restricted access   Volume 23, Number 1&2, 2003

Table of Contents

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

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Special Issue: In Memory of Edward W. Said, 1935-2003

Being Grateful to Edward Said

pp. 3-4

Requiem for Edward Said

p. 5

In Memoriam: Edward W. Said

pp. 6-7

Edward Said: A Tribute

pp. 8-10

Reflections on Edward Said: A Caribbean Perspective

p. 11

Remembering Said

pp. 12-14


Is There A Crisis in Middle East Academic Publishing? The View from a History Journal Editor

pp. 15-17

Comparative (Post)Colonialisms
Guest Edited by Waïl S. Hassan & Rebecca Saunders


pp. 18-31

Francophone Studies and the Linguistic Diversity of the Maghreb

pp. 32-40

Modes of Marginality: Scottish Literature and the Uses of Postcolonial Theory

pp. 41-53

License to Write: Encounters with Censorship

pp. 54-57

Rethinking a Problematic Constellation: Postcolonialism and its Germanic Contexts (Pramoedya Ananta Toer/Multatuli)

pp. 58-69

Preposterous Encounters: Interrupting American Studies with the (Post)Colonial, or Casablanca in the American Century

pp. 70-86

An Exercise in Fictional Liminality: the Postcolonial, the Postcommunist, and Romania's Threshold Generation

pp. 87-105

Exchanging Words: Thematizations of Translation in Arabic Writing from Israel

pp. 106-127

The Tortoise and the Leopard, or the Postcolonial Muse

pp. 128-140

Spanish Orientalism: Uses of the Past in Spain's Colonization in Africa

pp. 141-148

New Directions in Palestinian Historiography
Guest Edited by Issam Nassar

Remapping Palestine and the Palestinians: Decolonizing and Research

pp. 149-151

Theoretical and Methodological Considerations for the Study of Palestinian Society

pp. 152-162

Problematizing Democracy in Palestine

pp. 163-172

Bourgeois Nostalgia and the Abandoned City

pp. 173-180

Legitimizing Jordan as the Holy Land: Papal Pilgrimages--1964, 2000

pp. 181-189

Commemorating Education: Recollections of the Arab College in Jerusalem, 1918-1948

pp. 190-204

The Intifada and the Aid Industry: The Impact of the New Liberal Agenda on the Palestinian NGOs

pp. 205-214

Sifting people, sorting papers: academic practice and the notion of state security in Israel

pp. 215-223

The Post-Territorial Dimensions of a Future Homeland in Israel and Palestine

pp. 224-233


Legitimacy and Succession in Iranian History

pp. 234-245

The Crisis of Identity in Rumi's Tale of the Reed

pp. 246-253

Conversations in Tarangambadi: Caring for the Self in Early Eighteenth Century South India

pp. 254-270

The Categorial Logic of a Colonial Nationalism: Swadeshi Bengal, 1904-1908

pp. 271-285

The Glory that Was: An Exploration of the Iconicity of New Theatres

pp. 286-300

"God Willing": The Politics and Ideology of Islamism in Bangladesh

pp. 301-320

Myths, Lies, and Impotence: Structural Adjustment and Male Voice in Egypt

pp. 321-334

In the Pursuit of Knowledge and Power: French Scienctific Research in West Africa, 1938-65

pp. 335-344

Books Reviews

History at the Limit of World-History (review)

pp. 345-347

Refashioning Iran: Orientalism, Occidentalism and Historiography (review)

pp. 347-349

States of Exception: Everyday Life and Postcolonial Identity (review)

pp. 349-351

The Palestinian-Arab Minority in Israel, 1948-2000 (review)

pp. 351-352

Bearing Witness: Partition, Independence, End of Raj (review)

pp. 352-354

A Buddhist History of the West: Studies in Lack (review)

pp. 354-355

Postcolonial Paradoxes in French Caribbean Writing: Cesaire, Glissant, Conde (review)

pp. 355-356

Subject to Colonialism: African Self-fashioning and the Colonial Library (review)

pp. 356-358

Posts and Pasts: A Theory of Postcolonialism (review)

pp. 358-361

Algeria in Others' Languages (review)

pp. 361-362