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Naguib Mahfouz:

A Western and Eastern Cage of Female Entrapment
Pamela Allegretto-Diiulio
ISBN: 9781934043615

" ... a monumental publication: it represents one of the first important critical studies of Mahfouz’s art—in itself a noteworthy achievement" Read More..

I Am You (Ana Hiya Anti):

A Novel on Lesbian Desire in the Middle East by Elham Mansour. Translated and Edited with an Introduction by Samar Habib
Elham Mansour / Edited and Translated by Samar Habib
ISBN: 9781604975024

This long-awaited critical translation provides the English reader access to a novel which deals candidly and positively with one of the most important and taboo issues of contemporary Arab society––(homo)sexuality. Read More..

Resolving the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict:

Perspectives on the Peace Process
Moises Salinas and Hazza Abu Rabi
ISBN: 9781604976540

With essays by the world's top academics (including Professor Herbert Kelman from Harvard University, Professor Naomi Chazan from Hebrew University of Jerusalem, and Dr. Sami Adwan from Bethlehem University), this volume makes a substantial contribution to scholarship on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict by its application of academic thinking to the solution for one of the most serious conflicts of our time. Read More..

Women’s Reproductive Health in Yemen

T.S. Sunil and Vijayan Pillai
ISBN: 9781604976625

The book examines the reproductive health of women in Yemen. Women’s reproductive health has emerged as an area of concern among development agencies and international agencies such as the United Nations. In addition, the book reveals the previously underappreciated role of abortion in contributing to the first stages of fertility decline. It is an essential book for scholars in demography and population health. Read More..

Contemporary Arab American Women Writers:

Hyphenated Identities and Border Crossings
Amal Talaat Abdelrazek
ISBN: 9781934043714

A profound study of how contemporary Arab American women writers who have been marginalized and silenced, especially after 9/11 ... Read More..

 

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