Volume 25, Numbers 2-3, June/September 2014

Table of Contents

Forum: European Encounters with Islam in Asia

Encountering Islam in the Early Modern World

pp. 195-202
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Bad Bread and the “Outrageous Drunkenness of the Turks”: Food and Identity in the Accounts of Early Modern European Travelers to the Ottoman Empire

pp. 203-228
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European Southeast Asia Encounters with Islamic Expansionism, circa 1500–1700: Comparative Case Studies of Banten, Ayutthaya, and Banjarmasin in the Wider Indian Ocean Context

pp. 229-262
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The Perception of Reception: The Importance of Sir Thomas Roe at the Mughal Court of Jahangir

pp. 263-284
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Reviving the Reconquista in Southeast Asia: Moros and the Making of the Philippines, 1565–1662

pp. 285-310
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The Cartography of Herman Moll and European Views of Muslim South Asia, 1700–1730

pp. 311-339
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“In the Name of the Princesses of France”: Marie Petit and the 1706 French Diplomatic Mission to Safavid Iran

pp. 341-371
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Constructing the “Extraordinary Criminals”: Mappila Muslims and Legal Encounters in Early British Colonial Malabar

pp. 373-395
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Islam in Hegel’s Triadic Philosophy of Religion

pp. 397-424
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Book Reviews

Mediterraneans: North Africa and Europe in an Age of Migration, c. 1800–1900 by Julia Clancy-Smith (review)

pp. 425-429
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Makers of Modern India by Ramachandra Guha (review)

pp. 430-434
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The Peculiarities of Liberal Modernity in Imperial Britain ed. by Simon Gunn and James Vernon (review)

pp. 434-437
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Invisible Romans by Robert C. Knapp (review)

pp. 437-439
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Changing Homelands: Hindu Politics and the Partition of India by Neeti Nair (review)

pp. 440-442
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Engineering Nature: Water, Development, and the Global Spread of American Environmental Expertise by Jessica B. Teisch (review)

pp. 442-444
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Captives and Corsairs: France and Slavery in the Early Modern Mediterranean by Gillian Weiss (review)

pp. 444-446
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The Return of Hans Staden: A Go-Between in the Atlantic World by Eve M. Duffy and Alida C. Metcalf (review)

pp. 446-449
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Books Received

pp. 451-454
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