Harvard Middle Eastern and Islamic Review, Volume 7

Volume 7, 2006


Al-Kāwakibī’s Thesis and its Echoes in the Arab World Today, 1
Ryuichi Funatsu

Between Public and Private: An Examination of Ḥisba Literature, 41
Yaron Klein

Recognizing the Individual: The Muḥtasibs of Early Mamluk Cairo and Fusṭāt, 63
Kristen Stilt

Ḥisba and the Problem of Overlapping Jurisdictions: An Introduction to, and Translation of, Ḥisba Diplomas in Qalqashandī Ṣubḥ al-aʿshā, 85
Christian Lange

The Muḥtasib in Seljuq Times: Insights from Four Chancery Manuals, 108
Richard Wittmann

Geniza for Islamicist, Islamic Geniza, and the “New Cairo Geniza”, 129
Mark R. Cohen

Ethnography and the Culture of Tolerance in al-Andalus, 146
John W. Fox, Nada Mourtada-Sabbah, and Sulayman N. Khalaf

Ottoman Turkish Manuscripts and Documents at Harvard’s Houghton Library, 172
Hakan T. Karateke

Book Reviews

Roger Owen 
Lord Cromer: Victorian Imperialist, Edwardian Proconsul
, 215
Zachary Lockman

Robert R. Bianchi
Guests of God: Pilgrimage and Politics in the Islamic World
, 219
Manata Hashemi

Oliver Roy
Globalized Islam: The Search for a New Ummah
, 223
Tolga Koker

Jocelyne Cesari
When Islam and Democracy Meet: Muslims in Europe and the United States
, 227
Emran Qureshi

Richard N. Frye
Greater Iran: A 20th- Century Odyssey
, 230
H.E. Chehabi

Mehdi Moslem 
Factional Politics in Post- Khomeini Iran
, 232
Henry Newman

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