 130,000 volumes related to the study of the Middle East & North Africa, Islam, and the Islamicate world. Of these items, approximately 88,000 are in European languages while approximately 48,000 are in Arabic. Turkish, Persian, Hebrew and other regional languages are represented in the collection as well, albeit in smaller numbers. The Library subscribes to approximately 200 periodicals related to the region, with a sizeable proportion of these written in Middle East languages. In addition to the Library's print holdings, Lauinger houses over 500 microform titles on the Middle East & North Africa and more than 800 films related to the region.
A number of items related to the Middle East & North Africa can also be found in the Booth Family Center for Special Collections (5th Floor of Lauinger Library), including in the Arabic Script Manuscript Collection, Diplomacy, International Affairs, & Intelligence Collection, George S. Harris Turkish Periodicals Collection, and Saudi Arabia Manuscripts Collections.