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  • 1.Border Crossing -- Nasrin Rahimieh

    2.Comparing Empires: The Ottoman Domains and the British Raj in the Long Nineteenth Century--Dina Rizk Khoury and Dane Kennedy

    3.Gunpowder Empires and the Garrison State: Modernity, Hybridity, and the Political Economy of Colonial India, circa 1750-1860 --Douglas M. Peers

    4. The Ottoman Military and State Transformation in a Globalizing World--Virginia H. Aksan

    5. What's British about Gender and Empire? The Problem of Exceptionalism--Philippa Levine

    6. Gender and Empire in Late Ottoman Istanbul: Caricature, Models of Empire, and the Case for Ottoman Exceptionalism --Palmira Brummett

    7.Excluding and Including "Natives of India": Early-Nineteenth-Century British-Indian Race Relations in Britain--Michael H. Fisher

    8. Shaping and Reshaping Colonial Ottomanism: Contesting Boundaries of Difference and Integration in Ottoman Yemen, 1872-1919--Thomas Kühn

    9. Distorted Development: The Ottoman Empire and British India, circa 1780-1916--C. A. Bayly

    10. Colonies Lost: God, Hunger, and Conflict in Anosy (Madagascar) to 1674--Pier M. Larson

    11. Between Empire, Umma, and the Muslim Third World: The French Union and African Pilgrims to Mecca, 1946-1958--Gregory Mann and Baz Lecocq

    12. The Baluch Role in the Persian Gulf during the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries--Beatrice Nicolini

    13. "Set aside from the pen and cut off from the foot": Imagining the Ottoman Empire and Kurdistan--Christopher Houston

    14. Nonracialism versus Ethnonationalism: Transcending Conflict in Israel/Palestine and South Africa--Donald S. Will

    15. Ahmadinejad's Foreign Policy--Masoud Kazemzadeh

    16. On Mariama Bâ's Novels, Stereotypes, and Silence--Wandia Njoya

    17. Religious Diversity among Sogdian Merchants in Sixth-Century China: Zoroastrianism, Buddhism, Manichaeism, and Hinduism--Frantz Grenet

    18. Multiculturalism, Muslims, and Citizenship: A European Approach--Jon Armajani

    19. Postcolonial Studies and Beyond--Deepika Bahri

    20. First Globalization: The Eurasian Exchange, 1500-1800--Scott Levi

    21. The Art of Truth-Telling about Authoritarian Rule--Magarita Saona

    22.The Islamic Middle East and Japan: Perceptions, Aspirations, and the Birth of Intra-Asian Modernity--Trent Maxey

    23. The Pedagogical State: Education and the Politics of National Culture in Post-1980 Turkey--Nathan J. Brown

    24. Identity Politics on the Israeli Screen--Yaron Shemer

    25. Morocco Bound: Disorienting America's Maghreb, from Casablanca to the Marrakech Express--Christopher Breu

    26. J. M. Coetzee and the Ethics of Reading: Literature in the Event--Carrol Clarkson

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