NES-related Authors in Current Issue of IJMES

July 19, 2016

The International Journal of Middle East Studies 48, no. 3, has a strong contingent of NES-related authors. Assistant professor M’hamed Oualdi contributes the article “Mamluks in Ottoman Tunisia: A Category Connecting State and Social Forces”; Sara Pursley, Lecturer in the Council of the Humanities and Near Eastern Studies and Cotsen Postdoctoral Fellow in the Society of Fellows in the Liberal Arts, Council of the Humanities (2014–16), participates in a roundtable, “Gendering Middle East History,” with her presentation “Gender as a Category of Analysis in Development and Environmental History”; assistant professor Jonathan M. Gribetz’s book, Defining Neighbors: Religion, Race, and the Early Zionist-Arab Encounter is reviewed by Laura Robinson; Berrak Burçak (Ph.D. 2005) reviews M. Alper Yalçınkaya’s Learned Patriots: Debating Science, State, and Society in the Nineteenth-Century Ottoman Empire; and Eric Lob (Ph.D. 2013) reviews Ronen A. Cohen’s Revolution under Attack: The Forqan Group of Iran.