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The Politics of Higher Education in the Middle East: Problems and Prospects
The Arab world is experiencing a silent yet multidimensional revolution that needs to be closely assessed: a surge in higher education, along with its privatization and its internationalization.
Ghosts of Revolution: Rekindled Memories of Imprisonment in Iran by Shahla Talebi (review)
in the second half of the last century with feminists of different generations and class positionings (including many named in this book) it was noticeable how, while striking out in new directions,
REMEMBERING THE PALESTINE GROUP: GLOBAL ACTIVISM, FRIENDSHIP, AND THE IRANIAN REVOLUTION
  • N. Sohrabi
  • Sociology
    International Journal of Middle East Studies
  • 1 May 2019
Abstract The Palestine Group was a loosely connected collection of young anti-Shah activists some of whom were arrested and tried publically in 1970 for the crime of acting against the Pahlavi
Taken for Wonder: Nineteenth-Century Travel Accounts from Iran to Europe
Acknowledgments Notes on Transliteration Chapter 1: Writing Travel, Making Genre Chapter 2: The Reluctant Tourist: Mirza Abul Hasan Khan and his 'Book of Wonder' Chapter 3: Long Day's Journey into
The Persian Gulf and China: The Growth and Limits of Economic Ties
Over the past two decades, China has emerged as one of the largest trade and investment partners of each of the eight states that border the Persian Gulf. This has occurred despite conflicts and
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