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Photography Media Roundup (September)

Photography Media Roundup (September)

This is a monthly roundup of articles on photography in the Middle East and reflects a wide variety of opinions.

Myriam Ababsa, Atlas of Jordan: History, Territories, and Society

Myriam Ababsa, Atlas of Jordan: History, Territories, and Society

This atlas aims to explain the formation of Jordanian territories over time, and to present the legacy inherited by the Emirate of Transjordan in 1921.

Cities Media Roundup (August)

Cities Media Roundup (August)

This is a monthly roundup of news articles, and other materials related to urban issues in the region, and beyond.

New Texts (NEWTON) Compilation by Category For Fall Semester

New Texts (NEWTON) Compilation by Category For Fall Semester

As we head back into the school year, here are some of the most creative and groundbreaking works in Middle East studies that have been featured in the year 2013-2014.

Anthony Alessandrini, Frantz Fanon and the Future of Cultural Politics

Anthony Alessandrini, Frantz Fanon and the Future of Cultural Politics

Most of the book is set up as a series of dialogues, in order to bring Fanon’s work into conversation with a number of contemporary writers, texts, and contexts. One strand that runs through all of these chapters involves the question of humanism.

Paul Kelemen, The British Left and Zionism: History of a Divorce

Paul Kelemen, The British Left and Zionism: History of a Divorce

The book examines the process by which the Zionist movement gained dominance over Anglo-Jewry. It looks at the attraction of Zionism, and later of the state of Israel, to the left.