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  • Fertile Bondsby Suzanne E. Joseph

    University Press of Florida 2013; US$ 74.95

    With an average of over nine children per family, older cohorts of Bedouin in the Bekaa Valley of Lebanon have one of the highest fertility rates in the world. Many married couples in this pastoral community are close relatives--a socially advantageous practice that reflects the deep value Bedouins place on kinship. To outsiders, such family norms... more...

  • The Druze Community and the Lebanese Stateby Yusri Hazran

    Taylor and Francis 2014; US$ 150.00

    One of the fundamental questions of Middle Eastern, and Lebanese studies in particular, is the history of the relationship between the Druze community and the state in modern Lebanon. Arguing that the Druze community has been politically alienated from the Lebanese state, this book explores the historical and political origins of this alienation.... more...

  • The Shi'is of Jabal 'Amil and the New Lebanonby Tamara Chalabi; Fouad Ajami

    Palgrave Macmillan 2006; US$ 105.00

    Tamara Chalabi highlights the development of a 'politics of demand' and the increased political activism of this community in a time of great change. It also explores how Arab nationalism was transformed from an ideology of opposition and empowerment of marginal communities, into a tool for the assertion of political domination. more...

  • The Shiites of Lebanon under Ottoman Rule, 1516?1788by Stefan Winter

    Cambridge University Press 2010; US$ 32.00

    This book offers a perspective on the previously ignored history of the Shiites as a constituent of Lebanese society. more...

  • Warriors of Godby Nicholas Blanford

    Random House Publishing Group 2011; US$ 30.00

    Hezbollah is the most powerful Islamist group operating in the Middle East today, and no other Western journalist has penetrated as deeply inside this secretive organization as Nicholas Blanford. Now Blanford has written the first comprehensive inside account of Hezbollah and its enduring struggle against Israel. Based on more than a decade and a half... more...

  • Shi'ite Lebanonby Roschanack Shaery-Eisenlohr

    Columbia University Press 2008; US$ 26.99

    By recasting the relationship between religion and nationalism in the Middle East, Roschanack Shaery-Eisenlohr proposes a new framework for understanding Shi'ite politics in Lebanon. Her study draws on a variety of untapped sources, reconsidering not only the politics of the established leadership of Shi'ites but also institutional and popular activities... more...

  • (Re)Constructing Armenia in Lebanon and Syriaby Nicola Migliorino

    Berghahn Books 2008; US$ 99.00

    For almost nine decades, since their mass-resettlement to the Levant in the wake of the Genocide and First World War, the Armenian communities of Lebanon and Syria appear to have successfully maintained a distinct identity as an ethno-culturally diverse group, in spite of representing a small non-Arab and Christian minority within a very different,... more...

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