CHICAGO STUDIES ON THE MIDDLE EAST

A SERIES PUBLISHED BY
THE CENTER FOR MIDDLE EASTERN STUDIES
THE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO

 

The Criminal Underworld in a Medieval Islamic Society
Narratives from
Cairo and Damascus
under the Mamluks

Jordan in the
Late Middle Ages

Transformation
of the Mamluk Frontier

Ismaili and Fatimid Studies
in Honor of
Paul E. Walker

By Carl F. Petry


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Hardcover $70.00

By Bethany J. Walker


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Hardcover $70.00

Edited by Bruce D. Craig


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Hardcover $59.95

 

Imperial Power
and Maritime Trade

Mecca and Cairo
in the Later Middle Ages

Power and Patronage in Medieval Syria
The Architecture and Urban Works of Tankiz al-Nasiri

Palestine in the Evolution of Syrian Nationalism
(1918-1920)

By John L. Meloy


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Hardcover $59.95

By Ellen Kenney


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Hardcover $79.95

By Muhannad Salhi


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Hardcover $59.95

 

The Wine of Love and Life
Ibn al-Farid's al-Khamriyah and al-Qaysari's Quest for Meaning

Commemorating the Nation
Collective Memory, Public Commemoration,
and National Identity in Twentieth-Century Egypt

Revolutionary Melodrama
Popular Film and Civic Identity in Nasser's Egypt

Edited, Translated, and Introduced by Th. Emil Homerin


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Hardcover $59.95

By Israel Gershoni
and James Jankowski


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Hardcover $59.95

By Joel Gordon


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Hardcover $59.95

 

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Authors are invited to submit finished manuscripts for consideration. Works in all disciplines of the humanities and social sciences dealing with the Middle East since the sixth century CE are within the purview of the series.
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Chicago Studies on the Middle East
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