-- Hasnan Hakim, American Journal of Islamic Social Sciences
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Table of Contents
AcknowledgementsIntroduction: The Connected World of Empires, by C. A. Bayly and Leila FawazSection 1. Trade Routes and Patterns of Exchange from the Mediterranean to the Indian Ocean, Sixteenth to the Nineteenth CenturiesTrade and Port Cities in the Red Sea - Gulf of Aden Region in the Sixteenth and Nineteenth Centuries, by Michel TuchschererA Divided Sea: The Cairo Coffee Trade in the Red Sea Area during the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries, by André RaymondThe Red Sea Ports during the Revolution in Transportation, by Colette DuboisSection II. Cities as Centers of ExchangePort Cities as Nodal Points of Change: The Indian Ocean, 1890s - 1920s, by Kenneth McPhersonHaifa at the Crossroads: An Outpost of the New World Order, by May SeikalyIslamic Universalism and Regional Identity in Turn-of-the-Century Basra: Sheikh Ibrahim al-Haidari's Book Revisited, by Hala FattahSection III. Survival of the Inland CitiesDamascus and the Pilgrim Caravan, by Abdul-Karim RafeqAspects of Economy and Society in the Syrian Provinces: Aleppo in Transition, 1880-1925, by Peter SluglettSection IV. Cultural Production and DiffusionRepresenting Copts and Muhammadans: Empire, Nation, and Community in Egypt and India, 1880-1914, by C. A. BaylyIzmir 1922: A Port City Unravels, by Resat KasabaNegotiating Colonial Modernity and Cultural Difference: Indian Muslim Conceptions of Community and Nation, c. 1878-1914, by Ayesha JalalSection V. Politics Race and CommunityThe Tangled End of Istanbul's Imperial Supremacy, by Engin Deniz AkarliRacial Readings of Empire: Britain, France, and Colonial Modernity in the Mediterranean and Asia, by Susan BaylySection VI. Representing the ModernAlexandria: A Mediterranean Cosmopolitan Center of Cultural Production, by Robin OstleBetween Politics and Literature: Journals in Alexandria and Istanbul at the End of the Nineteenth Century, by Elisabeth KendallPrinting and Urban Islam in the Mediterranean World, 1890-1920, by Juan ColeSection VII. Comparisons and ConnectionsSpace and Time on the Indian Ocean Rim: Theory and History, by Sugata Bose
With its complex approach to the problems under study and its innovative interpretations, this collection represents an important stimulus.