1. List of Journals 

 

ADELPHI SERIES, (Vol. 55, No. 452)

LES CAHIERS DE L’ORIENT, Hiver 2015 (No. 121)

COMPARATIVE  STUDIES OF SOUTH ASIA, AFRICA AND THE MIDDLE EAST, May 2015 (Vol. 35, No. 1, 2015)

COMPARATIVE  STUDIES OF SOUTH ASIA, AFRICA AND THE MIDDLE EAST, (Vol. 35, No. 2, 2015)

CONFLUENCES MEDITERRANÉ, Été 2015 (No. 94)

CURRENT SOCIOLOGY, January 2016 (Vol. 64, No. 1)

DIGEST OF MIDDLE EAST STUDIES (DOMES), Spring 2015 (Vol. 24, No. 1)

DIGEST OF MIDDLE EAST STUDIES (DOMES), Fall 2015 (Vol. 24, No. 2)

EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF COMMUNICATION, December 2015 (Vol. 30, No. 6)

THE EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PUBLIC HEALTH, December 2015 (Vol. 25, No. 6)

FRENCH STUDIES, January 2016 (Vol. 70, No. 1)

FRENCH STUDIES BULLETIN, Winter 2015 (Vol. 36, No. 137)

GLOBAL BUSINESS REVIEW, December 2015 (Vol. 16, No. 6)

HAMIZRAH HEHADASH, (Vol. 54, 2015)

INTERNATIONAL COMMUNICATION GAZETTE, December 2015 (Vol. 77, No. 8)

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF CULTURAL STUDIES, January 2016 (Vol. 19, No. 1)

THE INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PRESS/POLITICS, January 2016 (Vol. 21, No. 1)

INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS, December 2015 (Vol. 29, No. 4)

ISLAMIC LAW AND SOCIETY, (Vol. 22, No. 4, 2015)

JOURNAL OF CROSS-CULTURAL PSYCHOLOGY, January 2016 (Vol. 47, No. 1)

JOURNAL OF THE ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL HISTORY OF THE ORIENT, (Vol. 58, No. 5, 2015)

JOURNAL OF ISLAMIC STUDIES, January 2016 (Vol. 27, No. 1)

THE JOURNAL OF NORTH AFRICAN STUDIES, (Vol. 20, No. 5, 2015)

THE JOURNAL OF NORTH AFRICAN STUDIES, (Vol. 21, No. 1, 2016)

JOURNAL OF PUBLIC HEALTH, December 2015 (Vol. 37, No. 4)

JOURNAL OF RELIGIOUS HISTORY, December 2015 (Vol. 39, No. 4)

JOURNAL OF SOUTH ASIAN AND MIDDLE EASTERN STUDIES, Fall 2015 (Vol. 39, No. 1)

JOURNAL OF URBAN HISTORY, January 2016 (Vol. 42, No. 1)

THE LIBRARY QUARTERLY: INFORMATION, COMMUNITY, POLICY, January 2016 (Vol. 86, No. 1)

LONDON REVIEW OF BOOKS, December 2015 (Vol. 37, No. 24)

MEDIA, CULTURE & SOCIETY, January 2016 (Vol. 38, No. 1)

MIDDLE EAST LAW AND GOVERNANCE, (Vol. 7, No. 3, 2015)

MIDDLE EAST POLICY, Winter 2015 (Vol. 22, No. 4)

MILITARY AND STRATEGIC AFFAIRS, (Vol. 7, No. 2, 2015)

NATIONS AND NATIONALISM, January 2016 (Vol. 22, No. 1)

THE NEW YORK REVIEW OF BOOKS, January 2016 (Vol. 63, No. 1)

POPULATION AND DEVELOPMENT REVIEW, December 2015 (Vol. 41, No. 4)

SURVIVAL, (Vol. 57, No. 6, 2015)

TURKISH HISTORICAL REVIEW, (Vol. 6, No. 2, 2015)

THE WASHINGTON QUARTERLY, (Vol. 38, No. 1)

THE WASHINGTON QUARTERLY, (Vol. 38, No. 2)

THE WASHINGTON QUARTERLY, (Vol. 38, No. 3)

DIE WELT DES ISLAMS, (Vol. 55, Nos. 3-4, 2015)

 

2. Articles from Journals

 

ADELPHI SERIES, (Vol. 55, No. 452)

<<Special Issue: North Africa in Transition: The Struggle for Democracies and Institutions>>

Ben Fishman, “North Africa in Transition” [9-18]

Nicole Rowsell, “Tunisia: Foundations of Democratic Compromise” [19-38]

Borzou Daragahi, “Libya: From Euphoria to Breakdown” [39-58]

Haim Malka, “Power and Authority in Morocco” [59-78]

Geoff D. Porter, “Algeria: Enter the Oligarchy” [79-96]

Jean-Pierre Filiu, “Jihadism in North Africa: A House of Many Mansions” [97-112]

Svetlana Milbert, “A New Economic Model for North Africa” [113-130]

Ben Fishman, “The Challenges on Implementing Institutional Reform” [131-150]

http://www.tandfonline.com

 

LES CAHIERS DE L’ORIENT, Hiver 2015 (No. 121)

<<Special Issue: L’Irak au défı de Daech>>

Myriam Benraad, “L’Irak au défı de Daech” [11-20]

Haider Saeed, “Passé et present du communautarisme irakien” [21-30]

Géraldine Chatelard, “Les traitements récents du patrimoine irakien” [31-36]

Myriam Benraad, “Daech, une décennie d’aliénation Sunnite en Irak” [37-44]

Allan Kaval, “Face á Daech, un Kurdistan irakien en crise” [45-54]

Hayder Al Khoei, “L’Irak après l’État islamique: militantisme chiite et influence iranienne” [55-66]

Kirk H. Sowell, “La nouvelle politique américaine pour l'Ir’k: enjeux et embûches” [67-74]

Sihem Djebbi, “Face á la guerre: émigration, immigration, transmigration” [75-81]

Sarah Ben Romdane, “Réfugiés: les chiffres” [82-84]

Ali Al Saffar, “2003-2015: une situation économique fragile” [85-90]

Ibrahim Al Marashi, “Les medias irakiens dans l’ombre de l’État islamique” [91-98]

Lucas Wintrebert, “Le livre de photographic et la guerre civile libanaise: mises en récit et mémoires de guerre” [123-144]

http://cahiersdelorient.wordpress.com

 

COMPARATIVE  STUDIES OF SOUTH ASIA, AFRICA AND THE MIDDLE EAST, May 2015 (Vol. 35, No. 1, 2015)

Alan Mikhail, “A Dog-Eat-Dog Empire: Violence and Affection on the Streets of Ottoman Cairo” [76-95]

http://muse.jhu.edu/journals

 

COMPARATIVE  STUDIES OF SOUTH ASIA, AFRICA AND THE MIDDLE EAST, (Vol. 35, No. 2, 2015)

Richard McGregor, “Religions and the Religion of Animals: Ethics, Self, and Language in Tenth-Century Iraq” [222-231]

Cemil Aydin and Burhanettin Duran, “Arnold J. Toynbee and Islamism in Cold War-Era Turkey: Civilizationism in the Writings of Sezai Karakoç” [310-323]

Aslı Iğsız, “Palimpsests of Multiculturalism and Museumization of Culture: Greco-TurkishPopulationExchangeMuseum as an Istanbul 2010 European Capital of Culture Project” [324-345]

http://muse.jhu.edu/journals

 

CONFLUENCES MEDITERRANÉ, Été 2015 (No. 94)

<<Special Issue: Crises sans frontiers>>

Pierre Blanc, “Crise: les deux versants d’un mot” [9-16]

Sophie Bessis, “Tunisie: les lendemains d’une revolution” [17-28]

Barah Mikaïl, “Les défis de la Libye” [29-42]

Thomas Pierret, “Crise et déradicalisation: les rebelles syriens d’Ahrar al-Sham” [43-50]

Philippe Bannier, “Premier anniversaire du <<califat>>: état et perspectives de l’<<État islamique>>” [51-62]

Haoues Seniguer, “Une terreur sacrée? La violence á l’heure des crises du Moyen-Orient” [63-80]

Robert Bistolfi, “Attentats de janvier 2015: le séisme et ses répliques” [81-94]

Dominique Vidal, “Israël: le prix d’une <<victoire>>” [95-106]

Clément Therme, “L’Iran et les Etats-Unis après l’accord sur le nucléaire: paix froide ou réconciliation?” [107-117]

Bernard Ravenel, “La crise autour du programme nucléaire iranien. L’accord de Vienne: un vent nouveau mais…” [118-132]

Karine Bennafla, “Tournant frontalier au Maghreb et au Moyen-Orient” [133-144]

Sylviane de Wangen, “Migrants sans frontièrs” [145-154]

Jacques Ould Aoudia, “Entre compromise et violence, les sociétés arabes ont émergé depuis 2011” [169-180]

Jean-François Coustillière, “L’Union européenne (UE) et ses partenaires face au besoin de sécurité en Méditerranée” [181-197]

www.confluences-mediterranee.com   

 

CURRENT SOCIOLOGY, January 2016 (Vol. 64, No. 1)

Gülsüm Depeli, “Being an Activist Camera: The Case of the Karahaber Collective in Turkey” [122-139]

http://csi.sagepub.com

 

DIGEST OF MIDDLE EAST STUDIES (DOMES), Spring 2015

(Vol. 24, No. 1)

Mohamed M. Binburwaidin, “Essential Threats to the Security of the GCC Countries in the Post Arab Spring Era” [1-25]

Chonghyun Christie Byun and Ethan J. Hollander, “Explaining the Intensity of the Arab Spring” [26-46]

James R. Stocker, “Fullbright’s Middle East: A Senator’s Influence on American Foreign Policy” [47-73]

Sofia Maria Tagliabue, “Inside Hezbollah: The al-Mahdi Scouts, Education, and Resistance” [74-95]

Anita Fábos, “Refugees in the Arab Middle East: Academic and Policy Perspectives” [96-110]

Soumia Bardhan and Richard L. Wood, “The Role of Culture and Technology in Civil Society Promotion in the Middle East: A Case Study Approach” [111-138]

http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com

 

DIGEST OF MIDDLE EAST STUDIES (DOMES), Fall 2015 (Vol. 24, No. 2)

Mohammed Torki Bani Salameh and Azzam Ali Ananzah, “Constitutional Reforms in Jordan: A Critical Analysis” [139-160]

Wayel Azmeh, “Corporal Punishment Verses in the Qur’an are to Reinterpreted to Counter Violent Extremist Practices from Within the Islamic Juristic Tradition” [161-186]

Abdullah F. Alrebh, “Covering the Building of a Kingdom: The Saudi Arabian Authority in The London Times and The New York Times, 1901-1932” [187-212]

Abdulfattah Yaghi and Osman Antwi-Boateng, “Determinants of UAE Voters’ Preferences for Federal National Council Candidates” [213-235]

Manal Yazbak-Abu Ahmad, Adrienne B. Dessel, Alice Mishkin, Noor Ali and Hind Omar, “Intergroup Dialogue as a Just Dialogue: Challenging and Preventing Normalization in Campus Dialogues” [236-259]

Najah Mahmi and Abdelhak Jebbar, “Islamists’ Conceptualization of Belonging and Otherness: The Case of Atawhid w’Al-Islah in Morocco” [260-282]

Abderrahman Zouhir, “Language Policy and Identity Conflict in Sudan” [283-302]

Amr Osman, “Past Contradictions, Contemporary Dilemmas: Egypt’s 2013 Coup and Early Islamic History” [303-326]

Jerome Denis Donovan, Cheree Topple, Vik Naidoo and Trenton Milner, “Strategic Interaction and the Iran-Iraq War: Lessons to Learn for Future Engagement?” [327-346]

http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com

 

EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF COMMUNICATION, December 2015

(Vol. 30, No. 6)

Esra Özcan, “Women’s Headscarves in News Photographs: A Comparison Between the Secular and Islamic Press During the AKP Government in Turkey” [698-713]

http://ejc.sagepub.com

 

THE EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PUBLIC HEALTH, December 2015

(Vol. 25, No. 6)

Majda Lamkaddem, Marie-Louise Essink-Bot, Walter Devillé, Annette Gerritsen and Karien Stronks, “Health Changes of Refugees from Afghanistan, Iran and Somalia: The Role of Residence Status and Experienced Living Difficulties in the Resettlement Process” [917-922]

Mercè Gotsens, Davide Malmusi, Nazmy Villarroel, Carmen Vives-Cases, Irene Garcia-Subirats, Cristina Hernando and Carme Borrell, “Health Inequality Between Immigrants and Natives in Spain: The Loss of the Healthy Immigrant Effect in Times of Economic Crisis” [923-929]

L. Sordo, B.I. Indave, F. Vallejo, M.J. Belza, B. Sanz-Barbero, M. Rosales-Statkus, S. Fernández-Balbuena and G. Barrio, “Effect of Country-of-Origin Contextual Factors and Length of Stay on Immigrants’ Substance Use in Spain” [930-936]

Alexander Kentikelenis, Marina Karanikolos, Gemma Williams, Philipa Mladovsky, Lawrence King, Anastasia Pharris, Jonathan E. Suk, Angelos Hatzakis, Martin McKee, Teymur Noori and David Stuckler, “How Do Economic Crises Affect Migrants’ Risk of Infectious Disease? A Systematic-Narrative Review” [937-944]

http://eurpub.oxforjournals.org

 

FRENCH STUDIES, January 2016 (Vol. 70, No. 1)

Jane Hiddleston, “Francophone North African Literature” [82-92]

http://fs.oxfordjournals.org

 

FRENCH STUDIES BULLETIN, Winter 2015 (Vol. 36, No. 137)

Florence Lhote, “La guerre d’Algérie aujourd’hui, entre ‘temps commémoratif’ et fiction: où j’ai laissé mon âme (2010) de Jérôme Ferrari” [83-86]

http://fsb.oxfordjournals.org

 

GLOBAL BUSINESS REVIEW, December 2015 (Vol. 16, No. 6)

Hussein N. Ismail and Lama Nakkache, “Gender Differences at Work: Experiencing Human Resource Management Policies in Lebanese Firms” [907-919]

Omer Ali Ibrahim and Sufian Eltayeb Mohamed Abdel-Gadir, “Motives and Determinants of FDI: A VCM Analysis for Oman” [936-946]

http://gbr.sagepub.com

 

HAMIZRAH HEHADASH, (Vol. 54, 2015)

Miri Shefer-Mossensohn, “History of Islamic Science at a Crossroads: Tensions, Seeking an Agenda, and New Directions” [9-23]

Leah Bornstein Makovetsky, “From Izmir to Cyprus: The Conversion to Christianity of Shabtay Mayo in the Nineteenth Century, and the Fate of his Estate” [24-41]

Soli Shahvar, “Shah, Sultan, Khan and Sirdars in the Era of Imperial Modern Communications: The Karachi-Gwadar Telegraph Line in the Mid-Nineteenth Century” [42-70]

Yoram Meital, “The Trial of Mahmud ‘Abd al-Latif and the Struggle over Political Order in Egypt Following the July 1952 Revolution” [71-87]

Yoav Alon, “From Abdullah (I) to Abdullah (II): The Monarchy, the Tribes and the Shaykhly Families in Jordan, 1920-2012” [88-108]

Shaul Yanai, “The 1938 Reform Movement in Kuwait” [109-134]

Noga Efrati, “Nationalist and Ethno-Sectarian symbolism in Iraqi Stamps after Saddam Hussein” [135-147]

Onn Winckler, “The Hidden and the Known in the Demography of Arab Countries” [148-171]

Uzi Rabi, “The Alternative Map: The New Geopolitical Panorama of the Middle East” [172-190]

Alon Fragman, “Who Will Release the Birds from their Cages? A Critique of Zakaria Tamer’s Writing for Children” [191-213]

 

INTERNATIONAL COMMUNICATION GAZETTE, December 2015

(Vol. 77, No. 8)

Lisa Brooten, Syed Irfan Ashraf and Ngozi Agwaziam Akinro, “Traumatized Victims and Mutilated Bodies: Human Rights and the ‘Politics of Immediation’ in the Rohingya Crisis of Burma/Myanmar” [717-734]

http://gaz.sagepub.com

 

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF CULTURAL STUDIES, January 2016 (Vol. 19, No. 1)

Chris Weedon, “Stuart Hall, the British Multicultural Question and the Case of Western Jihadi Brides” [101-117]

http://ics.sagepub.com

 

THE INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF PRESS/POLITICS, January 2016 (Vol. 21, No. 1)

Elai Rettig and Eli Avraham, “The Role of Intergovernmental Organizations in the ‘Battle over Framing’: The Case of the Israeli-West Bank Separation Barrier” [111-133]

http://hij.sagepub.com

 

INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS, December 2015 (Vol. 29, No. 4)

Pablo de Orellana, “Struggles over Identity in Diplomacy: ‘Commie Terrorists’ Contra ‘Imperialists’ in Western Sahara” [477-499]

Pinar Bilgin and Basak Ince, “Security and Citizenship in the Global South: In/securing Citizens in Early Republican Turkey (1923-1946)

http://ire.sagepub.com

 

ISLAMIC LAW AND SOCIETY, (Vol. 22, No. 4, 2015)

Mona F. Hassan, “Relations, Narrations, and Judgments: The Scholarly Networks and Contributions of an Early Female Muslim Jurist” [323-351]

J. Bruning, “A Legal Sunna in Dhikr Haqqs from Sufyanid Egypt” [352-374]

Richard Pennell and Abdullah Saeed, “Words into Texts: Justice Politics and the Written Record at a Trial in Tunis in 1844” [375-472]

Fachrizal A. Halim, “Reformulating the Madhhab in Cyberspace” [413-435]

http://booksandjournals.brillonline.com

 

JOURNAL OF CROSS-CULTURAL PSYCHOLOGY, January 2016

(Vol. 47, No. 1)

Sarah Rasmi and Timothy M. Daly, “Intergenerational Conflict in Arab Families: Salient Issues and Scale Development” [42-53]

Noga Mosco and Naama Atzaba-Poria, “In Search of ‘The Bedouin Adaptive Adult’: Socialization Goals of Mothers and Fathers From the Bedouin Society of the Negev” [54-71]

Eugene Tartakovsky and Sophie D. Walsh, “Testing a New Theoretical Model for Attitudes Toward Immigrants: The Case of Social Workers’ Attitudes Toward Asylum Seekers in Israel” [72-96]

http://jcc.sagepub.com

 

JOURNAL OF THE ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL HISTORY OF THE ORIENT, (Vol. 58, No. 5, 2015)

Razak Khan, “The Social Production of Space and Emotions in South Asia” [611-633]

Margrit Pernau, “Mapping Emotions, Constructing Feelings” [634-667]

M. Raisur Rahman, “Qaşbas as Place” [668-692]

Razak Khan, “Local Pasts” [693-731]

Nida Kirmani, “Fear and the City: Karachi” [732-755]

http://booksandjournals.brillonline.com

 

JOURNAL OF ISLAMIC STUDIES, January 2016 (Vol. 27, No. 1)

Mark Muehlhaeusler, “Additional Reading Marks in Kufic Manuscripts” [1-16]

Janne Mattila, “The Philosophical Worship of the Ikhwān al-Şafā” [17-38]

http://jis.oxfordjournals.org

 

THE JOURNAL OF NORTH AFRICAN STUDIES, (Vol. 20, No. 5, 2015)

<<Special Issue: Discoursing ‘Democratic Knowledge’ & Knowledge Production in North Africa>>

Raphaël Lefèvre, “North Africa’s Maliki Crisis” [683-687]

Larbi Sadiki, “Discoursing ‘Democratic Knowledge’ & Knowledge Production in North Africa” [688-690]

Laurence Whitehead, “Maghreb, European Neighbour, or Barbary Coast: Constructivism in North Africa” [691-701]

Larbi Sadiki, “Towards a ‘Democratic Knowledge’ Turn? Knowledge Production in the Age of the Arab Spring” [702-721]

George Joffé, “Traditions of Governance in North Africa” [722-734]

Mieczvslaw P. Boduszyński, “The External Dimension of Libya’s Troubled Transition: The International Community and ‘Democratic Knowledge’ Transfer” [735-753]

Mohamed El Hachimi, “Democratisation as a Learning Process: The Case of Morocco” [754-769]

Francesco Cavatorta, “Salafism, Liberalism, and Democratic Learning in Tunisia” [770-783]

Mohammed Moussa, “Protests, Islamism and the Waning Prospect of Revolution in Egypt” [784-796]

Alexander Peter Martin, “Do Tunisian Secular Civil Society Organisations Demonstrate a Process of Democratic Learning?” [797-812]

Derek Lutterbeck, “Tool of Rule: The Tunisian Police Under Ben Ali” [813-831]

Noureddine Jebnoun, “Beyond the Mayhem: Debating Key Dilemmas in Libya’s Statebuilding” [832-864]

Valérie K. Orlando, “Conversations with Camus as Foil, Foe and Fantasy in Contempory Writing by Algerian Authors of French Expression” [865-883]

http://www.tandfonline.com

 

 

THE JOURNAL OF NORTH AFRICAN STUDIES, (Vol. 21, No. 1, 2016)

<<Special Issue: The Aesthetics and Politics of Contemporary Cultural Production in Morocco>>

Raphaël Lefèvre, “High Stakes for the Peace Process in Libya” [1-6]

Mohammed Achaari, “Creativity as a Political Choice” [12-21]

Karima Laachir, “The Aesthetics and Politics of ‘Reading Together’ Moroccan Novels in Arabic and French” [22-36]

Taieb Belghazi and Abdelhay Moudden, “Ihbat: Disillusionment and the Arab Spring in Morocco” [37-49]

Larbi Touaf, “The Legacy of Dissent: Mohamed Khair-Eddine and the Ongoing Cultural Diversity Debate in Morocco” [50-59]

Abdellatif Akbib, “Flower Freak: How Things Fall apart in Mohamed Choukri’s Short Stories” [60-67]

Cleo Jay, “Playing the ‘Berber’: The Performance of Amazigh Identities in Contemporary Morocco” [68-80]

Soumia Boutkhil, “In Their Front Yard: Deconstructing Masculinities in Bahaa Trabelsi’s Novels” [81-89]

Valérie K. Orlando, “Women, Madness, Myth and Film: Exploring Moroccan Psychological Trauma and Postmemory in Pegase (Mohamed Mouftakir, 2010)” [90-107]

Jamal Bahmad, “Mapping Moroccan Neoliberalism: Melodrama and Realist Aesthetics in the Films of Hakim Noury” [108-115]

Cristina Moreno Almeida, “The Politics of Taqlidi Rap: Reimagining Moroccanness in the Era of Global Flows” [116-131]

M. Angela Jansen, “Defining Moroccanness: The Aesthetics and Politics of Contemporary Moroccan Fashion Design” [132-147]

http://www.tandfonline.com

 

JOURNAL OF PUBLIC HEALTH, December 2015 (Vol. 37, No. 4)

Khaled Mahmoud Abd Elaziz, Mohamed Salah Gabal, Ola Abdelsamie Aldafrawy, Hasnaa Abdel-Al Abou Seif and Mohamed Farouk Allam, “Prevalence of Metabolic Syndrome and Cardiovascular Risk Factors Among Voluntary Screen Middle-Aged and Elderly Egyptians” [612-617]

Khaled M. Abd Elaziz, Sahar A. Dewedar, Sahar Sabbour, Maha M. EL Gafaary, Diaa M. Marzouk, Aisha Aboul Fotouh and Mohamed Farouk Allam, “Screening for Hypertension Among Adults: Community Outreach in Cairo, Egypt” [701-706]

http://jpubhealth.oxfordjournals.org

 

JOURNAL OF RELIGIOUS HISTORY, December 2015 (Vol. 39, No. 4)

Eric R Dursteler, “Fearing the ‘Turk’ and Feeling the Spirit: Emotion and Conversion in the Early Modern Mediterranean” [484-505]

http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com

 

JOURNAL OF SOUTH ASIAN AND MIDDLE EASTERN STUDIES, Fall 2015 (Vol. 39, No. 1)

Hussein Amin and Injy Galal, “Arab Spring and the Arab Media” [1-52]

Mohamed Akacem and Dennis Miller, “Egypt’s Economic Development and Challenges Post Arab Spring: Can New Technology Quench Egypt’s Thirst for Water and Enhance Good Institutions?” [53-75]

Ann M. Lesch, “The Fluctuating Roles of the Military in Egypt” [76-91]

 

JOURNAL OF URBAN HISTORY, January 2016 (Vol. 42, No. 1)

Gehan Selim, “Between Order and Modernity: Resurgence Planning in Revolutionary Egypt” [180-200]

http://juh.sagepub.com

 

THE LIBRARY QUARTERLY: INFORMATION, COMMUNITY, POLICY, January 2016 (Vol. 86, No. 1)

Paul T. Jaeger, Katie Shilton and Jes Koepfler, “The Rise of Social Justice as a Guiding Principle in Library Information Science Research” [1-19]

John Buschman and Dorothy A. Warner, “On Community, Justice, and Libraries” [10-24]

Ricardo L. Punzalan and Michelle Caswell, “Critical Directions for Archival Approaches to Social Justice” [25-42]

 

LONDON REVIEW OF BOOKS, December 2015 (Vol. 37, No. 24)

James Meek, “After the Vote: British Airstrikes against ISIS” [*]

http://www.lrb.co.uk

 

MEDIA, CULTURE & SOCIETY, January 2016 (Vol. 38, No. 1)

<<Special Issue: Media and Religion>>

Stig Hjarvard, “Mediatization and the Changing Authority of Religion” [8-17]

Günter Thomas, “The Mediatization of Religion – as Temptation, Seduction, and Illusion” [37-47]

Heba Elsayed, “A Divine Cosmopolitanism? Religion, Media and Imagination in a Socially Divided Cairo” [48-63]

Yasmin Moll, “Divine Cosmopolitanism: A Reply” [64-67]

Tarik Sabry, “On Being Cosmopolitan and Religious: A Commentary” [68-70]

Http://mcs.sagepub.com

 

MIDDLE EAST LAW AND GOVERNANCE, (Vol. 7, No. 3, 2015)

Susan M. Akram, Sarah Bidinger, Aaron Lang, Danielle Hites, Yoana Kuzmova and Elena Noureddine, “Protecting Syrian Refugees: Laws, Policies, and Global Responsibility” [287-318]

Doris Carrion, “Jordan and Syrian Refugees: Avoiding the Worst Case Scenario” [319-335]

Rania Al Jazairi, “Transitional Justice in Syria: The Role and Contribution of Syrian Refugees and Displaced Persons” [336-359]

Rosemary Hollis, “Policy Research: Some Reflections on Theory and Practice” [361-372]

Shadi Hamid, “What is Policy Research for? Reflections on the United States’ Failures in Syria” [373-386]

Mariano Aguirre, “Research and Policy Making: Fields apart in a Complex World?” [387-405]

http://booksandjournals.brillonline.com

 

MIDDLE EAST POLICY, Winter 2015 (Vol. 22, No. 4)

Brian Katulis, Siwar Al-Assad and William Morris, “One Year Later: Assessing the Coalition Campaign Against ISIS” [1-21]

Leila Hudson, “Liquidating Syria, Fracking Europe” [22-39]

Katherine Blue Carroll, “The Strangest Tribe: U.S. Military Claims in Iraq” [40-54]

Timo Kivimäki, “First Do No Harm: Do Air Raids Protect Civilians?” [55-64]

Chas W. Freeman, “Lessons from America’s Misadventures in the Middle East” [65-72]

Mustafa Kibaroglu and Selim C. Sazak, “Business as Usual: The U.S.-Turkey Security Partnership” [98-112]

Richard J. Schmierer, “The Sultanate of Oman and the Iran Nuclear Deal” [113-120]

Makio Yamada, “Saudi Arabia’s Look-East Diplomacy: Ten Years On” [121-139]

William A. Rugh, “Problems in Yemen, Domestic and Foreign” [140-152]

http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com

 

MILITARY AND STRATEGIC AFFAIRS, (Vol. 7, No. 2, 2015)

Meir Elran, Zipi Israeli, Carmit Padan and Alex Altshuler, “Social Resilience in the Jewish Communities in the Gaza Strip Envelope During and After Operation Protective Edge” [*]

Zipi Israeli and Elisheva Rosman, “The Media’s Treatment of the Question of Casualties during Operation Protective Edge” [*]

Carmit Padan, “Social Protest in Operation Protective Edge: A Civilian Attempt to Challenge the Political-Security Discourse” [*]

Gabi Siboni and A.G., “Will Hamas be Better Prepared during its Next Confrontation with Israel?” [*]

Shmuel Even, “The Strategy for Integrating the Private Sector in National Cyber Defense in Israel” [*]

Ariel Koch, “Israeli Black Flags: Salafist Jihadist Representations in Israel and the Rise of the Islamic State Organization” [*]

 

NATIONS AND NATIONALISM, January 2016 (Vol. 22, No. 1)

Cameron D. Anderson and R. Michael McGregor, “Explaining Stability and Change of Territorial Identities” [84-102]

Marharyta Fabrykant and Renee Buhr, “SmallState Imperialism: The Place of Empire in Contemporary Nationalist Discourse” [103-122]

Durukan Kuzu, “The Politics of Identity, Recognition and Multiculturalism: The Kurds in Turkey” [123-142]

Naglhan Taşdemir and Bengİ Öner-Özkan, “Definitions of Turkish In-Group Boundaries: National Participation and Essentialism as Predictors of Inter-Group Attitudes in Turkey” [143-164]

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THE NEW YORK REVIEW OF BOOKS, January 2016 (Vol. 63, No. 1)

Sarah Helm, “ISIS in Gaza” [*]

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POPULATION AND DEVELOPMENT REVIEW, December 2015

(Vol. 41, No. 4)

Joakim Ruist, “The Fiscal Cost of Refugee Immigration: The Example of Sweden” [567-581]

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SURVIVAL, (Vol. 57, No. 3, 2015)

François Heisbourg, “The Strategic Implications of the Syrian Refugee Crisis” [7-20]

Samuel Charap, “The Ghost of Hybrid War” [51-58]

Theo Farrell and Michael Semple, “Making Peace with the Taliban” [79-110]

Nomi Bar-Yaacov, “Achieving Universality of the Chemical Weapons Convention in the Middle East” [159-180]

http://www.tandfonline.com

 

TURKISH HISTORICAL REVIEW, (Vol. 6, No. 2, 2015)

Butrus Abu-Manneh, “Two Concepts of State in the Tanzimat Period: The Hatt-ı Şerif of Gülhane and the Hatt-ı Hümayun” [117-137]

Gergö Máté Kovács, Péter Rabb and János Krähling, “The Ottoman Sultan’s Albums at Budapest University of Technology and Economics” [138-150]

 Sophia Laiou, “Between Pious Generosity and Faithful Service to the OttomanState: The Vakıf of Nikolaos Mavrogenis, End of the Eighteenth Century” [151-174]

Anna Malecka, “How Turks and Persians Drank Coffee: A Little-Known Document of Social History by Father J. T. Krusiński” [175-193]

James Tracy, “Foreign Correspondence: European Accounts of Sultan Süleyman I’s Persian Campaigns, 1548 and 1554” [194-219]

William Kynan-Wilson, “Review of The Sultan’s World: The Ottoman Orient in Renaissance Art, An Exhibition at Brussels and Kraków” [220-225]

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THE WASHINGTON QUARTERLY, (Vol. 38, No. 1)

George Perkovich and Toby Dalton, “Modi’s Strategic Choice: How to Respond to Terrorism from Pakistan” [23-45]

Vipin Narang, “Nuclear Strategies of Emerging Nuclear Powers: North Korea and Iran” [73-91]

Yoel Guzansky, “The Saudi Nuclear Genie is Out” [93-106]

Stephen Watts and Sean Mann, “Determining U.S. Commitments in Afghanistan” [107-124]

Mira Rapp Hooper, “Uncharted Waters: Extended Deterrence and Maritime Disputes” [127-146]

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THE WASHINGTON QUARTERLY, (Vol. 38, No. 2)

Kenneth M. Pollack and Barbara F. Walter, “Escaping the Civil War Trap in the Middle East” [29-46]

Paul Meyer, “Seizing the Diplomatic Initiative to Control Cyber Conflict” [47-61]

Steven Pifer, “Obama’s Faltering Nuclear Legacy: The 3 R’s” [101-118]

Thomas F. Lynch III, “After ISIS: Fully Reappraising U.S. Policy in Afghanistan” [119-144]

Denise Natali, “The KurdishQuasi-State: Leveraging Political Limbo” [146-164]

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THE WASHINGTON QUARTERLY, (Vol. 38, No. 3)

Matthew Kroenig and Tristan Volpe, “3-D Printing the Bomb? The Nuclear Nonproliferation Challenge” [7-19]

Mehdi Khalaji, “Great Expectations: Iran After the Deal” [61-77]

Tara Shirvani and Siniša Vuković, “After the Iran Nuclear Deal: Europe’s Pain and Gain” [79-92]

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DIE WELT DES ISLAMS, (Vol. 55, Nos. 3-4, 2015)

Morgan Clarke, Thomas Eich and Jenny Schreiber, “The Social Politics of Islamic Bioethics” [265-277]

Jakob Skovgaard-Petersen, “A Typology of Fatwas” [278-285]

Mohammed Ghaly, “Biomedical Scientists as Co-Muftis: Their Contribution to Contemporary Islamic Bioethics” [286-311]

Jenny Schreiber, “Biomedicine as Global Assemblage: The Malay Muslim Account of Total Brain Failure” [312-347]

Shirin Garmaroudi Naef, “The Iranian Embryo Donation Law and Surrogacy Regulations: The Intersection of Religion, Law and Ethics” [348-377]

Björn Bentlage, “Legislating for the Benefit of Children Born Out of Wedlock” [378-412]

AasimI. Padela, “Muslim Perspectives on the American Healthcare System: The Discursive Framing of “Islamic” Bioethical Discourse” [413-447]

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