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National development and local reform; political participation in Morocco, Tunisia, and Pakistan by Douglas Elliott Ashford1967
Islam in Egypt Today; Social and Political Aspects of Popular Religion by Morroe Berger1970
Partnership and profit in medieval Islam by Abraham L. Udovitch1970
Syrian Christians In Muslim Society, An Interpretation. by Robert M. Haddad1970
Cairo: 1001 Years of the City Victorious by Janet L. Abu-Lughod1971
The political elite of Iran by Marvin Zonis1971
From Madina to Metropolis; Heritage and Change in the Near Eastern City by L. Carl Brown1973
Catalogue of Arabic Manuscripts (Yahuda Section) in the Garrett Collection, Princeton University Library by Rudolph Mach1977
The History of the Maghrib: An Interpretive Essay by Abdallah Laroui1977
Psychological Dimensions of Near Eastern Studies by Pri1977
The Old Social Classes and the Revolutionary Movements of Iraq by Hanna Batatu1978
Jewish Self-Government in Medieval Egypt: The Origins of the Office of Head of the Jews, Ca. 1065-1126 by Mark R. Cohen1980
Loyalty and Leadership in An Early Islamic Society by Roy Mottahedeh1980
Rabat, Urban Apartheid in Morocco by Janet L. Abu-Lughod1980
Iran Between Two Revolutions by Ervand Abrahamian1981
The Islamic Middle East, 700-1900 : studies in economic and social history by Abraham L. Udovitch1981
The Egypt of Nasser and Sadat: The Political Economy of Two Regimes by John Waterbury1983
International politics and the Middle East : old rules, dangerous game by L. Carl Brown1984
Iraq After The Muslim Conquest by Michael G. Morony1984
Knowledge and Power in Morocco: The Education of a Twentieth-Century Notable by Dale F. Eickelman1985
Bureaucrat and Intellectual in the Ottoman Empire: The Historian Mustafa Ali by Cornell H. Fleischer1986
The State and Social Transformation in Tunisia and Libya, 1820-1980 by Lisa Anderson1986
Handlist of Arabic Manuscripts (New Series) in the Princeton University Library.1987
Syria and the French Mandate: The Politics of Arab Nationalism 1920-1945 by Philip S. Khoury1987
Workers on the Nile: Nationalism, Communism, Islam, and the Egyptian Working Class, 1882-1954 by Joel Beinin1987
Living Together Separately: Arabs and Jews in Contemporary Jerusalem by Michael Romann1991
The Transmission of Knowledge in Medieval Cairo: A Social History of Islamic Education by Jonathan Porter Berkey1992
Colonialism and Revolution in the Middle East: Social and Cultural Origins of Egypt's 'Urabi Movement by Juan R. I. Cole1993

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