Rethinking Gender in Revolutions and Resistance
Lessons from the Arab World
Maha El Said, Lena Meari and Nicola Pratt
Can Non-Europeans Think?
with a foreword by Walter Mignolo
Hamid Dabashi
Bread, Freedom, Social Justice
Workers and the Egyptian Revolution
Anne Alexander and Mostafa Bassiouny
After Israel
Towards Cultural Transformation
Marcelo Svirsky
Representing Jihad
The Appearing and Disappearing Radical
The Arab Spring
The End of Postcolonialism
Hamid Dabashi
The Palestine Nakba
Decolonising History, Narrating the Subaltern, Reclaiming Memory
Nur Masalha
Jewish Identity and Palestinian Rights
Diaspora Jewish Opposition to Israel
David Landy
Women, Work and Islamism
Ideology and Resistance in Iran
Elaheh Rostami-Povey
Turkey since 1989
Angry Nation
Kerem Öktem
Palestinian Women
Narrative histories and gendered memory
Fatma Kassem
The New Cultural Climate in Turkey
Living in a Shop Window
Nurdan Gurbilek
Iran, The Green Movement and the USA
The Fox and the Paradox
Hamid Dabashi
Algeria Since 1989
Between Terror and Democracy
James D. Le Sueur
Egypt
The Moment of Change
Rabab El-Mahdi and Philip Marfleet
Women and War in the Middle East
Transnational Perspectives
Edited by Nadje Al-Ali and Nicola Pratt
Impossible Peace
Israel/Palestine since 1989
Mark LeVine
Afghanistan
The Mirage of Peace
Chris Johnson and Jolyon Leslie