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A Tale of Two Factions: Myth, Memory, and Identity in Ottoman Egypt and Yemen (SUNY series in the Social and Economic History of the Middle East) epub ebook

by Jane Hathaway

A Tale of Two Factions: Myth, Memory, and Identity in Ottoman Egypt and Yemen (SUNY series in the Social and Economic History of the Middle East) epub ebook

Author: Jane Hathaway
Category: Humanities
Language: English
Publisher: SUNY Press (October 9, 2003)
Pages: 311 pages
ISBN: 0791458849
ISBN13: 978-0791458846
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A Tale of Two Factions: . .has been added to your Cart. Rather than simply laying out alternative narratives and interpretations of the evolution of faction and myth, Hathaway untangles some of the puzzles of identification that inhabit these narratives

A Tale of Two Factions: . Rather than simply laying out alternative narratives and interpretations of the evolution of faction and myth, Hathaway untangles some of the puzzles of identification that inhabit these narratives. Her work will prove significant not only for Ottoman and Mamluk specialists seeking concrete scholarly documentation but also for those exploring the historiography, literature, and politics of notables in other regions. Journal of Early Modern History.

Egypt and Yemen (Suny Series in the Social and Economic History of the Middle East) by Jane Hathaway.

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It concentrate on three case studies: Nasser& and Sadat& Egypt, Qasim& Iraq and after and Saudi Arabia monarchy regime. I will try to show the military and security services in politics and Saudi Arabia monarchy regime. I will try to show the role of the military and security services in politics in these countries. In March 2007, following arbitration between Israel's director of Military Intelligence in the Yom Kippur War, Maj. Gen. Eli Zeira and the Mossad chief in 1973, Zvi Zamir, it was officially ruled out that Zeira leaked the identity of Israel's most important source in Egypt to unauthorized journalists.

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Tale of Two Factions, A: Myth, Memory, and Identity in Ottoman Egypt and Yemen. Additional Information. Tale of Two Factions, A: Myth, Memory, and Identity in Ottoman Egypt and Yemen. Published by: State University of New York Press. Series: SUNY series in the Social and Economic History of the Middle East (discontinued).

Distinguished Publication Award, Ohio Academy of History (2005).

Reevaluates the foundation myths of two rival factions in Egypt during the Ottoman era. all members. Recently added by. niallsheekey, Artymedon. Distinguished Publication Award, Ohio Academy of History (2005).

In A Tale of Two Factions, Jane Hathaway consolidates observations contained in her earlier study, The Politics of the Households in Ottoman Egypt: The Rise of the Qazdaghlis (Cambridge University Press, 1997), in which she demonstrated that Egyptian politics and society.

In A Tale of Two Factions, Jane Hathaway consolidates observations contained in her earlier study, The Politics of the Households in Ottoman Egypt: The Rise of the Qazdaghlis (Cambridge University Press, 1997), in which she demonstrated that Egyptian politics and society were part of the broader system of the Ottoman Empire.

A Tale of Two Factions I love historical mysteries, and this book is the product of my obstinate desire to.A Tale of Two Factions.

A Tale of Two Factions. I love historical mysteries, and this book is the product of my obstinate desire to solve one of the more perplexing ones within my own specialty, the study of Ottoman Egypt. a variety of synonymous appellations, utterly dominated the politics of the Umayyad caliphate (661–750 . 2 Thus, when a similar phenomenon appears in seventeenth-century Egypt, it seems only reasonable to examine it through the same lens as that through which we typically view the just noted systems.

Reevaluates the foundation myths of two rival factions in Egypt during the Ottoman era.
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