MARA receive regular donations of various books and magazines. A corollary of that is that we gather a lot of duplicates. With the partnership we have with various university libraries worldwide that also collect and archive material about the Assyrians, we have recently sent books and magazines to Harvard College Library and the UCLA library in the United States.

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Dear friends of MARA,

MARA is a completely volunteer run project currently with no funding. We encourage you to support our important work and mission, i.e. to locate, collect, and preserve source material and literature on the history, culture, and language of the Assyrian community worldwide. [Read more]

Help MARA to get better. Devote a few minutes of your time and to fill in the MARA Survey. [Read more]

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A Review of Modern Assyrian Research Archive (MARA) has been published earlier this year in Middle East Media and Book Reviews Online.  [Read more]

The Assyrian Association of Södertälje (Sweden) has donated parts of its archives to the Modern Assyrian Research Archive, MARA. Books, Assyrian magazines and press clippings regarding Assyrians from Swedish media will now be available to researches, students and the public. [Read more]

Issues of the periodical of Qala d Shrara has now been made available on the MARA online archive. [Read more]

The periodical of Khuyyada Umtanaya has now been made available on the MARA online archive.

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The periodical of Morshid Athuriyon has now been made available on the MARA online archive. [Read more]

The periodical of Leshono d umtho, has now been made available on the MARA online archive. [Read more]

Another old Assyrian periodical, Ator, has now been made available on the MARA online archive. [Read more]