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Alumni Books

Please click on the link below to learn about recent books by Near Eastern Studies alumni:

Ali al Shihabi ’81, The Saudi Kingdom Between the Jihadi Hammer and the Iranian Anvil

Nevzat Uyanik *12, Dismantling the Ottoman Empire: Britain, America and the Armenian Question

Shahab Ahmed *99, What Is Islam? The Importance of Being Islamic

Nadav Samin *13, Of Sand or Soil: Genealogy and Tribal Belonging in Saudi Arabia

Ehud R. Toledano *77 *79, and Dror Ze’evi, eds. Society, Law, and Culture in the Middle East: “Modernities” in the Making

William McCants *06, The ISIS Apocalypse: The History, Strategy, and Doomsday Vision of the Islamic State

Deniz T. Kilinçoğlu *12, Economics and Capitalism in the Ottoman Empire

Karen Bauer *08, Gender Hierarchy in the Qur'ān: Medieval Interpretations, Modern Responses

Tom Papademetriou *01.  Render unto the Sultan: Power, Authority, and the Greek Orthodox Church in the Early Ottoman Centuries

Alan Verskin *10, Islamic Law and the Crisis of the Reconquista: The Debate on the Status of Muslim Communities in Christendom

Fatma Müge Göçek *88, Denial of Violence: Ottoman Past, Turkish Present, and Collective Violence against the Armenians, 1789–2009

Alan Verskin *10. Oppressed in the Land? Fatwās on Muslims Living under Non-Muslim Rule from the Middle Ages to the Present

Kristina Richardson '03. Difference and Disability in the Medieval Islamic World: Blighted Bodies

Fatma Müge Göçek *88. A Question of Genocide

Fatma Müge Göçek *88. Transformation of Turkey

Luke Yarbrough *12 and Oded Zinger *14.The Arabs: A Short History

Akel Ismail Kahera *97. Reading the Islamic City

 

Amy Motlagh *09. Burying the Beloved : Marriage, Realism, and Reform in Modern Iran