Books

Reading the Arab World

Reading the Arab World

Reading the Arab World (Routledge, 2021) by Yehia Mohamed allows students to learn how the Arabic language works in the real world. The content-based textbook for intermediate to advanced students is…
Darfur Allegory

Darfur Allegory

Darfur Allegory (University of Chicago Press, 2021) by Rogaia Abusharaf  is a dispatch from the humanitarian crisis that explains the historical and ethnographic background to competing narratives that have informed…
Palestine as Metaphor

Palestine as Metaphor

Palestine as Metaphor (Olive Branch Press) gives insight into of the greatest Arabic language poets of the 20th century, the late Palestinian author and cultural icon Mahmoud Darwish. The book…
The Interest Group Society

The Interest Group Society

Considered the gold standard on interest group politics, this book analyzes interest groups within the intuitive framework of democratic theory. Readers gain an understanding of the workings of interest groups…
Locating the Shari’a

Locating the Shari'a

The study of the sharīʿa has enjoyed a renaissance in the last two decades and it will continue to attract interdisciplinary attention given the ongoing social, political and religious developments…
Fatima Jinnah: Mother of the Nation

Fatima Jinnah: Mother of the Nation

Although fifty years have passed since the death of Fatima Jinnah – author, activist and stateswoman known in Pakistan as the ‘mother of the nation’ – this is the first…

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