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Faculty Books

Click on the links below to see the latest books of NES faculty:


Michael Cook, The New Cambridge History of Islam.

Jonathan Marc Gribetz,  Defining Neighbors: Religion, Race, and the Early Zionist-Arab Encounter.

M. Şükrü Hanioğlu, Atatürk: An Intellectual Biography.

M. Şükrü Hanioğlu, A Brief History of the Late Ottoman Empire.


Bernard Haykel, Revival and Reform in Islam: The Legacy of Muhammad al-Shawkani.


Thomas Hefter, The Reader in al-Jahiz.


M’hamed Oualdi, Esclaves et maîtres: les Mamelouks des beys de Tunis du XVIIe siècle aux années 1880.

Michael Reynolds, Shattering Empires:The Clash and Collapse of the Ottoman and Russian Empires 1908–1918.

Michael A. Reynolds, ed. Constellations of the Caucasus: Empires, Peoples, and Faiths.

Marina Rustow, Heresy and the Politics of Community: The Jews of the Fatimid Caliphate.

Marina Rustow, Arnold E. Franklin, Roxani Eleni Margariti, and Uriel Simonsohn, eds. Jews, Christians and Muslims in Medieval and Early Modern Times: A Festschrift in Honor of Mark R. Cohen.


Cyrus Schayegh, Who Is Knowledgeable Is Strong: Science, Class, and the Formation of Modern Iranian Society, 1900–1950.


Muhammad Qasim Zaman, Modern Islamic Thought in a Radical Age: Religious Authority and Internal Criticism.

Muhammad Qasim Zaman, et al., eds. The Princeton Encyclopedia of Islamic Political Thought.