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This book compares the different intellectual atmospheres between the pre-republican and the republican periods and identifies the roots of republican authoritarianism in the intellectual heritage of the earlier period. Visit Seller's Storefront. Standard and expedited shipping options include shipping and handling costs.

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Dyala Hamzah. Gradually, the scholar morphed into the public writer. Located between Empire and Colony, the emerging Arab public sphere was a space of over- and under-regulation, hindering accountability and upsetting allegiances. The communities that Arab intellectuals imagined, including the Pan-Islamic, Pan-Arab and socialist sat astride many a polity and never became contained by post-colonial states. Examining a range of canonical and less canonical authors, this interdisciplinary approach to The Making of the Modern Arab Intellectual will be of interest to students and scholars of the Middle East, history, political science, comparative literature and philosophy.

She holds an M. It covers the social sciences and the humanities in both the pre-modern and the modern periods of the region. While primarily interested in publishing single- authored studies, the series is also open to edited volumes on innovative topics, as well as textbooks and reference works. Bennison and Alison L. All rights reserved. No part of this book may be reprinted or reproduced or utilized in any form or by any electronic, mechanical, or other means, now known or hereafter invented, including photocopying and recording, or in any information storage or retrieval system, without permission in writing from the publishers.

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Learning and scholarship—Social aspects—Arab countries—History—19th century. Learning and scholarship—Social aspects—Arab countries—History—20th century. Intellectuals—Arab countries—History—19th century. Intellectuals— Arab countries—History—20th century. Hamzah, Dyala.

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M She received her Ph. His current project is on the history of everyday life in Lebanon during the Civil War of — She holds a Ph. Leiden: Brill Publishers, He received his Ph. Acknowledgments This book has been too long in the making, for reasons that are better kept untold. My full gratitude goes next to the series editors, Ben Fortna and Ulrike Freitag, who welcomed and supported the project with enthusiasm.

To Sunniva Greve and Joy Adapon, for the wonderful job they did in language editing.

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Last but not least, to the anonymous reviewer who provided constructive criticism and to the editor, Joe Whiting, and his assistant, Suzanne Richardson, who made it all happen. Note on transliteration It is next to impossible to provide complete consistency in the transliteration of Arabic, Hebrew and Ottoman into English. Regarding Arabic and the occasional Ottoman Turkish terms, we have resorted to the system of transliteration used by the International Journal of Middle East Studies.

However, in an endeavor to balance out a philologically accurate translitera- tion and mainstream usages, we chose not to transliterate well-known place names e. Beirut, Cairo, etc. Where this has still happened is usually only in quotations. Even more remarkably perhaps, it brought cohorts from among the new professionals doctors, engineers, teachers and lawyers, but also functionaries to endorse this new public role as an integral part of their own self-image.


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