1 edition of Configuring identity in the modern Arab East found in the catalog.
Configuring identity in the modern Arab East
Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
|Statement||edited by Samir M. Seikaly|
|LC Classifications||HN766.A8 C655 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 165 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||165|
|LC Control Number||2010331790|
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Editor: Samir M. Seikaly Language: English Subject: Middle East Studies Publication Date: Number of Pages: Book Dimensions: * cm Cover Type: Paperback Shipping Weight: Kg (view s hipping rates) ISBN: Includes: Index Price: $8 This is a collection of papers from a conference entitled “Political Identity in the Arab East in the Twentieth Century," hosted by.
Editor: Samir M. Seikaly Language: English Subject: Middle East Studies Publication Date: Number of Pages: Book Dimensions: 15 x 22 cm Cover Type: Hard Cover Shipping Weight: kg ISBN: Includes: Index Price: $ This is a collection of papers from a conference entitled “Political Identity in the Arab East in the Twentieth Century," hosted by the Center for Arab.
Genre/Form: Aufsatzsammlung: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Configuring identity in the modern Arab East. Beirut, Lebanon: American University of Beirut Press, © Dwight F.
Reynolds brings together a collection of essays by leading international scholars to provide a comprehensive and accessible survey of modern Arab culture, from the early nineteenth to the twenty-first century.
The chapters survey key issues necessary to any understanding of the modern Arab World: the role of the various forms of the Arabic language in modern culture and identity; the. The chapters survey key issues necessary to any understanding of the modern Arab World: the role of the various forms of the Arabic language in modern culture and identity; the remarkable intellectual transformation undergone during the 'Nahda' or 'Arab Renaissance' of the late nineteenth and early twentieth century, the significant role played.
"Examines a crucial period in Arabic literature which has received insufficient attention previously--the pre-modern writers of the 19th century whose journalism and fiction not only shaped contemporary opinion but also subtly molded the contours and boundaries of discourse for the generations that followed."--Michael Beard, University of North Dakota Dynamic and original, this study of.
The Arab awakening of the early 20th century, was essentially secular. It was about Arab nationalism, it was about defining people in accordance with the language they spoke, Arabic, not by their religion, Muslim or otherwise. So the Arab awakening had a certain secular thrust in the early 20th century.
But that is hardly the case now. A History of the Modern Middle East examines the profound and often dramatic transformations of the region in the past two centuries, from the Ottoman and Egyptian reforms, through the challenge of Western imperialism, to the impact of US foreign policies.
Built around a framework of political history, while also carefully integrating social, cultural, and economic developments, this Reviews: Arab identity is the objective or subjective state of perceiving oneself as an Arab and as relating to being Arab.
Like other cultural identities, it relies on a common culture, a traditional lineage, the common land in history, shared experiences including underlying conflicts and confrontations.
Foundations of Modern Arab Identity (Gainesville, Florida: University Press of Florida, ) is a book by Arab American scholar Stephen Sheehi. Published inFoundations of Modern Arab Identity is a pioneering study of the Arab Renaissance or al-Nahda, critically engaging the "intellectual struggles that ensued when Arab writers internalized Western ways of defining themselves and their.
The fall of the Ottoman Empire in and its partitioning into Turkey and the new Arab countries was a key moment in the evolution of the region known as the Middle East. The emergence of new nation-states and their encounter with the modern West led to other influential political and cultural events, which in turn contributed to the.
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The period under consideration was one of profound political, ethnographic, and ideological transformation in the Middle East. The centralizing policies and Turkish-nationalist agenda of the ruling Committee of Union and Progress (Young Turks) in the years following the Ottoman Empire’s Revolution led to tensions with sociopolitical elites in the empire’s Arabic-speaking regions.
Identity, Culture and Democratization: The Case of Egypt Nicola Pratt University of East Anglia Abstract This article seeks to present an alternative approach to understanding the failure of democratization in the Arab world by locating the problem of democracy-building within the logic of the process of reproducing national identity and.Another important marker of identity in the pre-modern Middle East was gender.
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