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Journal of Arabic Literature 43/2-3

Journal of Arabic Literature Volume 43, Issue 2-3, 2012

Arabic Literature, Criticism and Intellectual Thought from the Nahḍah to the Present
pp. 135–136 (2)

 Modernity and Metapoetry in Muḥammad ʿAfīfī Maṭar’s Hunt Poem: Ṭardiyyah
Author: Jaroslav Stetkevych
pp. 137–171 (35)

 How Adab Became Literary: Formalism, Orientalism and the Institutions of World Literature
Author: Michael Allan
pp. 172–196 (25)

 Multiple Intellectual Engagements?
Author: Boutheina Khaldi
pp. 197–226 (30)

 Proxidistant Reading: Toward a Critical Pedagogy of the Nahḍah in U.S. Comparative Literary Studies
Author: Shaden M. Tageldin
pp. 227–268 (42)

 Towards a Critical Theory of al-Nahḍah: Epistemology, Ideology and Capital
Author: Stephen Sheehi
pp. 269–298 (30)

 Al-Azhar in the Bibliographic Imagination
Author: Dahlia E. M. Gubara
pp. 299–335 (37)

 Landscapes of Iraqi Poetry: Reconfiguring the Image of Iraq in the Arabic (and American) Lyric Canon
Author: Mara Naaman
pp. 336–371 (36)

 Contempt: State Literati vs. Street Literati in Modern Iraq
Author: Yasmeen Hanoosh
pp. 372–408 (37)

 The Emergence of the Sixties Generation in Egypt and the Anxiety over Categorization 1
Author: Yasmine Ramadan
pp. 409–430 (22)

 From Flying Carpets to No-Fly Zones: Libya’s Elusive Revolution(s), According to Ruth First, Hisham Matar, and the International Criminal Court
Author: Barbara Harlow
pp. 431–457 (27)

 “Un-grievable” Lives? Contesting Illegality in Suad Amiry’s “Border Diary” Nothing to Lose but Your Life: An 18-Hour Journey with Murad
Author: Brinda J. Mehta
pp. 458–483 (26)

 Discourses of the 2011 Arab Revolutions
Author: Ken Seigneurie
pp. 484–509 (26)

 Fiction of Scandal 1
Author: Tarek El-Ariss
pp. 510–531 (22)

 Moneera Al-Ghadeer. Desert Voices: Bedouin Women’s Poetry in Saudi Arabia. London: I.B. Taurus, 2009. Pp. viii+246.
Author: Michael Allan
pp. 532–534 (3)

 Lucia Volk. Memorials and Martyrs in Modern Lebanon. Bloomington, IN: Indiana University Press, 2011. Pp. xv + 272.
Author: Ken Seigneurie
pp. 535–537 (3)

 Elisabeth Kendall. Literature, Journalism and the Avant-Garde: Intersection in Egypt. London: Routledge, 2006. Pp. viii+279.
Author: Spencer Scoville
pp. 538–539 (2)

 Alexandra Chreiteh, Always Coca-Cola [Dāʾiman Coca-Cola]. Trans. Michelle Hartman. Northampton, MA: Interlink Books, 2012. Pp. 121.
Author: Suneela Mubayi
pp. 540–542 (3)

 François Déroche. La transmission écrite du Coran dans les débuts de l’islam: Le codex Parisino-petropolitanus. Leiden: Brill, 2009. Pp. 208 + Arabic codices 640.
Author: Mehammed Mack
pp. 543–545 (3)

 Books Received
pp. 546–553 (8)

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