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1. "I Am All the Prophets": The Poetics of Pluralism in Baha'i Texts–Juan R. I. Cole
2. Late Ottoman Concepts of Slavery (1830s-1880s)–Ehud R. Toledano
3. Ethnic Segmentation, Western Education, and Political Outcomes: Nineteenth-Century Ottoman Society–Fatma Müge Göçek
4. The Egyptian Geographical Society: From Foreign Laymen's Society to Indigenous Professional Association–Donald Malcolm Reid
5. The Autobiography in Modern Arab Literature and Culture–Thomas Philipp
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This is the second installment of a series that grew out of the December 1991 Workshop on Cultural Processes in Muslim and Arab Societies held in Tel Aviv and Jerusalem. The issues employ cultural studies, anthropology, and literary theory to explore various aspects of Middle-Eastern history. Articles examine nationalism, the divisions between elite and popular culture, religious identity, gender, class formation, and the structures of political power.