Macat Bulletin:
Macat Library Update

Macat has been working with partners in Morocco, Egypt, Saudi Arabia and China to make the MAcat Library accessible to more people by translating it into Arabic and Chinese. 

January 2021

English/Chinese biligual edition of The Macat Analysis of Afled Crosby's The Columbian Exchange
English/Chinese biligual edition of The Macat Analysis of Afled Crosby's The Columbian Exchange

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English/Chinese biligual edition of The Macat Analysis of Virginia Woolf's A Room of One's Own
English/Chinese biligual edition of The Macat Analysis of Virginia Woolf's A Room of One's Own

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English/Chinese biligual edition of The Macat Analysis of Richard Dawkins' The Selfish Gene
English/Chinese biligual edition of The Macat Analysis of Richard Dawkins' The Selfish Gene

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English/Chinese biligual edition of The Macat Analysis of Afled Crosby's The Columbian Exchange
English/Chinese biligual edition of The Macat Analysis of Afled Crosby's The Columbian Exchange

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Following a rigorous translation process, macat is delighted that readers can now purchase 88 Macat titles in a bilingual English/Mandarin edition published in association with our partners in China, The Shanghai Foreign Language Education Press. We look forward to adding more titles to this range in the coming months.

Arabic edition of The Macat Analysis of Thomas Hobbes Leviathan
Arabic edition of The Macat Analysis of Thomas Hobbes Leviathan

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Arabic edition of The Macat Analysis of Thomas Piketty's  Capital in the Twenty-First Century
Arabic edition of The Macat Analysis of Thomas Piketty's Capital in the Twenty-First Century

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Arabic edition of The Macat Analysis of Richard Dawkins' The Selfish Gene
Arabic edition of The Macat Analysis of Richard Dawkins' The Selfish Gene

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Arabic edition of The Macat Analysis of Thomas Hobbes Leviathan
Arabic edition of The Macat Analysis of Thomas Hobbes Leviathan

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With our publishing partners, Akhbar El Yom in Egypt, Macat is adding more and more titles to our library in Arabic.  These translations, produced by professors at top Arabic universities including Effat University in Saudi Arabia and Mohamed V University in Morocco, are making the Macat Library available to the 422 million Arabic speakers worldwide.