Title:Muslim women" in Europe: Secular normativities, embodied performances, multiple publics Author(s):MOORS, Annelies; SALIH, RubaDate:2009Citation:
- Social Anthropology, 17, 4, 2009, 375-377.
Title:Transborders. Migration and Social Theory Editor(s):FRIESE, Heidrun; MEZZADRA, SandroDate:2010Citation:
- Special issue of European Journal of Social Theory, 2010, 13, 3, 299-419
Type:BookAbstract:Whether or not it is possible to define our age as ‘the age of migration’ as Castles and Miller (2003) pointed out, it is a matter of fact that mobilities posit fundamental challenges to our age. Increasing mobility, ...
Title:Monetary Policy and Central Banking in the Middle East and North Africa Editor(s):COBHAM, David; DIBEH, GhassanDate:2009Citation:
- Abingdon/Oxon/New York, Routledge, 2009, Routledge Series on Political Economy of the Middle East and North Africa
Type:BookAbstract:This edited volume is the product of workshop 4, 'Monetary Policy and Central Banking in the Middle East and North Africa: Policies, Politics and Prospects', of the 8th Mediterranean Research Meeting of the Robert Schuman ...
Title:Policing and Prisons in the Middle East: Formations of Coercion Editor(s):KHALILI, Laleh; SCHWEDLER, JillianDate:2010Citation:
- New York, Columbia University Press, 2010
Type:BookAbstract:From publisher: 'In the Middle East, the emergence of the modern nation-state has also produced a concentration in coercive power. The region now harbors numerous mukhabarat states that extensively police and incarcerate ...
Title:Greek Orthodox immigrants and modes of integration within the urban society of Istanbul (1850–1923) Author(s):ANASTASSIADOU, MéropiDate:2009Citation:
- Mediterranean Historical Review, 2009, 24, 2, 151-167
Title:Contentious Politics in the Middle East: Political Opposition under Authoritarianism Editor(s):ALBRECHT, HolgerDate:2010Citation:
- Gainesville, University Press of Florida, 2010, Governance and International Relations in the Middle East Series
Type:BookAbstract:Scholarship examining the governments in the Middle East and North Africa rarely focuses on opposition movements, since those countries tend to be ruled by a centralized, often authoritarian government. However, even in ...
Title:The late Ottoman port-cities and their inhabitants: subjectivity, urbanity, and conflicting orders: In memory of Faruk Tabak (1953–2008) Author(s):FUHRMANN, Malte; KECHRIOTIS, FarukDate:2009Citation:
- Mediterranean Historical Review, 2009, 24, 271-278
Title:Protecting the city's interest: the Greek Orthodox and the conflict between municipal and vilayet authorities in İzmir (Smyrna) in the Second Constitutional Period Author(s):KECHRIOTIS, VangelisDate:2009Citation:
- Mediterranean Historical Review, 2009, 24, 2, 207-221
Title:Down and out on the quays of İzmir: ‘European’ musicians, innkeepers, and prostitutes in the Ottoman port-cities Author(s):FUHRMANN, MalteDate:2009Citation:
- Mediterranean Historical Review, 2009, 24, 2, 169-185
Title:Scraping the surface: the techno-politics of modern streets in turn-of-twentieth-century Alexandria Author(s):BARAK, OnDate:2009Citation:
- Mediterranean Historical Review, 2009, 24, 2, 187-205