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"The cedar revolution": Lebanese independence and the question of collective self-determination2009 British journal of Middle Eastern studies 36 (2): 195-214
  • Ersun N. Kurtulus
H6/KW [BRITISH-]1353-0194
Lebanese Shi'ites and the Marja'iyya: polemic in the late twentieth century2009 British journal of Middle Eastern studies 36 (2): 215-39
  • Rula Jurdi Abisaab
H6/KW [BRITISH-]1353-0194
Genealogies of fundamentalism: Salafi discourse in nineteenth-century Baghdad2009 British journal of Middle Eastern studies 36 (2): 267-80
  • Itzchak Weismann
H6/KW [BRITISH-]1353-0194
A purist Jihadi-Salafi: the ideology of Abu Mahammad al-Maqdisi2009 British journal of Middle Eastern studies 36 (2): 281-97
  • Joas Wagemakers
H6/KW [BRITISH-]1353-0194
Gender and diversity in the Middle East and North Africa2008 British journal of Middle Eastern studies 35 (3): 295-304
  • Zahia Smail Salhi
H6/kw [british-]1353-0194introduction to special issue 'Gender and diversity in the Middle East and North Africa'
Masculinity in crisis: the case of Palestinians in Israel2008 British journal of Middle Eastern studies 35 (3): 305-23
  • Amalia Sa'ar
  • Taghreed Yahia-Younis
H6/kw [british-]1353-0194in special issue 'Gender and diversity in the Middle East and North Africa'
The central role of the family law in the Moroccan feminist movement2008 British journal of Middle Eastern studies 35 (3): 325-37
  • Fatima Sadiqi
H6/kw [british-]1353-0194in special issue 'Gender and diversity in the Middle East and North Africa'
Steps to the integration of Moroccan women in development2008 British journal of Middle Eastern studies 35 (3): 339-48
  • Moha Ennaji
H6/kw [british-]1353-0194in special issue 'Gender and diversity in the Middle East and North Africa'
Gender equality in Tunisia2008 British journal of Middle Eastern studies 35 (3): 349-61
  • Amel Grami
H6/kw [british-]1353-0194in special issue 'Gender and diversity in the Middle East and North Africa'
Party politics of the AKP (2002-2007) and the predicaments of women at the intersection of the westernist, Islamist and feminist discourses in Turkey2008 British journal of Middle Eastern studies 35 (3): 363-84
  • Ayşe Gunes Ayata
  • Fatma Tütüncü
H6/kw [british-]1353-0194in special issue 'Gender and diversity in the Middle East and North Africa'
Women and media in Saudi Arabia: rhetoric, reductionism and realities2008 British journal of Middle Eastern studies 35 (3): 385-404
  • Naomi Sakr
H6/kw [british-]1353-0194in special issue 'Gender and diversity in the Middle East and North Africa'
Iraqi women and gender relations: redefining difference2008 British journal of Middle Eastern studies 35 (3): 405-18
  • Nadje Al-Ali
H6/kw [british-]1353-0194in special issue 'Gender and diversity in the Middle East and North Africa'
The discursive occupation of Afghanistan2008 British journal of Middle Eastern studies 35 (3): 419-35
  • Anila Daulatzai
H6/kw [british-]1353-0194in special issue 'Gender and diversity in the Middle East and North Africa'
Gender, citizenship and political agency in Lebanon2008 British journal of Middle Eastern studies 35 (3): 437-51
  • Lina Khatib
H6/kw [british-]1353-0194in special issue 'Gender and diversity in the Middle East and North Africa'
'Conducting fieldwork in the Middle East': report of a workshop held at the University of Edinburgh on 12 February 20072008 British journal of Middle Eastern studies 35 (2): 151-71
  • Paul Anderson
  • Yasir Suleiman
H6/kw [british-]1353-0194
Electoral systems in a divided society: the case of Afghanistan2007 British journal of Middle Eastern studies 34 (1): 1-21
  • Carol J. Riphenburg
H6/kw [british-]1353-0194
Mustafa Shu'a'iyan and Fada'iyan-i Khalq: frontal politics, Stalinism and the role of intellectuals in Iran2007 British journal of Middle Eastern studies 34 (1): 43-61
  • Peyman Vahabzadeh
H6/kw [british-]1353-0194
Judaeo-Romance and Judaeo-Arabic word-list from the Genizah2007 British journal of Middle Eastern studies 34 (1): 63-74
  • Avihai Shivtiel
H6/kw [british-]1353-0194
The immoveable fight over the transitional nature of Israeli identity2007 British journal of Middle Eastern studies 34 (1): 75-84
  • Nir Yehudai
H6/kw [british-]1353-0194review article on Israeli identity in transition by A Shapira (Westport: Praeger, 2004), on Who's left in Israel: radical political alternatives for the future of Israel by D Leon (Brighton: Sussex Academic Pr, 2004), and on The hero and his shadow: psychopolitical aspects of myth and reality in Israel by E Shalit (Lanham: Univ Pr of America, 2004)
Hasan Bey Shukri and his contribution to the integration of Jews in the Haifa municipality at the time of the British mandate2006 British journal of Middle Eastern studies 33 (1): 19-36
  • Tamir Goren
H6/kw [british-]1353-0194
Oil politics and tribal rulers in eastern Arabia: the reign of Shakhbut (1928-1966)2006 British journal of Middle Eastern studies 33 (1): 37-50
  • Uzi Rabi
H6/kw [british-]1353-0194
Bint al-Shati's Wives of the Prophet: feminist or feminine?2006 British journal of Middle Eastern studies 33 (1): 51-66
  • Ruth Roded
H6/kw [british-]1353-0194
Pulp stories in the repertoire of Egyptian folk singers2006 British journal of Middle Eastern studies 33 (2): 117-29
  • Pierre Cachia
H6/kw [british-]1353-0194
Soqotra: south Arabia's strategic gateway and symbolic playground2006 British journal of Middle Eastern studies 33 (2): 131-60
  • Serge D. Elie
H6/kw [british-]1353-0194
Restoring a lost identity: models of education in modern Islamic thought2006 British journal of Middle Eastern studies 33 (2): 179-97
  • Meir Hatina
H6/kw [british-]1353-0194
The other 'awakening' in Iraq: the women's movement in the first half of the twentieth century2004 British journal of Middle Eastern studies 31 (2): 153-73
  • Noga Efrati
H6/kw [british-]1353-0194
A failed 'nationalist' endeavour: Egyptian-Sudanese textile trade, 1935-19452004 British journal of Middle Eastern studies 31 (2): 175-94
  • David E. Mills
H6/kw [british-]1353-0194
Ibn Rushd (Averroes) and the Egyptian enlightenment movement2004 British journal of Middle Eastern studies 31 (2): 195-213
  • Fauzi M. Najjar
H6/kw [british-]1353-0194
Revelation or revolution: a Gramscian approach to the rise of political Islam2004 British journal of Middle Eastern studies 31 (1): 41-62
  • Thomas J. Butko
H6/KW 'BRITISH-'1353-0194
Non-recognition of post-modern Turkish socio-legal reality and the predicament of women2003 British journal of Middle Eastern studies 30 (1): 25-41
  • Ihsan Yilmaz
H6/KW 'BRITISH-'1353-0194
A comparative study of selected themes in Christian and Islamic fundamentalist discourses2003 British journal of Middle Eastern studies 30 (1): 43-80
  • David Zeidan
H6/KW 'BRITISH-'1353-0194
Albert Hourani: Islam, Christianity and Orientalism2003 British journal of Middle Eastern studies 30 (2): 127-36
  • Derek Hopwood
H6/KW 'BRITISH-'1353-0194
The old German consulate in British East Africa: a Mombasa mansion and its carved door2003 British journal of Middle Eastern studies 30 (2): 137-53
  • P. J. L. Frankl
H6/KW 'BRITISH-'1353-0194
Debating progress in a [serious newspaper for Muslim women]: the periodical Kadin of the post-revolutionary Salonica, 1908-19092003 British journal of Middle Eastern studies 30 (2): 155-81
  • Ayfer Karakaya-Stump
H6/KW 'BRITISH-'1353-0194
'I am by god, fit for high positions': on the political role of women in al-Andalus2003 British journal of Middle Eastern studies 30 (2): 183-209
  • Adrian Gully
  • Nada Mourtaba-Sabbah
H6/KW 'BRITISH-'1353-0194
The study of Arabic philosophy in the twentieth century: an essay on the historiography of Arabic philosophy2002 British journal of Middle Eastern studies 29 (1): 5-25
  • Dimitri Gutas
1353-0194
Ethnicity and national memory: the World Organization of Jews from Arab Countries (WOJAC) in the context of the Palestinian national struggle2002 British journal of Middle Eastern studies 29 (1): 27-56
  • Yehouda Shenhav
1353-0194
Bin Ali's Tunisia: democracy by non-democratic means2002 British journal of Middle Eastern studies 29 (1): 57-78
  • Lari Sadiki
1353-0194
Earth's proud empires pass away: Britain's moment in the Middle East2002 British journal of Middle Eastern studies 29 (2): 109-20
  • Derek Hopwood
1353-0194
Higher education and sociopolitical transformation in Jordan2002 British journal of Middle Eastern studies 29 (2): 137-64
  • Yitzhak Reiter
1353-0194
From the Eastern question to the death of general cordon: representations of the Middle East in the Victorian periodical press, 1876-18852001 British journal of Middle Eastern studies 28 (1): 5-24
  • Paul Auchterlonie
H6/KW [BRITISH-]1353-0194
Jerusalem in the Quir'ān2001 British journal of Middle Eastern studies 28 (1): 25-53
  • Abdallah El-Khatib
H6/KW [BRITISH-]1353-0194
Whatever happened to the Banū Jamā 'a? The tail of scholarly family in Ottoman Syria2001 British journal of Middle Eastern studies 28 (1): 55-65
  • Elizabeth Sirriyen
H6/KW [BRITISH-]1353-0194
Míkhā 'íl Mishāqa - the first historian of modern Syria2001 British journal of Middle Eastern studies 28 (1): 67-87
  • Fruma Zachs
H6/KW [BRITISH-]1353-0194
Machiavelli's Arab precursor: Ibn Ẓafar al-Ṣiqillī2000 British journal of Middle Eastern studies 27 (2): 125-37
  • Adel Fathy Thabit
  • R. Hrair Dekmejian
1353-0194
Tawfīq al-Ḥakīm and the West: a new assessment of the relationship2000 British journal of Middle Eastern studies 27 (2): 165-75
  • Rasheed El-Enany
1353-0194
Islamic fundamentalism and the intellectuals: the case of Naṣr Ḥāmid Abū Zayd2000 British journal of Middle Eastern studies 27 (2): 177-200
  • Fauzi M. Najjar
1353-0194
The Ottoman twilight2000 British journal of Middle Eastern studies 27 (2): 201-7
  • Erik-Jan Zürcher
1353-0194review article
Inscribing the Arab [self]: ButŁrus al-Bustāní and paradigms of subject reform2000 British journal of Middle Eastern studies 27 (1): 7-24
  • Stephen Paul Sheeni
H6/KW [BRITISH-]1353-0194
Understanding Israel's long conflict in Lebanon: the search for an alternative approach to security during the peace process2000 British journal of Middle Eastern studies 27 (1): 25-47
  • Simon Murden
H6/KW [BRITISH-]1353-0194
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