Middle Eastern Peoples and Cultures
Sixth Edition • July 12, 2016 • 600 pages
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The definitive history of the Modern Middle East, focusing primarily on the past two centuries of profound and dramatic change in the region.
Second Edition • July 12, 2016 • 338 pages
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An illuminating contributed volume by noted experts on the impact and aftereffects of the Arab Spring revolutions, both in the Middle East and around the world.
Eleventh Edition • July 7, 2015 • 524 pages
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A straightforward, chronological narrative of the history of the Middle East; a classic in its field.
Sixth Edition • December 24, 2013 • 728 pages
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Now in its sixth edition, this classic text continues to be the most comprehensive and authoritative geographical study of the region.
Second Edition • December 3, 2013 • 560 pages
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Student Economy Edition available. Combining elements of comparative politics with a country-by-country analysis, author David S. Sorenson provides a complete and accessible introduction to the modern Middle East. With an emphasis on the politics of the region, the text also dedicates chapters specifically to the history, religions, and economies of…
Fifth Edition • August 6, 2013 • 576 pages
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Student Economy Edition available. The 2013 updated fifth edition of the acclaimed The Middle East and the United States brings together scholars and diplomats from the Middle East, Europe, and North America to provide an objective, cross-cultural assessment of US policy toward the Middle East. Regional experts David W. Lesch…
Second Edition • July 30, 2013 • 376 pages
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This innovative book analyzes the relationship between religion and politics in the Middle East through a comparative study of five countries—Egypt, Israel, Turkey, Iran, and Saudi Arabia. Robert D. Lee examines each country in terms of four domains in which state and religion necessarily interact: national identity, ideology, institutions, and…
Third Edition • November 27, 2012 • 448 pages
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The Contemporary Middle East provides an accessible introduction to the region’s most pressing concerns and enduring conflicts. It includes provocative contributions by an impressive array of leading scholars, journalists, and policy advisors. Contributors include notable academic authors Arthur Goldschmidt Jr., the late William L. Cleveland, Shibley Telhami, David W. Lesch,…
Fifth Edition • July 31, 2012 • 320 pages
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Islam and Human Rights is a probing examination of how the Islamic tradition has been exploited for political ends by regimes and institutions seeking to legitimize policies inimical to human rights. Ann Elizabeth Mayer critically appraises Islamic human rights schemes that dilute the human rights afforded by international law, comparing…
First Edition • March 1, 2010 • 456 pages
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Contemporary approaches to comparative studies of the Middle East increasingly recognize how globalization and regional mass communication have blurred differences across countries. Populations travel across national borders and compare narratives about political change, economic futures, and the role of the outside world in shaping their lives. Organized by five principal…