Published March 1, 2004
by Cambridge University Press .
Written in English
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Rethinking Nationalism in the Arab Middle East 0th Edition by James Jankowski (Editor), Israel Gershoni (Editor) out of 5 stars 1 rating. ISBN ISBN Why is ISBN important? ISBN. This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or edition of a book. The digit and 10 5/5(1). Arab nationalism has been one of the dominant ideologies in the Middle East and North Africa since the early twentieth century. However, a clear definition of Arab nationalism, even as a subject of scholarly inquiry, does not yet : Peter Wien. Today's discourse on nationalism is engaged by dynamic theoretical models derived from studies in literary criticism, cultural anthropology, socioeconomics, and psychology. This is the first book of its kind to apply this new theoretical framework to the Arab Middle East, with essays by Beth Baron, Fred Halliday, Rashid Khalidi, and Emmanuel Sivan. Arab nationalism has been one of the dominant ideologies in the Middle East and North Africa since the early twentieth century. However, a clear definition of Arab nationalism, even as a subject of scholarly inquiry, does not yet exist. Arab Nationalism sheds light on cultural expressions of Arab nationalism and the sometimes contradictory meanings attached to it in the process of identity.
Rethinking the formation of Arab nationalism in the Middle East, old and new narratives / Israel Gershoni --The formation of Yemeni nationalism: initial reflections / Fred Halliday --The tropes of stagnation and awakening in nationalist historical consciousness: the Egyptian case / Gabriel Piterberg --The Arab nationalism of. This book explores the complex relationship between nationalism and liberal thought in the Arab East during the first half of the twentieth century. Examining this formative period through reformist Islam, Arab secularism and Arab literature, the book situates major shifts in the political ideologies and practices of Arab liberals within a historical context. In Rethinking Nationalism in the Arab Middle East, ed. Jankowski, James and Gershoni, Israel, – New York: Columbia University Press, Acute analysis of the role of religion in Palestinian nationalism. This book calls into question the foundational epistemologies of the nation-state by centering on the pivotal and intimate role Islam played in the emergence of the nation-state, showing the entanglements and reciprocities of nationalism and religious thought as they played out in the late nineteenth and early twentieth century Middle East.
Arab nationalism has been one of the dominant ideologies in the Middle East and North Africa since the early twentieth century. However, a clear definition of Arab nationalism, even as a subject of scholarly inquiry, does not yet : Peter Wien. The book should perhaps have included references to the functional aspects of Arab nationalism, especially Arab economic cooperation. But Dawisha has established a sophisticated synthesis among the misfortunes of Arab ideology, the difficult reality of Arab societies, and the vibrancy and dynamism of the Arab masses. Nationalism was the force fueling Middle Eastern politics and which greatly influenced the Middle East in the 20th century. Nationalism cannot be classified as purely good or bad, but looking at the events, which took place in the 20th century I would have to say it was both; the only definite thing I could say about nationalism is that it had. Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Rethinking Nationalism in the Arab Middle East by Israel Gershoni (, Trade Paperback) at the best online prices at eBay! Free shipping for many products!