Journal of the Middle East and Africa, Vol 8, Issue 1

Below is the full table of contents for Volume 8, Issue 1 (January – March 2017):

Articles

Rereading the Qur’ān and challenging traditional authority: Political implications of Qur’ān hermeneutics
(Rahel Fischbach)
 
The British and Irish press and the outbreak of war with the Ottoman Empire in 1914
(Justin Fantauzzo)

From Christian brother to native: Claiming and rejecting Christianity, commerce, and civilization in early twentieth-century Natal
(Robert J. Houle)

Mad at Tangier: Hygienist discourses, mental disorders, and European competition for hegemony in early twentieth-century Morocco
(Francisco Javier Martínez)

African Judaizing movements and the question of polygamy: Perspectives from Cameroon
(Nathan P. Devir)

How far “above the fray”? Jordan and the mechanisms of monarchical advantage in the Arab uprisings
(Daniel P. Brown)

Maritime navigation, energy security, and peace dividend: Exploring the historic developments of the Dead Sea conveyance project
(Samuel E. Willner)

Book Review

The War on Error: Israel, Islam, and the Middle East, by Martin Kramer
(Robert P. Barnidge Jr.)

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