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  • 1. Iran's Hostage Crisis: International Legitimacy Matters—R. K. Ramazani

    2. Retrospectives on the Iranian Constitutional Revolution, 1905-1909

    3. Traversing Boundaries and Selves: Iranian-Armenian Identities during the Iranian Constitutional Revolution—Houri Berberian

    4. Nineteenth-Century Qajar Women in the Public Sphere: An Alternative Historical and Historiographical Reading of the Roots of Iranian Women's Activism—Susynne M. McElrone

    5. A World Born through the Chamber of a Revolver: Revolutionary Violence, Culture, and Modernity in Iran, 1906-1911—Mansour Bonakdarian

    6. Civil Liberties and the Making of Iran's First Constitution—Janet Afary

    7. Despots of the World Unite! Satire in the Iranian Constitutional Press: The Majalleh-ye Estebdad, 1907-1908—Ali Gheissari

    8. The Bakhtiyari Tribes in the Iranian Constitutional Revolution—Arash Khazeni

    9. The Tale of the Quchan Maidens as an "Originator" Event of the Constitutional Revolution—Mangol Bayat

    10. Reformation, Islam, and Democracy: Evolutionary and Antievolutionary Reform in Abrahamic Religions—Mohammad Nafissi

    11. Arabic Literary-Scientific Journals: Precedence for Globalization and the Creation of Modernity—Stephen Sheehi

    12. The Issue of Discrimination in Indian Federalism in the Post-1977 Politics of West Bengal—Polly Datta

    13. Satire in Modern Afghanistan—Faridullah Bezhan

    14. Arab Women in Nizar Kabbani's Poetry—Wisam Mansour

    15. Being Palestinian in Israel: Identity, Protest, and Political Exclusion—Sherry Lowrance

    16. Track-II Diplomacy: Lessons from the Middle East, Hussein Agha, Shai Feldman, Ahmad Khalidi, and Ze'ev Scheff—Husam Mohamad

    17. Playing with Identities in Contemporary Music in Africa, Mai Palmberg and Annemette Kirkegaard, eds. —Rebecca Gearhart

    18. Islam and Democracy in the Middle East, Larry Jay Diamond, Marc F. Plattner, and Daniel Brumberg, eds.—Jamal R. Nassar

    19. Screening Culture: Constructing Image and Identity, Heather Norris Nicholson —Joseph J. Bangura

    20. Nation-Building, Propaganda, and Literature in Francophone Africa, Dominic Thomas —Jonathan Gosnell

    21. Afrique sur Seine: Une nouvelle génération de romanciers africains à Paris, Odile Cazenave—Martine M. Fernandes

    22. Broken Lives and Other Stories, Anthonia C. Kalu—Marie-Christine Garneau

    23. The Children of Africa Confront AIDS: From Vulnerability to Possibility, Arvind Singhal and W. Stephen Howard —Njeri Mbugua

    24. Edward Said: The Last Interview; Selves and Others: A Portrait of Edward Said; The Battle of Algiers, Dir. Mike Dibb—Sina Rahmani

    25. Mrs. President: Women and Political Leadership in Iran, Dir. Shahla Haeri—Firoozeh Papan-Matin

    26. Contributors

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