1. Editors' Note
  2. pp. 223-224
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  1. Introduction: Race, Law, and Exception
  2. Sarah Ghabrial
  3. pp. 225-229
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  1. States of Exception and Their Targets: Racialized Groups, Activists, and the Civilian Population
  2. Vanessa Codaccioni
  3. pp. 230-236
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  1. Reading Agamben from Algiers: The Racial Metonymy of Permanent Exception
  2. Sarah Ghabrial
  3. pp. 237-242
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  1. Terrorism Prosecutions, Material Support, and Islamophobia
  2. Wadie E. Said
  3. pp. 243-247
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  1. Current Legacies of Colonial Violence and Racialization in Tunisia
  2. Benoît Challand
  3. pp. 248-255
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  1. Introduction: Reimagining Lex Mercatoria
  2. Jeremy J. Kingsley
  3. pp. 257-265
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  1. The Lex Mercatoria Maritima: An Abridgement of the Jurisprudential Principles of the Early Islamic Maritime Qirad
  2. Hassan S. Khalilieh
  3. pp. 266-276
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  1. Lex Mercatoria, Legal Pluralism, and the Modern State through the Lens of the East India Company, 1600–1757
  2. Neilesh Bose, Victor V. Ramraj
  3. pp. 277-290
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  1. Introduction: Minor Cosmopolitanisms: Institutions, Intellectuals, and Ideas between India and Germany
  2. Razak Khan
  3. pp. 291-294
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  1. Entanglements of Translation: Psychology, Pedagogy, and Youth Reform in German and Urdu
  2. Razak Khan
  3. pp. 295-308
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  1. Networks of Knowledge Production: South Asian Muslims and German Scholars in Berlin (1915–30)
  2. Heike Liebau
  3. pp. 309-321
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  1. In Place of an Afterword: On Analyzing "Entanglements" in "Interesting Times"
  2. Ravi Ahuja
  3. pp. 322-328
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  1. 1927: How Seismology Received Islamic Theology
  2. Samera Esmeir
  3. pp. 329-344
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  1. Back to the Future Qasbah: Print and the Timescape of an Islamic Town in British India
  2. Megan Eaton Robb
  3. pp. 345-360
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  1. Specters and Circulation of Meaning: Edebiyat-ı Cedide on Modern Literary Language
  2. Monica Katiboğlu
  3. pp. 361-371
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  1. A New Shahrazad: The Travel Writings of Mahmooda Rizvia between India and Iraq during World War II
  2. Andrew Amstutz
  3. pp. 372-386
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  1. Novel Anxieties: An Ottoman Counter-discourse on Time and Space
  2. Beyza Lorenz
  3. pp. 387-400
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