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  • Tracking Deceptionby William A. Cook

    Dandelion 2011; US$ 9.99

    A Compelling Indictment of the Bush-Sponsored New World Order of Endless Wars against Arabs/Moslems. ‘By rights this book's cover should show Bill Cook, triumphant on the flight deck of Truth, with a big sign behind him saying Mission Accomplished. He nails Bush's lethal Middle East rampages fair and square.’ --Alexander Cockburn, co-editor CounterPunch,... more...

  • Post-Orientalismby Hamid Dabashi; Hamid Dabashi

    Taylor and Francis 2017; US$ 44.95

    Post-Orientalism is a sustained record of Hamid Dabashi's reflections over many years on the question of authority and power. Who gets to represent whom and by what authority? Dabashi's work picks up where Edward Said's Orientalism left off. Said traced the origin of the power of representation and the normative agency that it entails to the colonial... more...

  • Theology of Discontentby Hamid Dabashi

    Taylor and Francis 2017; US$ 49.95

    Scores of books and articles have been published, addressing one or another aspect of the Islamic Revolution in Iran. Missing from this body of scholarship, however, has been a comprehensive analysis of the intellectual and ideological cornerstones of one of the most dramatic revolutions in our time. In this remarkable volume, Hamid Dabashi brings... more...

  • The Banality of Denialby Julian Simon

    Taylor and Francis 2017; US$ 44.95

    The Banality of Denial examines the attitudes of the State of Israel and its leading institutions toward the Armenian Genocide. Israel's view of this issue has special significance and deserves an attentive study, as it is a country composed of a people who were victims of the Holocaust. The Banality of Denial seeks both to examine the passive,... more...

  • The Mystery of Contemporary Iranby Mahnaz Shirali

    Taylor and Francis 2017; US$ 100.00

    The mystery of how an Islamic dictatorship came to power remains more than thirty years after the Islamic Republic's inception in Iran. The precise nature of a regime that calls itself both a republic and Islamic but is neither is little understood. The ayatollahs' unpopularity may have reached unprecedented heights, but their power seems more secure.... more...

  • Empires and Anarchiesby Michael Quentin Morton

    Reaktion Books 2017; US$ 40.00

    Oil lies at the heart of the modern history of the Middle East. For decades, the world’s largest oil reserves have enriched the region’s nations. But oil wealth has not brought with it universal prosperity. It has, though, transformed the Middle Eastern people and societies—enriching empires and engendering anarchies. Empires and Anarchies is an... more...

  • The Dead Sea Scrollsby Weston Fields

    Publication Consultants 2013; US$ 9.99

    Who discovered the Dead Sea Scrolls? When and where were they discovered? How were they saved? Who has them now? Will more be discovered? Have all the scrolls been published? Are some still hidden away? Were there conspiracies to suppress some scrolls? How do the scrolls affect Christianity and Judaism? How similar are the biblical scrolls to our Bible... more...

  • Piracy and Law in the Ottoman Mediterraneanby Joshua M. White

    Stanford University Press 2017; US$ 65.00

    The 1570s marked the beginning of an age of pervasive piracy in the Mediterranean that persisted into the eighteenth century. Nowhere was more inviting to pirates than the Ottoman-dominated eastern Mediterranean. In this bustling maritime ecosystem, weak imperial defenses and permissive politics made piracy possible, while robust trade made it profitable.... more...

  • Arab Attitudes to Israelby Yehoshafat Harkabi

    Taylor and Francis 2017; US$ 54.95

    Because of recent changes in the explicitly declared goals of Arabs in the Palestinian conflict, this book is of singular importance, and no scholar or expert on Middle East affairs can afford to ignore it. This work, by a scholar described as "the doyen of Israeli Arabists," is the result of vast research into the attitude of the Arabs toward Israel,... more...

  • Rural Arab Demography and Early Jewish Settlement in Palestineby David Grossman

    Taylor and Francis 2017; US$ 57.95

    This volume explores the distribution of the rural population in Palestine from the late Ottoman period (1870-1917) to the British Mandate period (1917-1948). The book focuses on demography, specifically migrations, population size, density, growth, and the pattern of distribution in rural Palestine before the inception of Jewish settlement (1882).... more...