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Title Understanding and Teaching the Modern Middle East / edited by Omnia El Shakry.
Publisher Madison, Wisconsin : The University of Wisconsin Press, [2020]
Copyright date ©2020



Descript 1 online resource.
Contents Introduction: The Middle East in the world / Omnia El Shakry -- Part One: The Middle East in the classroom. Why can't you find the Middle East on a map? / Michael Gasper -- Controversy in the classroom: lessons from the modern Middle East / Omnia El Shakry -- Part Two: Understanding and teaching historical content. The legacy of Islam in the modern Middle East / Ovamir Anjum -- Colonialism, empire, and nationalist movements / Sara Pursley -- Decolonization and the reconfiguration of the global order / Muriam Haleh Davis -- The history of Israel/Palestine / Sherene Seikaly -- Understanding sectarianism as a global problem / Ussama Makdisi -- The Iranian revolution: from monarchy to the Islamic Republic / Naghmeh Sohrabi and Arielle Gordon -- Part Three: Understanding and teaching the contemporary Middle East. U.S. foreign policy in the Middle East / Nathan Citino -- America, oil, and war in the Middle East / Toby Craig Jones -- Teaching the global war on terror / Darryl Li -- Arab uprisings in the modern Middle East / Asef Bayat -- Refugees in and from the Middle East: teaching about displacement in the context of the international refugee regime / Rochelle Davis -- Part Four: Methods and sources. Literature as a source for teaching modern Middle East history / Elliott Colla -- Cinema as a source for teaching modern Middle East history / Kamran Rastegar -- Gender and sexuality: sources and methods / Hanan Hammad -- Nuancing the narrative: teaching the Jewish modern Middle East / Alma Rachel Heckman -- The Armenian genocide and the politics of knowledge / Christine Philliou -- Using primary source documents to teach nationalization and imperialism in the modern Middle East / Kit Wainer -- Keeping current: contemporary engagement when teaching modern Middle East history / Ziad Abu-Rish.
ISBN 9780299327637 (electronic bk.)
0299327639 (electronic bk.)
9780299327606
0299327604
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Series The Harvey Goldberg series for understanding and teaching history
Harvey Goldberg series for understanding and teaching history.
Subject Middle East -- History -- Study and teaching.
Alt author El Shakry, Omnia S., 1970- editor.
Descript 1 online resource.
Contents Introduction: The Middle East in the world / Omnia El Shakry -- Part One: The Middle East in the classroom. Why can't you find the Middle East on a map? / Michael Gasper -- Controversy in the classroom: lessons from the modern Middle East / Omnia El Shakry -- Part Two: Understanding and teaching historical content. The legacy of Islam in the modern Middle East / Ovamir Anjum -- Colonialism, empire, and nationalist movements / Sara Pursley -- Decolonization and the reconfiguration of the global order / Muriam Haleh Davis -- The history of Israel/Palestine / Sherene Seikaly -- Understanding sectarianism as a global problem / Ussama Makdisi -- The Iranian revolution: from monarchy to the Islamic Republic / Naghmeh Sohrabi and Arielle Gordon -- Part Three: Understanding and teaching the contemporary Middle East. U.S. foreign policy in the Middle East / Nathan Citino -- America, oil, and war in the Middle East / Toby Craig Jones -- Teaching the global war on terror / Darryl Li -- Arab uprisings in the modern Middle East / Asef Bayat -- Refugees in and from the Middle East: teaching about displacement in the context of the international refugee regime / Rochelle Davis -- Part Four: Methods and sources. Literature as a source for teaching modern Middle East history / Elliott Colla -- Cinema as a source for teaching modern Middle East history / Kamran Rastegar -- Gender and sexuality: sources and methods / Hanan Hammad -- Nuancing the narrative: teaching the Jewish modern Middle East / Alma Rachel Heckman -- The Armenian genocide and the politics of knowledge / Christine Philliou -- Using primary source documents to teach nationalization and imperialism in the modern Middle East / Kit Wainer -- Keeping current: contemporary engagement when teaching modern Middle East history / Ziad Abu-Rish.
ISBN 9780299327637 (electronic bk.)
0299327639 (electronic bk.)
9780299327606
0299327604
Series The Harvey Goldberg series for understanding and teaching history
Harvey Goldberg series for understanding and teaching history.
Subject Middle East -- History -- Study and teaching.
Alt author El Shakry, Omnia S., 1970- editor.

Subject Middle East -- History -- Study and teaching.
Descript 1 online resource.
Contents Introduction: The Middle East in the world / Omnia El Shakry -- Part One: The Middle East in the classroom. Why can't you find the Middle East on a map? / Michael Gasper -- Controversy in the classroom: lessons from the modern Middle East / Omnia El Shakry -- Part Two: Understanding and teaching historical content. The legacy of Islam in the modern Middle East / Ovamir Anjum -- Colonialism, empire, and nationalist movements / Sara Pursley -- Decolonization and the reconfiguration of the global order / Muriam Haleh Davis -- The history of Israel/Palestine / Sherene Seikaly -- Understanding sectarianism as a global problem / Ussama Makdisi -- The Iranian revolution: from monarchy to the Islamic Republic / Naghmeh Sohrabi and Arielle Gordon -- Part Three: Understanding and teaching the contemporary Middle East. U.S. foreign policy in the Middle East / Nathan Citino -- America, oil, and war in the Middle East / Toby Craig Jones -- Teaching the global war on terror / Darryl Li -- Arab uprisings in the modern Middle East / Asef Bayat -- Refugees in and from the Middle East: teaching about displacement in the context of the international refugee regime / Rochelle Davis -- Part Four: Methods and sources. Literature as a source for teaching modern Middle East history / Elliott Colla -- Cinema as a source for teaching modern Middle East history / Kamran Rastegar -- Gender and sexuality: sources and methods / Hanan Hammad -- Nuancing the narrative: teaching the Jewish modern Middle East / Alma Rachel Heckman -- The Armenian genocide and the politics of knowledge / Christine Philliou -- Using primary source documents to teach nationalization and imperialism in the modern Middle East / Kit Wainer -- Keeping current: contemporary engagement when teaching modern Middle East history / Ziad Abu-Rish.
Alt author El Shakry, Omnia S., 1970- editor.
ISBN 9780299327637 (electronic bk.)
0299327639 (electronic bk.)
9780299327606
0299327604

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