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Heterotopia and the wine poem in early Islamic culture2004 International journal of Middle East studies 36 (3): 345-66
  • Yaseen Noorani
H6/KW 'INTERNATIONAL-'0020-7438in thematic section 'Love and sexuality'
The morning after: travail of sexuality and love in modern Iran2004 International journal of Middle East studies 36 (3): 367-85
  • Afsaneh Najmabadi
H6/KW 'INTERNATIONAL-'0020-7438in thematic section 'Love and sexuality'
Controlled suffering: mortality and living conditions in 19th-century Egyptian prisons2004 International journal of Middle East studies 36 (3): 387-407
  • Rudolph Peters
H6/KW 'INTERNATIONAL-'0020-7438in thematic section 'Disciplinary technologies and the nation'
The many deaths of Dr. Emile Mauchamp: medicine, technology, and popular politics in pre-protectorate Morocco, 1877-19122004 International journal of Middle East studies 36 (3): 409-28
  • Ellen Amster
H6/KW 'INTERNATIONAL-'0020-7438in thematic section 'Disciplinary technologies and the nation'
'Jabarti of the 20th century': the national epic of 'Abd Al-Rahman Al-Rafi'i and other Egyptian histories2004 International journal of Middle East studies 36 (3): 429-50
  • Yoav Di-Capua
H6/KW 'INTERNATIONAL-'0020-7438in thematic section 'Disciplinary technologies and the nation'
Prices in the Ottoman empire, 1469-19142004 International journal of Middle East studies 36 (3): 451-68
  • Sevket Pamuk
H6/KW 'INTERNATIONAL-'0020-7438in thematic section 'Economic history'
Pan-Islam or arab nationalism? The meaning of the 1931 Jerusalem Islamic congress reconsidered2003 International journal of Middle East studies 35 (1): 1-22
  • Weldon Matthews
0020-7438
Sunni modernist theories of social contract in contemporary Egypt2003 International journal of Middle East studies 35 (1): 23-49
  • Shahrough Akhavi
0020-7438
Selling luxury: the rise of the Egyptian cigarette and the transformation of the Egyptian tobacco market, 1850-19142003 International journal of Middle East studies 35 (1): 51-75
  • Relli Shechter
0020-7438
The cultural uses of consumption: negotiating class, gender and nation in the Ottoman urban centres during the 19th century2003 International journal of Middle East studies 35 (1): 77-101
  • Haris Exertzoglou
0020-7438
In the Basha's house: the organizational culture of Egyptian public-sector enterprises2003 International journal of Middle East studies 35 (1): 103-32
  • Samer Shehata
0020-7438
Recent writings in late Ottoman history2003 International journal of Middle East studies 35 (1): 133-9
  • Donald Quataert
0020-7438review article
Street violence and social imagination in late Mamluk and Ottoman Damascus (ca. 1500-1800)2003 International journal of Middle East studies 35 (2): 215-36
  • James Grehan
0020-7438
Contesting the edges of the Ottoman empire: rethinking ethnic and sectarian boundaries un the Malësore, 1878-19122003 International journal of Middle East studies 35 (2): 237-56
  • Isa Blumi
0020-7438
Middle-class modernity and the persistence of the politics of notables in inter-war Syria2003 International journal of Middle East studies 35 (2): 257-86
  • Keith D. Watenpaugh
0020-7438
On the origins of the Mellahy of Marrakesh2003 International journal of Middle East studies 35 (2): 287-305
  • Emily Gottreich
0020-7438
British and Israeli maintenance of the status quo in the holy places of Christendom2003 International journal of Middle East studies 35 (2): 307-28
  • Marlen Eordegian
0020-7438
The state and madness in medieval Islam2003 International journal of Middle East studies 35 (2): 329-40
  • Boaz Shoshan
0020-7438review article on Manjun: the madman in medieval Islamic society by MW Dol (Ofxord, 1992)
A historical slip of the tongue, or what can the Arab-Jewish transportation strike teach us about the Israeli-Palestinian conflict?2003 International journal of Middle East studies 35 (3): 371-91
  • Lev Grinberg
H6/KW 'INTERNATIONAL-'0020-7438
Palestinian nationalism has left the field: a shortened history of Arab soccer in Israel2003 International journal of Middle East studies 35 (3): 417-37
  • Tamir Sorek
H6/KW 'INTERNATIONAL-'0020-7438
Historical traumas, ideological conflicts, and the process of mythologizing2003 International journal of Middle East studies 35 (3): 439-60
  • Tirza Hechter
H6/KW 'INTERNATIONAL-'0020-7438
The study of war and the military in Israel: an empirical investigation and a reflective critique2003 International journal of Middle East studies 35 (3): 461-84
  • Daniel Maman
  • Eyal Ben-Ari
  • Zeev Rosenhek
H6/KW 'INTERNATIONAL-'0020-7438
Islamism in southern Egypt: a case study of a radical religious movement2003 International journal of Middle East studies 35 (4): 547-72
  • James Toth
H6/KW 'INTERNATIONAL-'0020-7438
A secular Islam: nation, state, and religion in Uzbekistan2003 International journal of Middle East studies 35 (4): 573-98
  • Adeeb Khalid
H6/KW 'INTERNATIONAL-'0020-7438
Post-revolutionary Islamic discourses on modernity in Iran: expansion and contraction of human subjectivity2003 International journal of Middle East studies 35 (4): 599-631
  • Farzin Vahdat
H6/KW 'INTERNATIONAL-'0020-7438
The piety of the Hadith folk2002 International journal of Middle East studies 34 (3): 425-39
  • Christopher Melchert
0020-7438
Aspects of the creed of Imam Ahmad ibn Hanbal: a study of anthropomorphism in early Islamic discourse2002 International journal of Middle East studies 34 (3): 441-63
  • Wesley Williams
0020-7438
Abu al-Thana' al-Alusi: an Alim Ottoman Mufti, and exegete of the Qur'an2002 International journal of Middle East studies 34 (3): 465-94
  • Basheer M. Nafi
0020-7438
Household formation in 19th century central Anatolia: the case study of a Turkish-speaking Orthodox Christian comunity2002 International journal of Middle East studies 34 (3): 495-517
  • Irini Renieri
0020-7438
Power structure, agency, and family in a Palestinian refugee camp2002 International journal of Middle East studies 34 (3): 519-51
  • Maya Rosenfeld
0020-7438
Women in the limelight: some recent books on Middle Eastern women's history2002 International journal of Middle East studies 34 (3): 553-73
  • Nikki R. Keddie
0020-7438review article
Activism and social development in the Middle East2002 International journal of Middle East studies 34 (1): 1-28
  • Asef Bayat
0020-7438
Metaphors of commerce: trans-valuing tribalism in Yemeni audiocassette poetry2002 International journal of Middle East studies 34 (1): 29-57
  • W. Flagg Miller
0020-7438
The Armenian question and the wartime fate of the Armenians as documented by the officials of the Ottoman empire's World War I allies: Germany and Austro-Hungary2002 International journal of Middle East studies 34 (1): 59-85
  • Vahakn N. Dadrian
0020-7438
Turkish conservative modernism: birth of a national quest for cultural renewal2002 International journal of Middle East studies 34 (1): 87-112
  • Nazim Irem
0020-7438
Din-u Devlet all over again ? The politics of military secularism and religious militarism in Turkey following the 1980 coup2002 International journal of Middle East studies 34 (1): 113-27
  • Sam Kaplan
0020-7438
After 1860: debating religion, reform, and nationalism in the Ottoman empire2002 International journal of Middle East studies 34 (4): 601-17
  • Ussama Makdisi
0020-7438
Intra-communal and inter-communal dimensions of conflict and peace in Lebanon2002 International journal of Middle East studies 34 (4): 619-44
  • Oren Barak
0020-7438
Workers, peasants, and peddlers: a study of labor stratification in the post-revolutionary Iran2002 International journal of Middle East studies 34 (4): 667-90
  • Farhad Nomani
  • Sohrab Behdad
0020-7438
The reform movement and the debate on modernity and tradition in contemporary Iran2002 International journal of Middle East studies 34 (4): 719-31
  • Said Amir Arjomand
0020-7438review article
Money, religion and politics: the Oudh bequest in Najaf and Karbala', 1850-19032001 International journal of Middle East studies 33 (1): 1-21
  • Meir Litvak
0020-7438in special section 'Religious minorities in the Arab world'
The forced conversion of Jewish orphans in Yemen2001 International journal of Middle East studies 33 (1): 23-47
  • Bat-Zion Eraqi-Klorman
0020-7438in special section 'Religious minorities in the Arab world'
From tyranny to despotism: the Enlightenment's unenlightened image of the Turks2001 International journal of Middle East studies 33 (1): 49-68
  • Aslı Çırakman
0020-7438in special section 'The political economy of the Ottoman empire and the Turkish republic'
Woman in Islam: men and the [women's press] in turn-of-the-20th-century Egypt2001 International journal of Middle East studies 33 (2): 171-201
  • Marilyn Booth
H6/KW [INTERNATIONAL-]0020-7438
A state of two minds: state cultures, women and politics in Kuwait2001 International journal of Middle East studies 33 (2): 203-20
  • Mary Ann Tétreault
H6/KW [INTERNATIONAL-]0020-7438
Rethinking the Cold War and decolonization: the grand strategy of the Algerian war for independence2001 International journal of Middle East studies 33 (2): 221-45
  • Matthew Connelly
H6/KW [INTERNATIONAL-]0020-7438
'Ever a guest in our house': the Emir Abdullah, Shaykh Majid Al- 'Adwan, and the practice of Jordanian house politics, as remembered by Umm Sultan, the widow of Majid2001 International journal of Middle East studies 33 (2): 247-69
  • Andrew Shryock
  • Sally Howell
H6/KW [INTERNATIONAL-]0020-7438
Sources for the socio-economic study of rural Morocco2001 International journal of Middle East studies 33 (2): 271-90
  • Hsain Ilahiane
  • Thomas Park
H6/KW [INTERNATIONAL-]0020-7438
Selling and saving [mother Iran]: gender and Iranian press in 19402001 International journal of Middle East studies 33 (3): 335-61
  • Camron Michael Amin
H6/KW [INTERNATIONAL-]0020-7438
'Nationalism' and Kurdish notables in the late Ottoman-early republican era2001 International journal of Middle East studies 33 (3): 383-409
  • Hakan Özogţlu
H6/KW [INTERNATIONAL-]0020-7438