MIDEO—Miscellanies of the Dominican Institute for Oriental Studies in Cairo—is a periodical set up in 1954 by IDEO’s first members. These Miscellanies are mostly academical contributions from the members of the Institute and from scholars collaborating with them. Its articles are in French, in English or in Arabic.
The periodical is available free online: http://mideo.revues.org/.
Meeting the objectives of the Institute, MIDEO publishes original works on Islam according to its sources; it focuses on theological and philosophical issues as well as on the history of doctrines. It aims at moving beyond the mutual misunderstandings that exist between our cultural and religious traditions, and this through in depth research. It pays a close attention to the contemporary evolutions of scholarly research on these topics.
The diversity of the topics covered, as well as the relevance of some contemporary issues, can be inferred by consulting the table of contents of the thirty volumes published so far (1954‒2014). Since 2004, the monographs collection Les Cahiers du Midéo completes the periodical.