Middle East historiographies : narrating the Twentieth Century / edited by Israel Gershoni, Amy Singer, Y. Hakan Erdem
- Seattle : University of Washington Press, 
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- viii, 336 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
- Additional Creators:
- Gershoni, I., Singer, Amy, and Erdem, Y. Hakan
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- Pt. 1 The state of the art. Introduction / Israel Gershoni and Amy Singer -- The historiography of the modern Middle East: transforming a field of study / R. Stephen Humphreys -- Pt. 2. Colonialism and nationalism. The historiography of World War I and the emergence of the contemporary Middle East / Charles D. Smith -- Twentieth-century historians and historiography of the Middle East: women, gender, and empire / Julia Clancy-Smith -- Reading genocide: Turkish historiography on the Armenian deportations and massacres of 1915 / Fatma Müge Göçek -- Pt. 3. Narratives of crisis. The theory of crisis and the crisis in a theory: intellectual history in twentieth-century Middle Eastern studies / Israel Gershoni -- The historiography of crisis in the Egyptian political economy / Ellis Goldberg -- Pt. 4. Emerging voices. On gender, history, . . . and fiction / Marilyn Booth -- Will that subaltern ever speak? Finding African slaves in the historiography of the Middle East / Eve M. Troutt Powell -- Muslim religious extremism in Egypt: a historiographical critique of narratives / Juan R. I. Cole -- Audiovisual media and history of the Arab Middle East / Walter Armbrust.
- 0295986042 (pbk. : alk. paper)
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- Includes bibliographical references and index.
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