1. Secularism, Ethics, Philosophy: A Case for Epistemic Humility
  2. Susan E. Babbitt
  3. pp. 4-12
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  1. Two Concepts of Secularism
  2. Ramin Jahanbegloo
  3. pp. 13-22
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  1. Faithful Life in an Urfi State
  2. Hassan Yusefi-Eshkevari, Mojtaba Mahdavi, Siavash Saffari
  3. pp. 23-26
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  1. Pre-secular Iranians in a Post-secular Age: The Death of God, the Resurrection of God
  2. Reza Alijani, Mojtaba Mahdavi, Siavash Saffari
  3. pp. 27-33
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  1. Retreat and Return of the Secular in Iran
  2. Saeed Rahnema
  3. pp. 34-45
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  1. Creeping Secularism
  2. Daryoush Ashouri
  3. pp. 46-52
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  1. Ideology and Political Action in the Iranian Revolution
  2. Misagh Parsa
  3. pp. 53-68
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  1. Rethinking the Role of Religion in Iran's History and Politics, 1796–2009
  2. Behrooz Moazami
  3. pp. 69-75
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  1. Islamic Feminism Revisited
  2. Haideh Moghissi
  3. pp. 76-84
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  1. Secularism and the Iranian Militant Left: Political Misconception or Cultural Issues?
  2. Peyman Vahabzadeh
  3. pp. 85-93
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  1. Post-Islamist Trends in Postrevolutionary Iran
  2. Mojtaba Mahdavi
  3. pp. 94-109
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  1. The Islamic Republic of Iran and Its Opposition
  2. Nasser Mohajer, Mehrdad Vahabi
  3. pp. 110-119
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  1. Secularism in the Middle East, Palestine as an Example
  2. Abel Majeed Hamdan
  3. pp. 120-123
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  1. Ijtihad and Lower-Middle-Class Women: Secularism in Rural Bangladesh
  2. Fauzia Erfan Ahmed
  3. pp. 124-132
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  1. The Ottoman Empire from Present to Past: Memory and Ideology in Turkey and the Arab World
  2. Amy Mills, James A. Reilly, Christine Philliou
  3. pp. 133-136
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  1. Crisis and Recovery Narratives in Maghrebi Histories of the Ottoman Period (ca. 1870–1970)
  2. James McDougall
  3. pp. 137-148
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  1. Egyptian Views of Ottoman Rule: Five Historians and Their Works, 1820–1920
  2. Michael J. Reimer
  3. pp. 149-163
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  1. Ottoman Beirut: Crisis, History, and Sectarian Memory
  2. James A. Reilly
  3. pp. 164-171
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  1. When the Clock Strikes Twelve: The Inception of an Ottoman Past in Early Republican Turkey
  2. Christine Philliou
  3. pp. 172-182
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  1. The Ottoman Legacy: Urban Geographies, National Imaginaries, and Global Discourses of Tolerance
  2. Amy Mills
  3. pp. 183-195
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  1. Print Capitalism and Women's Sexual Agency in the Late Ottoman Empire
  2. İrvin Cemil Schick
  3. pp. 196-216
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  1. Sectarian Strife and "National Unity" in Egyptian Films: A Case Study of Hassan and Morqos
  2. Karima Laachir
  3. pp. 217-226
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  1. Introduction: Secularism and Islamism: Iran and Beyond
  2. Saeed Rahnema, Haideh Moghissi
  3. pp. 1-3
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  1. Contributors
  2. pp. 227-230
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