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The Arab Uprisings
Chapter 1: A Revolutionary Wave? What is the Arab world? How homogeneous is the Arab world? Why do Arabs identify with one another? What was political life in the Arab world like on the eve of theExpand
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The Israel-Palestine Conflict: One Hundred Years of War
1. The land and its lure 2. Cultures of Nationalism 3. Zionism and the colonization of Palestine 4. World War I and the Palestine mandate 5. From nationalism in Palestine to Palestinian nationalismExpand
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Frontiers of the State in the Late Ottoman Empire: Transjordan, 1850-1921
Frontiers of the State in the Late Ottoman Empire: Transjordan, 1850-1921, by Eugene L. Rogan. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1999. xiv + 255 pages. Bibl. to p. 266. Index to p. 274. $64.95.Expand
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“Arab Nationalism”: Has a New Framework Emerged? (question posed by James L. Gelvin)
  • James L. Gelvin
  • History
  • International Journal of Middle East Studies
  • 1 February 2009
The “origins problem” has loomed large in the historiography of nationalism in the Arab Middle East and for good reason: it is constitutive and representative of other issues surrounding the problemExpand
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The Modern Middle East: A History
Vignettes and Maps Acknowldegments A Note on Transliteration New to This Edition Introduction Part I: THE ADVENT OF THE MODERN AGE Chapter 1. From Late Antiquity to the Dawn of a New Age Chapter 2.Expand
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Al-Qaeda and Anarchism: A Historian's Reply to Terrorology
This article situates al-Qaeda and similar jihadi movements within the category of anarchism. In so doing, it challenges the central pillar of the terrorology paradigm: the notion that terrorism isExpand
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Demonstrating Communities in Post-Ottoman Syria
Demonstrating Communities in Post-Ottoman Syria The origins and evolution of Arab nationalism have been the subject of historical inquiry for more than fifty years. During that time, however, mostExpand
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