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@fmct:Contents Acknowledgments xxx Introduction: Hybrid Iraq 1 Part 1 Aspects of Pluralism in the Iraqi Public Sphere 000 1 Modest Hopes: Iraqi Intellectuals in the Early 1920s 000 2 ProtectingExpand
“When Mu‘awiya Entered the Curriculum”—Some Comments on the Iraqi Education System in the Interwar Period
  • O. Bashkin
  • Sociology
  • Comparative Education Review
  • 1 August 2006
In this essay I explore the nationalization and secularization of the Iraqi educational system during the period between the two world wars, while demonstrating how various intellectuals championedExpand
Representations of Women in the Writings of the Intelligentsia in Hashemite Iraq, 1921-1958
This essay examines representations of Iraqi women in the works of poets, novelists, and public intellectuals during the Hashemite period. Defining the functions of women in modern Muslim societies,Expand
Microstructure and wear resistance of high-chromium cast irons machined with prior heating
White cast irons with 28-34% Cr and 1.8-2.7 C are used extensively in heavy and power engineering for components operating under conditions of abrasive-corrosive wear and significant specific loads.Expand
New Babylonians: A History of Jews in Modern Iraq
Although Iraqi Jews saw themselves as Iraqi patriots, their community-which had existed in Iraq for more than 2,500 years-was displaced following the establishment of the state of Israel. NewExpand
Civilizing Emotions: Concepts in Nineteenth Century Asia and Europe
This work is a contribution to the growing Oxford University Press series, Emotions in History. Emotions are clearly involved in how civility and civilization are constructed in late nineteenthtoExpand
The Middle Eastern Shift and Provincializing Zionism
  • O. Bashkin
  • History
  • International Journal of Middle East Studies
  • 18 July 2014
Scholars working on Jewish communities in the Middle East are in the midst of an important historiographical moment, in which the major categories, historical narratives, and key assumptions withinExpand
Impossible Exodus: Iraqi Jews in Israel
Having established herself with books such as The Other Iraq and New Babylonians as a key scholar of the history of the Jewish community in Iraq, Orit Bashkin now turns her attention to the fate ofExpand
  • O. Bashkin
  • History
  • International Journal of Middle East Studies
  • 8 April 2011
Abstract This paper analyzes Iraqi national narratives in the years from 1958 to 1961 to consider how innovative definitions of Arab nationalisms were affected by worldwide processes ofExpand