restricted access   Volume 29, Number 2, 2009

Table of Contents

What Happened to the African Renaissance?: The Challenges of Development in the Twenty-First Century

pp. 155-170

Sufism and Governmentality in the Late Ottoman Empire

pp. 171-185

Bringing the State Back in, Yet Again: The Debate on Socioreligious Reform in Late-Nineteenth-Century India

pp. 186-200

De-Zoroastrianization and Islamization: The Two Phases of Iran's Religious Transition, 747–837 CE

pp. 201-212

Yoga in Asia—Mimetic History: Problems in the Location of Secret Knowledge

pp. 213-229

Spinning without Touching the Wheel: Anticolonialism, Indian Nationalism, and the Deployment of Symbol

pp. 230-245

Explaining Social Mobilization in Pakistan: A Comparative Case Study of Baluchistan and Azad Kashmir

pp. 246-258

Lust, Greed, Torture, and Identity: Narrations of Conversion and the Creation of the Early Modern Renegade

pp. 259-268

French New Orientalist Narratives from the "Natives": Reading More than Chahdortt Djavann in Paris

pp. 269-280

Abolishing the East: The Dated Nature of Orientalism in the Definition and Ethical Analysis of the Hindu Faith

pp. 281-290

"Lowering Our Prestige": American Cinema, Mass Consumerism, and Racial Anxiety in Colonial India

pp. 291-305

What's Morality Got to Do with It?: Benevolent Hegemony in the International System of South Asia

pp. 306-321

Reading beyond Jasmine and Stars: Reading More than Lolita in Tehran

pp. 322-333

Book Reviews

Being Modern in the Middle East: Revolution, Nationalism, Colonialism, and the Arab Middle Class (review)

pp. 334-336

Empires of Intelligence: Security Services and Colonial Disorder after 1914 (review)

pp. 336-337

The Unending Frontier: An Environmental History of the Early Modern World (review)

pp. 338-339

Lines of the Nation: Indian Railway Workers, Bureaucracy, and the Intimate Historical Self (review)

pp. 339-341

In Spite of Partition: Jews, Arabs, and the Limits of Separatist Imagination (review)

pp. 342-343

Warring Souls: Youth, Media, and Martyrdom in Post-revolution Iran (review)

pp. 343-345

Of Irony and Empire: Islam, the West, and the Transcultural Invention of Africa (review)

pp. 345-347

The Maghrib in the New Century: Identity, Religion, and Politics (review)

pp. 347-348

Bitter Friends, Bosom Enemies: Iran, the U.S., and the Twisted Path to Confrontation (review)

pp. 349-350



pp. 351-352