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  • 1. Contentions

    2. Resurrecting Empire—Rashid Khalidi

    3. Islam, Terrorism, and the West—Sadik J. Al-Azm

    4. Introduction: Mourning and Memory—Rebecca Saunders and Kamran Aghaie

    5. Places of Memory and Mourning: Palestinian Commemoration in the Refugee Camps of Lebanon—Laleh Khalili

    6. A Mahatma for Mourners and Militants: The Social Memories of Mohandas Gandhi in Arampur—Peter Gottschalk

    7. "We Still Want the Truth": The ANC's Angolan Detention Camps and Post-Apartheid Memory—Todd Cleveland

    8. The Mourning of History and the History of Mourning: The Evolution of Ritual Commemoration of the Battle of Karbala—Ali J. Hussain

    9. Generations of Memory: Remembering Partition in India/Pakistan and Israel/Palestine—Jonathan D. Greenberg

    10. Truth Commissions, Human Rights Trials, and the Politics of Memory—Kimberly Lanegran

    11. Living Ashura in Lebanon: Mourning Transformed to Sacrifice—Lara Deeb

    12. Stories and Song in Iraq and South Africa: From Individual Trauma to Collective Mourning Performances—Kimberly Wedeven Segall

    13. Remembering the Dead: Laments and Photographs—Gail Holst-Warhaft

    14. Spirits of Dissent: Southeast Asian Memories and Disciplines of Death—Jean M. Langford

    15. Gender, Memory, Trauma: Women's Novels On The Partition Of India—Ananya Jahanara Kabir

    16. Public and Private Memory of the Lebanese Civil War—Sune Haugbolle

    17. Forward and Backward: Women's Soccer in Twentieth-Century India—Boria Majumdar

    18. Virginity Violated: Sexual Assault and Respectability in Mid- to Late-Nineteenth-Century Egypt—Mario M. Ruiz

    19. Negotiating Women's Rights: Activism, Class, and Modernization in Pahlavi Iran—Mana Kia

    20. Turkish Foreign Policy Studies—Emine ö. Evered

    21. Antinomies of Modernity: Essays on Race, Orient, Nation, Vasant Kaiwar and Sucheta Mazumdar, eds. —Rebecca Saunders

    22. Hostels, Sexuality, and the Apartheid Legacy: Malevolent Geographies, Glen S. Elder—Evelyne M. Bornier

    23. No Shame for the Sun: Lives of Professional Pakistani Women, Shahla Haeri—Fawzia Afzal-Khan

    24. Voicing Memory: History and Subjectivity in French Caribbean Literature, Nick Nesbitt —Richard Watts

    25. Trans-Status Subjects: Gender in the Globalization of South and Southeast Asia, Sonita Sarker and Esha Niyogi De, eds.—Srirupa Prasad

    26. Islamist Mobilization in Turkey: A Study in Vernacular Politics, Jenny B. White—Öykü Potuoglu-Cook

    27. Picturing the Maghreb: Literature, Photography, (Re)Presentation; Of Suffocated Hearts and Tortured Souls: Seeking Subjecthood through Madness in Francophone Women's Writing of Africa and the Caribbean, Mary B. Vogl, Valérie Orlando —Mary McCullough

    28. Prisoners of the Nuclear Dream, M. V. Ramana and C. Rammanohar Reddy, eds. —Devadatta Gandhi

    29. Black Death: AIDS in Africa; Waiting to Happen: HIV/AIDS in South Africa: The Bigger Picture, Susan S. Hunter

    Liz Walker, Graeme Reid, and Morna Cornell—Amy S. Patterson

    30. Governance on the Ground: Innovations and Discontinuities in Cities of the Developing World, Patricia L. McCarney and Richard E. Stren, eds.—Mehnaaz Momen

    31. Contributors

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