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  • 1. Reflections on "Muslim Anger"--Ali Mirsepassi

    2. Religion, Democracy, and Iran: A Modest Proposal--Fred Dallmayr

    3. Mediated Politics in the Middle East: Introduction--Gholam Khiabany and Annabelle Sreberny

    4. Heya TV: A Feminist Counterpublic for Arab Women?--Dina Matar

    5. Cinderella, CVs, and Neighborhood Nemima: Announcing Morocco's Royal Wedding--Susan Ossman

    6. The Political Battlefield of Pro-Arab Video Games on Palestinian Screens--Helga Tawil Souri

    7. Music Mediating Politics in Turkey: The Case of Ahmed Adnan Saygun--Kathryn Woodard

    8.The Politics of/in Blogging in Iran--Gholam Khiabany and Annabelle Sreberny

    9. Introduction: Area Studies, Diaspora Studies, and Critical Pedagogies--Ato Quayson

    10. South Asian Area Studies in Transatlantic Dialogue--Nalini Natarajan

    11. Americas Plural: Old Wine in New Bottles?--James Dunkerley

    12. Pockets of Empire: Integrating the Studies on Social Organizations in Southeast China and Southeast Asia--Kwee Hui Kian

    13. American Studies as Area Studies as Transnational Studies? A European Perspective--Heinz Ickstadt

    14. Where Is the "Other" in This Class?--Ananya Jahanara Kabir

    15. The Contemporary Discourse of Diaspora Studies--Khachig Tölölyan

    16. Islam as a Discursive Tradition: Talal Asad and His Interlocutors--Ovamir Anjum

    17. Negotiating the Forbidden: On Women and Sexual Love in Iranian Cinema--Ziba Mir-Hosseini

    18. Infant Diarrheas in a Sub-Saharan Urban Environment (Yaoundé): An Epidemio-Geographical Approach--Hénock Blaise Nguendo Yongsi, Ndi Humphrey Ngala, and Remy Sietchiping

    19. Producing Desire: Changing Sexual Discourse in the Ottoman Middle East, 1500–1900--Mona L. Russell

    20. The Maphumulo Uprising: War, Law, and Ritual in the Zulu Rebellion--Regan Buck Bardeen

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