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  Volume 24, Number 1, 2004

Table of Contents

From: Comparative Studies of South Asia, Africa and the Middle East

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What Might Education Mean After Abu Ghraib: Revisiting Adorno's Politics of Education

pp. 3-22

Sex, Gender, and Family Structure
Guest Edited by A. Holly Shissler

Courting Krishna on the Banks of the Ganges: Gender and Power in a Hindu Women's Ritual Tradition

pp. 23-32

Quarantined: Women and the Partition

pp. 33-46

Rethinking Religion: Progress and Morality in the Early Twentieth-Century Iranian Women's Press

pp. 47-54

Negotiating Virginity: Narratives of Defloration from late nineteenth-century Egypt

pp. 55-65

Gendering the Chain Migration Thesis: Women and Syrian Transatlantic Migration, 1878-1924

pp. 67-78

Importing "Beauty Culture" into Iran in the 1920s and 1930s: Mass Marketing Individualism in an Age of Anti-Imperialist Sacrifice

pp. 79-95

The Dangers of Dancing: The Media and Morality in 1930s Egypt

pp. 97-105

Beauty Is Nothing to Be Ashamed Of: Beauty Contests As Tools of Women's Liberation in Early Republican Turkey

pp. 107-122

Collaboration and Empire in the Middle East and North Africa
Guest Edited by Julia Clancy-Smith

Collaboration and Empire in the Middle East and North Africa: Introduction and Response

pp. 123-127

Britain's Native Agents in Arabia and Persia in the Nineteenth Century

pp. 129-137

Collaboration and "Pacification": French Conquest, Moroccan Combatants, and the Transformation of the Middle Atlas

pp. 139-146

The Shabiba Islamiyya of Algiers: Education, Authority, and Colonial Control, 1921-57

pp. 147-154

September 11th: Global Impacts
Guest Edited by Louise Cainkar

Introduction: Global Impacts of September 11

pp. 155-158

Deciphering Iran: The Political Evolution of the Islamic Republic and U.S. Foreign Policy After September 11

pp. 159-172

Islamic Tourism: Rethinking the Strategies of Tourism Development in the Arab World After September 11, 2001

pp. 173-182

Palestine and the "War on Terror"

pp. 183-195

From "Secessionist Rebels" to "Al-Qaeda Shock Brigades": Assessing Russia's Efforts to Extend the Post-September 11th War on Terror to Chechnya

pp. 197-209

Muslims and Christians in Nigeria: Attitudes towards the United States from a Post-September 11th Perspective

pp. 211-218

Youth Culture, Citizenship and Globalization: South Asian Muslim Youth in the United States after September 11th

pp. 219-231

Strangers Within in the "Lucky Country": Arab-Australians after September 11

pp. 233-243

Post 9/11 Domestic Policies Affecting U. S. Arabs and Muslims: A Brief Review

pp. 245-248


Imagining an Imperial Race: Egyptology in the Service of Empire

pp. 249-259

The African Academic Diaspora in the United States and Africa: The Challenges of Productive Engagement

pp. 261-275

Book Reviews

Social Welfare in Muslim Societies in Africa (review)

pp. 277-278

Persepolis: The Story of a Childhood, and: Reading Lolita in Tehran: A Memoir in Books (review)

pp. 278-280

Transforming Female Identities: Women's Organizational Forms in West Africa (review)

pp. 280-281

The Nation and Its "New" Women: The Palestinian Women's Movement 1920-1948 (review)

pp. 281-283

Encounter Images in the Meetings between Africa and Europe (review)

pp. 283-286

Voices from Iran: The Changing Lives of Iranian Women (review)

pp. 286-289

Identity and Beyond: Rethinking Africanity (review)

pp. 289-290

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