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  • 1. New Geographies of Modernity—Ali Mirsepassi

    2. Introduction: Globalization and Place—Ali Mirsepassi

    3. In the Eye of the Storm: Islamic Societies and Muslim Women in Globalization Discourses—Mervat F. Hatem

    4. Civil Society and the Predicament of Multiple Publics—Vivek Bhandari

    5. Toward a Normative and Institutional Framework for Cosmopolitan Justice—Abdullahi A. An-Na'im

    6. Globalization and Inequality: A Plea for Cosmopolitan Justice—Fred Dallmayr

    7. Introduction: The Postcolonial Memoirs as a Work of Memory—Ali Mirsepassi

    8. A Border Passage: From Cairo to America — a Woman's Journey—Leila Ahmed

    9. On Borrowed Words: A Memoir of Language—lan Stavans

    10. Critical Comments—Michelle Stephens

    11. Epic and Exile: Comparative Reflections on the Biography of the Prophet Muhammad, Virgil's Aeneid, and Valmiki's Ramayana—Stefan Sperl

    12. Investing by Women or Investing in Women? Merchandise, Money, and Marriage and the Formation of a Prenational Bourgeoisie in Damascus—Leila Hudson

    13. The Conduct of Citizenship in the Case of Turkey's Jewish Minority: Legal Status, Identity, and Civic Virtue Aspects—Sule Toktas

    14. Publicly Intimate Online: Iranian Web Logs in Southern California—Janet A. Alexanian

    15. Shattering the Stereotypes: Muslim Women Speak Out, Fawzia Afzal-Khan, ed. —Hala Halim

    16. International Education Systems and Contemporary Education Reforms, Adel T. Al-Bataineh and Mohamed A. Nur-Awaleh, eds. —James F. Fisher

    17. Child Labor in Sub-Saharan Africa, Loretta E. Bass —Marcia E. Sutherland

    18. "Sicques, Tigers, or Thieves": Eyewitness Accounts of the Sikhs (1606-1809), Amandeep Singh Madra and Parmjit Singh, eds. —Brian Caton

    19. Measuring Democracy and Human Rights in Southern Africa, Henning Melber, comp. —William A. Munro

    20. The Case for Palestine: An International Law Perspective, John Quigley —Susan Akram

    21. For the City Yet to Come: Changing African Life in Four Cities, Abdou Maliq Simone —Faranak Miraftab

    22. Raja Nal and the Goddess: The North Indian Epic Dhola in Performance, Susan Snow Wadley—Leela Prasad

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