Series: Cambridge Middle East Studies

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All the Pasha's Men: Mehmed Ali His Army and the Making of Modern Egypt by Khaled Fahmy
Bazaar and State in Iran: The Politics of the Tehran Marketplace by Arang Keshavarzian
Being Israeli: The Dynamics of Multiple Citizenship by Gershon Shafir
The Birth of the Palestinian Refugee Problem Revisited by Benny Morris
Contesting the Saudi State: Islamic Voices from a New Generation by Madawi al-Rasheed
Heroes and Martyrs of Palestine: The Politics of National Commemoration by Laleh Khalili
Iran's Intellectual Revolution by Mehran Kamrava
Israel's Holocaust and the Politics of Nationhood by Idith Zertal
Rethinking Tradition in Modern Islamic Thought by Daniel W. Brown
Secularism and Muslim Democracy in Turkey by M. Hakan Yavuz
The War for Palestine: Rewriting the History of 1948 by Eugene L. Rogan
Frontiers of the State in the Late Ottoman Empire: Transjordan, 1850-1921 by Eugene L. Rogan12

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