TOC: Arab Studies Journal volume 30, no. 2 (Fall 2022)

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Arab Studies Journal volume 30, no. 2 (Fall 2022) is now available from Tadween Publishing.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

ARTICLES

Consultants, Technocrats, and “Model Workers”: The Rise of Scientific Management in Egypt (1945–1968)

Malak Labib

‘Ali al-Sharqi, Hizb al-Nahda, and the Difficulties of Being al-Furati in Mandatory Iraq

Chris Cooper-Davies

 

ESSAYS: CRITICAL ENVIRONMENTAL PERSPECTIVES IN MIDDLE EAST STUDIES

Introduction: Environmental Crisis as Event and Structure

Gabi Kirk and Owain Lawson

Rethinking Climate Refugees and the Syrian Refugee Crisis: An Agrarian Perspective of Displacement

China Sajadian

Selective Crisis: Water Shortages in Cairo’s Elite and Informal Neighborhoods

Noura Wahby

Confronting the Twin Crises of Climate Change and Occupation in Palestine

Gabi Kirk

The Compounding Crises of Agriculture and Colonialism in French Mandate Syria

Elizabeth Williams

 

REVIEWS

Specters of World Literature: Orientalism, Modernity, and the Novel in the Middle East by Karim Mattar

Reviewed by Ziad Dallal

Empires of Antiquities: Modernity and the Rediscovery of the Ancient Near East, 1914–1950 by Billie Melman

Reviewed by Sarah Griswold

Sacrificial Limbs: Masculinity, Disability, and Political Violence in Turkey by Salih Can Açiksöz

Reviewed by Soha Bayoumi

The Remaking of Republican Turkey: Memory and Modernity since the Fall of the Ottoman Empire by Nicholas L. Danforth

Reviewed by Perin Gürel and Gavin Moulton

Between Empire and Nation: Muslim Reform in the Balkans by Milena B. Methodieva

Reviewed by Dženita Karić

The Universal Enemy: Jihad, Empire, and the Challenge of Solidarity by Darryl Li

Reviewed by Flagg Miller

Arab Studies Journal is a peer-reviewed, independent, multidisciplinary journal of Middle Eastern and North African Studies. It is published twice a year by the Arab Studies Institute (ASI) and is affiliated with the Center for Contemporary Arab Studies at Georgetown University.