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  • 1. A Clash of Fanaticisms—C.M. Naim

    2. Introduction—Cemil Aydin and Juliane Hammer

    3. The Tangled Ends of an Empire: Ottoman Encounters with the West and Problems of Westernization—an Overview—Engin Deniz Akarli

    4. Facing "the West" on Philosophical Grounds: A View from the Pavilion of Subjectivity on Meiji Japan—Michael Burtscher

    5. Ziya Gökalp and Provincializing Europe—Andrew Davison

    6. "The West" in the Eyes of the Iranian Intellectuals of the Interwar Years (1919-1939)—Mehrzad Boroujerdi

    7. Romancing the East, Rejecting the West: Japanese Intellectuals' Responses to Modernity in the Early Twentieth Century—Kevin M. Doak

    8. Religious Intellectuals and Western Critiques of Secular Modernity—Ali Mirsepassi

    9. Thinking about Turkish Modernization: Cemil Meriç on Turkish Language, Culture, and Intellectuals—Serdar Poyraz

    10. Between Occidentalism and the Global Left: Islamist Critiques of the West in Turkey—Cemil Aydin

    11. Ghalib and His Interlocutors—Syed Akbar Hyder

    12. The Quest for Manhood: Masculine Hinduism and Nation in Bengal—Subho Basu and Sikata Banerjee

    13. From Mau Mau to Middlesex? The Fate of Europeans in Independent Kenya—Gavin Nardocchio-Jones

    14. Afrique sur Seine: A New Generation of African Writers in Paris; The Production of the Muslim Woman: Negotiating Text, History, and Ideology; Packaging Post/Coloniality: The Manufacture of Literature Identity in the Francophone World—Alison Rice

    15. In Praise of Black Women, Volume 1: Ancient African Queens; In Praise of Black Women, Volume 2: Heroines of the Slavery Era; In Praise of Black Women, Volume 3: Modern African Women—Nancy D. Tolson

    16. Searching for a Different Future: The Rise of a Global Middle Class in Morocco—Zakia Salime

    17. Giving Offense: Essays on Censorship—Max Gulias, II

    18. Stigmas of the Tamil Stage: An Ethnography of Special Drama Artists in South India—Chelva Kanaganayakam

    19. Bringing the Empire Home: Race, Class, and Gender in Britain and Colonial South Africa—Joseph K. Adjaye

    20. Theatres of Independence: Drama, Theory, and Urban Performance in Indian since 1947; Poetics, Plays, and Performances: The Politics of Modern Indian Theatre—Shayoni Mitra

    21. Liberation from Liberalization: Gender and Globalization in Southeast Asia—Eric Hooglund

    22. The Pursuit of Pleasure: Drugs and Stimulants in Iranian History, 1500-1900—Leyla Rouhi

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