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Zachary Lockman's informed and thoughtful history of European Orientalism and U.S. Middle East studies, the 'clash of civilizations' debate and America's involvement in the region has become a highly recommended and widely used text since its publication in 2004. The second edition of Professor Lockman's book brings his analysis up to date by considering how the study of the Middle East has evolved in the intervening years, in the context of the U.S. occupation of Iraq and the 'global war on terror'.
Table of Contents
|List of maps||p. viii|
|Preface to the second edition||p. x|
|In the beginning||p. 8|
|Islam, the West and the rest||p. 38|
|Orientalism and empire||p. 66|
|The American century||p. 100|
|Turmoil in the field||p. 149|
|Said's Orientalism: a book and its aftermath||p. 183|
|After Orientalism?||p. 216|
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