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Islamic Mediterranean

The Islamic Mediterranean, involving some of the leading experts in the Middle East, focuses on the relationship between the individual and society in the Islamic Mediterranean, covering everything from literature to economics and casting its methodological net wide across the humanistic disciplines. Each volume represents a considerable addition to its specific field of enquiry. As a whole, the series makes an invaluable contribution to a huge and hitherto overlooked area of scholarship. It will be of immense use both to students and academics.

Program chair: Robert Ilbert, University of Provence. Series editor: Randi Deghuihem, CNRS, IREMAN, Aix-en-Provence.

Constituting Modernity: Private Property in the East and West
Money, Land and Trade: An Economic History of the Muslim Mediterranean
Outside in: On the Margins of the Modern Middle East
Standing Trial: Law and People in the Modern Middle East
Writing the Feminine: Women in Arab Sources

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