Studies in Modernity and National Identity

Edited by Sibel Bozdogan and Resat Kasaba

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Everyday Modernity in China

Edited by Madeleine Yue Dong and Joshua Lewis Goldstein

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Islamist Mobilization in Turkey

A Study in Vernacular Politics

by Jenny B. White

This ethnography of contemporary Istanbul charts the success of Islamist mobilization through the eyes of ordinary people. Drawing on interviews gathered over twenty years of fieldwork, White focuses on the appeal of Islamic politics in the fabric of Turkish society and among mobilizing and mobilized elites, women, and educated populations.

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The Landscape of Stalinism

The Art and Ideology of Soviet Space

edited by Evgeny Dobrenko and Eric Naiman

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Modernism and the Middle East

Architecture and Politics in the Twentieth Century

edited by Sandy Isenstadt and Kishwar Rizvi

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A Moveable Empire

Ottoman Nomads, Migrants, and Refugees

by Resat Kasaba

This history of the Ottoman Empire focuses on the migrant groups that lived within its boundaries and their changing relationship to the state's central authorities. Mobile groups played an important role in shaping Ottoman institutions and the early republican structures of modern Turkey.

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Nationalizing Iran

Culture, Power, and the State, 1870-1940

by Afshin Marashi

When Naser al-Din Shah, who ruled Iran from 1848 to 1896, claimed the title Shadow of God on Earth, his authority rested on premodern conceptions of sacred kingship. By 1941, when Mohammad Reza Shah Pahlavi came to power, his claim to authority as the Shah of Iran was infused with the language of modern nationalism. In short, between roughly 1870 and 1940, Iran's traditional monarchy was forged into a modern nation-state.

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