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Series: Studies in Middle Eastern History

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The Aqquyunlu: Clan, Confederation, Empire (Revised and Expanded Edition) by John Woods
Egypt, Islam, and the Arabs : the search for Egyptian nationhood, 1900-1930 by I. Gershoni
The Emergence of Modern Turkey by Bernard Lewis
Iran's first revolution Shi'ism and the constitutional revolution of 1905-1909 by Mangol Bayat
The roots of modern Egypt : a study of the regimes of ơAli Bey al-Kabir and Muhammad Bey Abu al-Dhahab, 1760-1775 by Daniel Crecelius
Saddam's Word: The Political Discourse in Iraq (Studies in Middle Eastern History) by Ofra Bengio
East Encounters West: France and the Ottoman Empire in the Eighteenth Century by Fatma Muge Gocek1987
Language and Change in the Arab Middle East: The Evolution of Modern Arabic Political Discourse by Ami Ayalon1987
The Fertile Crescent, 1800–1914: A Documentary Economic History by Charles Issawi1988
The Turban for the Crown: The Islamic Revolution in Iran by Saïd Amir Arjomand1988
King Hussein and the Challenge of Arab Radicalism: Jordan, 1955-1967 by Uriel Dann1989
Islamic Reform: Politics and Social Change in Late Ottoman Syria by David Dean Commins1990
Nasser's Blessed Movement: Egypt's Free Officers and the July Revolution by Joel Gordon1992
The Imperial Harem: Women and Sovereignty in the Ottoman Empire by Leslie P. Peirce1993
The Making of Saudi Arabia, 1916–1936: From Chieftaincy to Monarchical State by Joseph Kostiner1993
From Abdullah to Hussein: Jordan in Transition by Robert B. Satloff1994
Eunuchs and Sacred Boundaries in Islamic Society by Shaun Marmon1995
The Press in the Arab Middle East: A History by Ami Ayalon1995
The Young Turks in Opposition by M. Şükrü Hanioğlu1995
Cross-Cultural Encounters and Conflicts by Charles Issawi1998
Saddam's Word: Political Discourse in Iraq by Ofra Bengio1998
Pan-Arabism before Nasser: Egyptian Power Politics and the Palestine Question by Michael Doran1999
The Politicization of Islam: Reconstructing Identity, State, Faith, and Community in the Late Ottoman State by Kemal H. Karpat2001
Preparation for a Revolution: The Young Turks, 1902–1908 by Sükrü Hanioglu2001
Lebanon: A History, 600–2011 by William Harris2012

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