Current Contents, Vol. 36, No. 1, February 2016

The newest issue of Current Contents, which traces recent acquisitions by the MDC Library for February 2016.

 

1. List of Journals 

 

AFRICAN AFFAIRS, October 2015 (Vol. 114, No. 457)

AFRICAN AFFAIRS, January 2016 (Vol. 115, No. 458)

ALL AZIMUTH, January 2016 (Vol. 5, No. 1)

L’ANNÉE DU MAGHREB (No. 13, 2015-II)

COMPARATIVE EDUCATION REVIEW, February 2016 (Vol. 60, No. 1)

COMPARATIVE POLITICAL STUDIES, March 2016 (Vol. 49, No. 3)

COMPARATIVE STUDIES IN SOCIETY AND HISTORY, January 2016 (Vol. 58, No. 1)

CRIMINAL JUSTICE AND BEHAVIOR, February 2016 (Vol. 43, No. 2)

CURRENT ANTHROPOLOGY, June 2016 (Vol. 57, No. 13)

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

DEVELOPMENT AND CHANGE, November 2015 (Vol. 46, No. 6)

DISCOURSE COMMUNICATION, February 2016 (Vol. 10, No. 1)

ETHNICITIES, February 2016 (Vol. 16, No. 1)

EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF CULTURAL STUDIES, December 2015 (Vol. 18, No. 6)

EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS, March 2016 (Vol. 22, No. 1)

EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF WOMEN’S STUDIES, February 2016 (Vol. 23, No. 1)

EUROPEAN SOCIOLOGICAL REVIEW, February 2016 (Vol. 32, No. 1)

FORCED MIGRATION REVIEW, (No. 51, 2016)

FRENCH CULTURAL STUDIES, February 2016 (Vol. 27, No. 1)

FRENCH HISTORY, March 2016 (Vol. 30, No. 1)

GENDER, WORK & ORGANIZATION, March 2016 (Vol. 23, No. 2)

GLOBAL MEDIA AND COMMUNICATION, December 2015 (Vol. 11, No. 3)

HAWWA, (Vol. 13, No. 3, 2015)

HISTORY, January 2016 (Vol. 101, No. 344)

HISTORY OF RELIGIONS, November 2015 (Vol. 55, No. 2)

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF CONTEMPORARY IRAQI STUDIES, March  2015 (Vol. 9, No. 1)

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF CONTEMPORARY IRAQI STUDIES, June  2015 (Vol. 9, No. 2)

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF INTELLIGENCE AND COUNTERINTELLIGENCE, Summer 2016 (Vol. 29, No. 2)

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF MIDDLE EAST STUDIES, February 2016 (Vol. 48, No. 1)

INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS, March 2016 (Vol. 30, No. 1)

ISLAM AND CHRISTIAN-MUSLIM RELATIONS, (Vol. 26, No. 4, 2015)

ISRAEL STUDIES, Spring 2016 (Vol. 21, No. 1)

THE JOURNAL OF AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION AND EXTENSION, February 2016 (Vol. 22, No. 1)

JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN ACADEMY OF RELIGION, March 2016 (Vol. 84, No. 1)

JOURNAL OF CONTEMPORARY HISTORY, January 2016 (Vol. 51, No. 1)

JOURNAL OF DEVELOPING SOCIETIES, March 2016 (Vol. 32, No. 1)

JOURNAL OF EARLY MODERN HISTORY, (Vol. 20, No. 1, 2016)

JOURNAL OF EARLY MODERN HISTORY, (Vol. 20, No. 2, 2016)

JOURNAL OF FAMILY ISSUES, April 2016 (Vol. 37, No. 5)

JOURNAL OF INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL JUSTICE, December 2015 (Vol. 13, No. 5)

THE JOURNAL OF INTERNATIONAL SECURITY AFFAIRS, Fall-Winter 2016 (No. 29)

JOURNAL OF MIDDLE EAST WOMEN’S STUDIES, November 2015 (Vol. 11, No. 3)

JOURNAL OF PEACE RESEARCH, January 2016 (Vol. 53, No. 1)

JOURNAL OF PUBLIC HEALTH, March 2016 (Vol. 38, No. 1)

JOURNAL OF THE ROYAL ANTHROPOLOGICAL INSTITUTE, December 2015 (Vol. 21, No. 4)

JOURNAL OF THE ROYAL ANTHROPOLOGICAL INSTITUTE, March 2016 (Vol. 22, No. 1)

THE LEVANTINE REVIEW, (Vol. 4, No. 2, 2015)

LONDON REVIEW OF BOOKS, February 2016 (Vol. 38, No. 3)

LONDON REVIEW OF BOOKS, March 2016 (Vol. 38, No. 5)

MAGHREB-MACHREK, (No. 223, 2015/1)

MEDITERRANEAN POLITICS, (Vol. 21, No. 1, 2016)

MEDITERRANEAN QUARTERLY, December 2015 (Vol. 26, No. 4)

MIDDLE EAST CRITIQUE, (Vol. 25, No. 1, 2016)

MIDDLE EASTERN STUDIES, (Vol. 52, No. 1, 2016)

THE MUSLIM WORLD, October 2015 (Vol. 105, No. 4)

THE MUSLIM WORLD, January 2016 (Vol. 106, No. 1)

NEW MEDIA & SOCIETY, February 2016 (Vol. 18, No. 2)

THE NEW YOUR REVIEW OF BOOKS, March 2016 (Vol. 63, No. 4)

THE NEW YORKER, February 8 & 15, 2016 (Vol. 92, Nos. 1 and 2)

THE NEW YORKER, February 22, 2016 (Vol. 92, No. 3)

ORBIS, (Vol. 60, No. 1, 2016)

POLITICAL STUDIES, December 2015 (Vol. 63, No. 5)

RACE & CLASS, October-December 2015 (Vol. 57, No. 2)

SOCIAL SCIENCE QUARTERLY, March 2016 (Vol. 97, No. 1)

SOCIOLOGY OF ISLAM, (Vol. 3, Nos. 3-4, 2015)

THEORY, CULTURE & SOCIETY, March 2016 (Vol. 33, No. 2)

WAR IN HISTORY, January 2016 (Vol. 23, No. 1)

THE WASHINGTON QUARTERLY, (Vol. 38, No. 4, 2015)

WORLDVIEWS: GLOBAL RELIGIONS, CULTURE, AND ECOLOGY, (Vol. 19, No. 3, 2015)

 

2. Articles from Journals

 

AFRICAN AFFAIRS, October 2015 (Vol. 114, No. 457)

Justin V. Hastings and Sarah G. Phillips, “Maritime Piracy Business Networks and Institutions in Africa” [555-576]

Sebastian Elischer, “Autocratic Legacies and State Management of Islamic Activism in Niger” [577-597]

Jaimie Bleck and Kristin Michelitch, “The 2012 Crisis in Mali: Ongoing Empirical State Failure” [598-623]

http://afraf.oxfordjournals.org

 

AFRICAN AFFAIRS, January 2016 (Vol. 115, No. 458)

Maya Mynster Christensen, “The Underbelly of Global Security: Sierra Leonean Ex-Militias in Iraq” [23-43]

http://afraf.oxfordjournals.org

 

ALL AZIMUTH, January 2016 (Vol. 5, No. 1)

Abdellatif Hissouf, “The Moroccan Monarchy and the Islam-Oriented PJD: Pragmatic Cohabitation and the Need for Islamic Political Secularism” [43-56]

Seán O Regan, “Conflict Resolution Revisited: Peaceful Resolution, Mediation and Responsibility to Protect” [69-78]

Engin Sune, “Non-Western International Relations Theory and Ibn Khaldun” [79-88]

 

L’ANNÉE DU MAGHREB (No. 13, 2015-II)

Baudouin Dupret and Yazid Ben Hounet, “Pratique du droit et propriétés au Maghreb” [9-16]

Ammar Belhimer, “Propriété foncière et propriété du capital en Algérie” [17-38]

Barbara Casciarri, “Ethnographie des pratiques légales autour de la revendication des droits fonciers chez les groupes pastoraux de l’État de Khartoum” [39-60]

Yasmine Berriane, “Inclure les ‘n’ayants pas droit’: Terres collectives et inégalités de genre au Maroc” [61-78]

Didier Guignard, “Les archives vivantes des conservations foncières en Algérie” [79-108]

Stéphane Gignoux, “Praxéologie du droit de la copropriété au Maroc: Radiographie ethno-méthodologique d’une résidence á Tanger” [109-129]

Merieme Yafout, “L’égalité en matière d’héritage Jeunes et savoir commun au Maroc” [129-148]

Chérif Dris, “Algérie 2014: De l’élection présidentielle á l’émergence des patrons dans le jeu politique” [149-163]

Saïd Haddad, “La Libye, un État faille? À propos du chaos libyen et de l’échec d’une transition” [167-190]

Thierry Desrues, “Le gouvernement Benkirane á mi-mandat: De l’art d’agiter les épouvantails” [195-220]

Abdelkader Berrada, “Les finances publiques du Maroc: Un bilan du gouvernement Benkirane á mi-parcours (2012-2014)” [223-240]

Céline Lesourd, “’2015, année de l’enseignement’?” [241-260]

Éric Gobe et Larbi Chouikha, “La Tunisie de la Constitution aux élections: La fin de la transition politique?” [261-280]

 

COMPARATIVE EDUCATION REVIEW, February 2016 (Vol. 60, No. 1)

Samira Alayan, “The Holocaust in Palestinian Textbooks: Differences and Similarities in Israel and Palestine” [*]

http://www.journals.uchicago.edu/toc/cer/current

 

COMPARATIVE POLITICAL STUDIES, March 2016 (Vol. 49, No. 3)

Marc Helbling and Richard Traunmüller, “How State Support of Religion Shapes Attitudes Toward Muslim Immigrants: New Evidence From a Sub-National Comparison” [391-424]

http://cps.sagepub.com

 

COMPARATIVE STUDIES IN SOCIETY AND HISTORY, January 2016 (Vol. 58, No. 1)

Oren Kosanisky, “When Jews Speak Arabic: Dialectology and Difference in Colonial Morocco” [5-39]

Esra Özyürek, “Export-Import Theory and the Racialization of Anti-Semitism: Turkish- and Arab-Only Prevention Programs in Germany” [40-65]

Tolga U. Esmer, “Notes on a Scandal: Transregional Networks of Violence, Gossip, and Imperial Sovereignty in the Late Eighteenth-Century Ottoman Empire” [99-128]

http://journals.cambridge.org

 

CRIMINAL JUSTICE AND BEHAVIOR, February 2016 (Vol. 43, No. 2)

Mazhar H. Bhutta and J. Stephen Wormith, “An Examination of a Risk/Needs Assessment Instrument and Its Relation to Religiosity and Recidivism Among Probationers in a Muslim Culture” [204-229]

http://cjb.sagepub.com

 

CURRENT ANTHROPOLOGY, June 2016 (Vol. 57, No. 13)

Scott Atran, “The Devoted Actor: Unconditional Commitment and Intractable Conflict across Cultures” [*]

http://www.journals.uchicago.ecu

 

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

 

DEVELOPMENT AND CHANGE, November 2015 (Vol. 46, No. 6)

Mariz Tadros, “Contentious and Prefigurative Politics: Vigilante Groups’ Struggle against Sexual Violence in Egypt (2011-2013)” [1345-1368]

http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com

 

DISCOURSE COMMUNICATION, February 2016 (Vol. 10, No. 1)

Lyndon CS Way and Ece Nur Kaya, “Turkish Newspapers’ Role in Winning Votes and Exasperating Turkish-Kurdish Relations: The Ağn Shootings” [82-100]

http://dcm.sagepub.com

 

ETHNICITIES, February 2016 (Vol. 16, No. 1)

Marja Peltola, “Respectable Families: Discourses on Family Life, Ethnic Hierarchies and Social Positioning” [22-39]

Melanie Eijberts and Conny Roggeband, “Stuck with the Stigma? How Muslim Migrant Women in the Netherlands Deal ‘Individually and Collectively’ with Negative Stereotypes” [130-153]

http://etn.sagepub.com

 

EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF CULTURAL STUDIES, December 2015

(Vol. 18, No. 6)

Anas Altikriti and Salam Al-Mahadin, “Muslim ‘Hate Preachers’ in British Tabloids: Constructing the British Self and the Muslim Other” [620-638]

Jamie Hakim, “Affect and Popular Zionism in the British Jewish Community after 1967” [672-689]

http://ecs.sagepub.com

 

EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS, March 2016 (Vol. 22, No. 1)

Jonathan Graubart and Arturo Jimenez-Bacardi, “David in Goliath’s Citadel: Mobilizing the Security Council’s Normative Power for Palestine” [24-48]

http://ejt.sagepub.com

 

EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF WOMEN’S STUDIES, February 2016

(Vol. 23, No. 1)

Ayşe Betül Çelik, “A Holistic Approach to Violence: Women Parliamentarians’ Understanding of Violence Against Women and Violence in the Kurdish Issue in Turkey” [76-92]

http://ejw.sagepub.com

 

EUROPEAN SOCIOLOGICAL REVIEW, February 2016 (Vol. 32, No. 1)

Merlin Schaeffer, Jutta Höhne and Céline Teney, “Income Advantages of Poorly Qualified Immigrant Minorities: Why School Dropouts of Turkish Origin Earn More in Germany” [93-107]

http://esr.oxfordjournals.org

 

FORCED MIGRATION REVIEW, (No. 51, 2016)

<<Special Issue: ‘Destination: Europe’>>

William Lacy Swing, “The Mediterranean Challenge within a World of Humanitarian Crises” [*]

Frida Bjømeseth, “Melilla: Mirage en Route to Europe” [*]

Herman del Valle, Rabia Ben Ali and Will Turner, “Search and Rescue in the Central Mediterranean” [*]

Frank Laczko, Ann Singleton, Tara Brian and Marzia, “Migrant Arrivals and Deaths in the Mediterranean: What Do the Data Really Tell Us?” [*]

Nassim Majidi, “Afghan and Somali (Post)-Conflict Migration to the EU” [*]

Mogos O Brhane, “Understanding Why Eritreans Go to Europe” [*]

Yotam Gidron and Olivia Bueno, “No Option but Europe” [*]

Mirjam A Twigt, “Iraqi Refugee Households in Jordan: The Active Search for Solutions” [*]

J O Moses Okello, “Tragedy on the Way to Europe: A Perspective from Africa” [*]

Marilla Calegari and Rosana Baeninger, “From Syria to Brazil” [*]

www.fmreview.org

 

FRENCH CULTURAL STUDIES, February 2016 (Vol. 27, No. 1)

Maria Flood, “Terrorism and Visibility in Algeria’s ‘Black Decade’: Des hommes et des dieux (2010)” [62-72]

http://frc.sagepub.com

 

FRENCH HISTORY, March 2016 (Vol. 30, No. 1)

Francisco Javier Martínez, “International or French? The Early International Sanitary Conferences and France’s Struggle for Hegemony in the Mid-Nineteenth Century Mediterranean” [77-98]

Pablo La Porte, “Lyautey l’Européen: Metropolitan Ambitions, Imperial Designs and French Rule in Morocco, 1912-25” [99-120]

http://fh.oxfordjournals.org

 

GENDER, WORK & ORGANIZATION, March 2016 (Vol. 23, No. 2)

Sibel Yamak, Ali Ergur, Mustafa F. Özbilgin and Ozan Nadir Alakavuklar, “Gender as Symbolic Capital and Violence: The Case of Corporate Elites in Turkey” [125-146]

http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com

 

GLOBAL MEDIA AND COMMUNICATION, December 2015

(Vol. 11, No. 3)

<<Special Issue: Peace Journalism>>

Jake Lynch, Annabel McGoldrick and James Heathers, “Psychophysiological Audience Responses to War Journalism and Peace Journalism” [201-217]

Leticia Anderson, “Countering Islamophobic Media Representations: The Potential Role of Peace Journalism” [255-270]

Zainab Jasim, “Based on the Peace Journalism Model: Analysis of Al-Jazeera’s Coverage of Bahrain’s Uprising and Syria’s Chemical Attack” [271-302]

http://gmc.sagepub.com

 

HAWWA, (Vol. 13, No. 3, 2015)

Anna Piela, “Muslim Women Speak Online” [271-278]

Heather Akou, “Becoming Visible: The Role of the Internet in Dress Choices Among Native-Born Converts to Islam in North America” [279-296]

Valerie Behiery, “Muslim Women Visual Artist’ Online Organizations” [297-322]

Maria Curtis, “’I Have a Voice’: Despatialization, Multiple Alterities and the Digital Performance of Jbala Women of Northern Morocco” [323-343]

Katarzyna Górak-Sosnowska, “Between Fitna and the Idyll” [344-362]

Anna Piela, “Online Islamic Spaces as Communities of Practice for Female Muslim Converts Who Wear the Niqab” [363-382]

Rebecca S. Robinson, “Sexuality, Difference, and American Hijabi Bloggers” [383-400]

Danielle Saad, “The Other Muslimah” [401-421]

Alexandros Sakellariou, “Female Converts from Greek Orthodoxy to Islam and Their Digital Religious Identity” [422-439]

Usha Sanyal, “Al-Huda International” [440-460]

http://booksandjournals.brillonline.com

 

HISTORY, January 2016 (Vol. 101, No. 344)

Michael Wintle, “Islam as Europe’s ‘Other’ in the Long Term: Some Discontinuities” [42-61]

http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com

 

HISTORY OF RELIGIONS, November 2015 (Vol. 55, No. 2)

Jonathan E. Brockopp, “Interpreting Material Evidence: Religion at the ‘Origins of Islam’” [121-147]

Michael Ebstein and Tzahi Weiss, “A Drama in Heaven: ‘Emanation on the Left’ in Kabbalah and a Parallel Cosmogonic Myth in Ismā’īlī Literature” [148-171]

Karen G. Ruffle, “Wounds of Devotion: Reconceiving Mātam in Shi’i Islam” [172-195]

Robert Logan Sparks, “Adab as Facilitator of spatial Negotiation in Shared Muslim-Christian Ritual” [196-221]

 

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF CONTEMPORARY IRAQI STUDIES, March  2015 (Vol. 9, No. 1)

Caecilia Pieri, “Editing out the Architectural History of Modern Iraq: Aspects of the Academic Discourse (1950s-1980s)” [7-20]

Akiko Yoshioka, “The Shifting Balance of Power in Iraqi Kurdistan: The Struggle for Democracy with Uninstitutionalized Governance” [21-35]

Amin Malak, “Double Defiance and the Diary’s Generic Boundaries: Nuha al-Radi’s Chronicle of War and Exile” [37-47]

http://www.ingentaconnect.com

 

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF CONTEMPORARY IRAQI STUDIES, June  2015 (Vol. 9, No. 2)

Raymond William Baker, “Breaking Windows: In the Neighbourhood and in Iraq” [83-104]

Zaid Shlah, “The Conscripted Metaphor” [105-119]

Tareq Y. Ismael, “The Unravelling of the Uncivil State: Iraq and the Imposition of Sectarian Governance” [121-137]

http://www.ingentaconnect.com

 

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF INTELLIGENCE AND COUNTERINTELLIGENCE, Summer 2016 (Vol. 29, No. 2)

Ronen Yitzhak, “The War Against Terrorism and For Stability of the Hashemite Regime: Jordanian Intelligence Challenges in the 21st Century” [213-235]

Carl Anthony Wege, “Anticipatory Intelligence and the Post-Syrian War Hezbollah Intelligence Apparatus” [236-259]

Adam D. M. Svendsen, “Developing International Intelligence Liaison Against Islamic State: Approaching ‘One for all and all for One’?” [260-277]

http://www.tandfonline.com

 

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF MIDDLE EAST STUDIES, February 2016 (Vol. 48, No. 1)

Jonathan H. Shannon, “There and Back Again: Rhetorics of Al-Andalus in Modern Syrian Popular Culture” [5-24]

Ellen McLarney, “Freedom, Justice, and the Power of Adab” [25-46]

Julian Weideman, “Tahar Haddad After Bourguiba and Bin ‘Ali: A Reformist Between Secularists and Islamists” [47-65]

Anja Kublitz, “From Revolutionaries to Muslims: Liminal Becomings Across Palestinian Generations in Denmark” [67-86]

Sara Ababneh, “Troubling the Political: Women in the Jordanian Day-Waged Labor Movement” [87-112]

Deborah Kapchan, “Slow Activism: Listening to the Pain and Praise of Others” [115-119]

Michael O’Toole, “Umm Kulthum’s Water Wheel” [120-123]

Lauren E. Osborne, “The Experience of the Recited Qur’an” [124-128]

Ziad Fahmy, “An Earwitness to History: Street Hawkers and Their Calls in Early 20th-Century Egypt” [129-134]

G. Carole Woodall, “Listening for Jazz in Post-Armistice Istanbul” [135-140]

Andrea L. Stanton, “Who Heard What When: Learning from Radio Broadcasting Hours and Programs in Jerusalem” [141-145]

Camron Michael Amin, “’Science’ and Literary Soundscapes, Neuroscience and Oral History: Research Notes from Iranian Studies” [146-150]

Ida Meftahi, “The Sounds and Moves of ibtizāl in 20th-Century Iran” [151-155]

Saba Mahmood, “Reflections on the Limits of Law” [157-163]

http://www.journals.cambridge.org

 

INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS, March 2016 (Vol. 30, No. 1)

Rosemary Hollis, “Palestine and the Palestinians in British Political Elite Discourse: From ‘The Palestine Problem’ to ‘The Two-State Solution’” [3-28]

http://ire.sagepub.com

 

ISLAM AND CHRISTIAN-MUSLIM RELATIONS, (Vol. 26, No. 4, 2015)

Klas Borell, “When Is the Time to Hate? A Research Review on the Impact of Dramatic Events on Islamophobia and Islamophobic Hate Crimes in Europe” [409-421]

Yvonne Yazbeck Haddad and Rahel Fischbach, “Interfaith Dialogue in Lebanon: Between a Power Balancing Act and Theological Encounters” [423-442]

Nicole Patierno, “Palestinian Liberation Theology: Creative Resistance to Occupation” [443-464]

Abdul Kabir Hussain Solihu and Abdulganiy Akorede Abdulhameed, “Christian Translations of the Qur’an into Yoruba and Their Historical Background” [465-481]

Liazzat J. K. Bonate, “The Advent and Schisms of Sufi Orders in Mozambique, 1896-1964” [483-501]

http://www.tandfonline.com

 

ISRAEL STUDIES, Spring 2016 (Vol. 21, No. 1)

Avraham Sela and Avraham Kadish, “Israeli and Palestinian Memories and Historical Narratives of the 1948 War – An Overview” [1-25]

Bosmat Garami, “The 1948 Palestine War on the Small Screen: A Comparative Analysis of its Representation in Two Israeli Television Series” [27-53]

Rafi Nets-Zehngut, “Israel’s Publications Agency and the 1948 Palestinian Refugees” [54-81]

Offer Boord, “The War of Independence Exhibited: A Study of Three Israeli Museums” [82-108]

Ziva Kolodney, “Contested Urban Memoryscape Strategies and Tactics in Post-1948 Haifa” [109-131]

Assaf Peled, “Descending the Khazooq: ‘Working Through’ the Trauma of the Nakba in Emile Habibi’s Oeuvre” [157-182]

Wa-ma nasayna (We Have Not Forgotten): Palestinian Collective Memory and the Print Work of Abed Abdi” [183-208]

http://muse.jhu.edu/journals  

 

THE JOURNAL OF AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION AND EXTENSION, February 2016 (Vol. 22, No. 1)

Maya Benouniche, Mostafa Errahj and Marcel Kuper, “The Seductive Power of an Innovation: Enrolling Non-Conventional Actors in a Drip Irrigation Community in Morocco” [61-79]

http://www.tandfonline.com

 

JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN ACADEMY OF RELIGION, March 2016 (Vol. 84, No. 1)

Jonathan E. Brockopp, “Islamic Origins and Incidental Normativity” [28-43]

Zareena Grewal, “Destabilizing Orthodoxy, De-Territorializing the Anthropology of Islam” [44-59]

Sarah Eltantawi, “What Does ‘Modernity’ and ‘Postmodernity’ Mean to Northern Nigerians?” [60-73]

Elliott Bazzano, “Normative Readings of the Qur’an: From the Premodern Middle East to the Modern West” [74-97]

Juliane Hammer, “To Work for Change: Normativity, Feminism, and Islam” [98-112]

Anna M. Gade, “A Response” [113-126]

http://jaar.oxfordjournals.org

 

JOURNAL OF CONTEMPORARY HISTORY, January 2016 (Vol. 51, No. 1)

Gadi Heimann, “A Case of Diplomatic Symbiosis: France, Israel and the former French Colonies in Africa, 1958-62” [145-164]

http://jch.sagepub.com

 

JOURNAL OF DEVELOPING SOCIETIES, March 2016 (Vol. 32, No. 1)

Danny Singh, “Anti-Corruption Strategies in Afghanistan: An Alternative Approach” [44-72]

http://jds.sagepub.com

 

JOURNAL OF EARLY MODERN HISTORY, (Vol. 20, No. 1, 2016)

Sinem Casale, “A Peace for a Prince: The Reception of a Safavid Child Hostage at the Ottoman Court” [39-62]

http://booksandjournals.brillonline.com

 

JOURNAL OF EARLY MODERN HISTORY, (Vol. 20, No. 2, 2016)

Patrick J. O’Banion “’They Will Know Our Hearts’: Practicing the Art of Dissimulation on the Islamic Periphery” [193-217]

http://booksandjournals.brillonline.com

 

JOURNAL OF FAMILY ISSUES, April 2016 (Vol. 37, No. 5)

Alireza Nikbakht Nasrabadi, Ali Montazeri, Hasan Eftekhar Ardebili, Setareh Homami, Yousef Karimi, Sahamaz Nedjal, Mahdi Moshki and Ali Akbar Mansourian, “Exploring Gender-Based Sibling Roles: A Qualitative Study on Contemporary Iranian Families” [692-716]

http://jfi.sagepub.com

 

JOURNAL OF INTERNATIONAL CRIMINAL JUSTICE, December 2015 (Vol. 13, No. 5)

Manuel J. Ventura, “Escape from Johannesburg?: Sudanese President Al-Bashir Visits South Africa, and the Implicit Removal of head of State Immunity by the UN Security Council in Light of al-Jedda” [995-1025]

Dire Tladi, “The Duty on South Africa to Arrest and Surrender President Al-Bashir Under South African and International Law: A Perspective from International Law” [1027-1047]

Erika de Wet, “The Implications of President Al-Bashir’s Visit to south Africa for International and Domestic Law” [1049-1071]

Sebastián A. Green Martinez, “Destruction of Cultural Heritage in Northern Mali: A Crime Against Humanity?” [1073-1097]

http://jicj.oxfordjournals.org

 

THE JOURNAL OF INTERNATIONAL SECURITY AFFAIRS, Fall-Winter 2016 (No. 29)

<<Special Issue: The State of the Islamic State>>

Aymenn Jawad al-Tamimi, “How the Islamic State Governs” [*]

Efraim Inbar, “ISIS: The Dangers for Israel” [*]

J. Peter Pham, “How Boko Haram Became the Islamic State’s West Africa Province” [*]

Anna Borshchevskaya, “The Islamic State Comes to Russia” [*]

Nervana Mahmoud, “Egypt in the Crosshairs” [*]

James S. Robbins, “Fighting the Islamic State: The U.S. Scorecard” [*]

Alberto Fernandez, “Countering the Islamic State’s Message” [*]

Michael David Clark, “The Shi’a Strike Back” [*]

Renad Mansour, “A Kurdish Moment? ” [*]

Ilan Berman, “Russia’s Risky Syria Strategy” [*]

Daveed Gartenstein-Ross and Nathaniel Barr, “An Opening for Al-Qaeda” [*]

Vahid Asghari, “TEHRAN – Iran’s Neglected Voices” [*]

http://www.securityaffairs.org

 

JOURNAL OF MIDDLE EAST WOMEN’S STUDIES, November 2015

(Vol. 11, No. 3)

Stefanie Nanes, “’The Quota Encouraged Me to Run’: Evaluating Jordan’s Municipal Quota for Women” [261-282]

Sarah Ghabrial, “The Traumas and Truths of the Body: Medical Evidence and Divorce in Colonial Algerian Courts, 1870-1930” [283-305]

Tal Meier, “’I Do What I Please, But Even So, I See a Psychologist’: Palestinian Divorced and Widowed Mothers in Israel” [306-324]

Elif Akşit and Ezgi Saritaş, “The Centrality of Gender to Understanding Turkish Politics” [325-330]

Sinan Goknur, “Queer Imaginaries: Tensions in Academic and Activist Frames” [331-336]

http://muse.jhu.edu/journals

 

JOURNAL OF PEACE RESEARCH, January 2016 (Vol. 53, No. 1)

Peter Rudloff and Michael G. Findley, “The Downstream Effects of Combatant Fragmentation on Civil War Recurrence” [19-32]

Jonas B. Bunte and Laura Thaut Vinson, “Local Power-Sharing Institutions and Interreligious Violence in Nigeria” [49-65]

Paul Caruso, Ilaria Petrarca and Roberto Ricciuti, “Climate Change, Rice Crops, and Violence: Evidence from Indonesia” [66-83]

http://jpr.sagepub.com

 

JOURNAL OF PUBLIC HEALTH, March 2016 (Vol. 38, No. 1)

Claudia Schröder, Monique Chaaya, Dahlia Saab and Ziyad Mahfoud, “The Determinants of Intention to Smoke Waterpipe among Adolescents in Lebanon: A National Household Survey” [84-91]

http://jpubhealth.oxfordjournals.org

 

JOURNAL OF THE ROYAL ANTHROPOLOGICAL INSTITUTE, December 2015 (Vol. 21, No. 4)

Christopher Houston, “Politicizing Place Perception: A Phenomenology of Urban Activism in Istanbul” [720-738]

Laura Menin, “The Impasse of Modernity: Personal Agency, Divine Destiny, and the Unpredictability of Intimate Relationships in Morocco” [892-910]

http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com

 

JOURNAL OF THE ROYAL ANTHROPOLOGICAL INSTITUTE, March 2016 (Vol. 22, No. 1)

Naor Ben-Yehoyada, “’Follow Me, and I Will Make You Fishers of Men’: The Moral and Political Scales of Migration in the Central Mediterranean” [183-202]

http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com

 

LONDON REVIEW OF BOOKS, February 2016 (Vol. 38, No. 1)

Joost Hiltermann, “Chemical Wonders: The Iran-Iraq War” [*]

http://www.lrb.co.uk

 

LONDON REVIEW OF BOOKS, March 2016 (Vol. 38, No. 5)

Thomas Nagel, “The Ethics of Drones” [*]

Patrick Cockburn, “End Times for the Caliphate?” [*]

http://www.lrb.co.uk

 

THE LEVANTINE REVIEW, (Vol. 4, No. 2, 2015)

Mordechai Nisan, “Identity and Peoples in History Speculating on Ancient Mediterranean Mysteries” [134-156]

Michael B. Bishku, “Turkmenistan and the Middle East” [157-176]

Harith Hasan al-Qarawee, “Sectarian Identities, Narratives and Political Conflict in Baghdad” [177-200]

Nikolaos Stelgias, “Turkey’s Hybrid Competitive Authoritarian Regime: A Genuine Product of Anatolia’s Middle Class” [201-216]

Abdelwahab Hechiche, “Jihad in Memory and History” [217-253]

http://ejournals.bc.edu

 

MAGHREB-MACHREK, (No. 223, 2015/1)

Jean-Yves Cara, “La situation en Libye: analyse d’une double crise” [7-36]

Christophe Boutin, “Bahreïn: la constitution au Coeur des conflits” [37-48]

Geoffrey Weichselbaum and Xavier Philippe, “Le processus constituant et la Constitution tunisienne du 27 janvier 2014: un modèle à suivre” [49-70]

David Melloni, “Les trois promesses de la nouvelle Constitution marocaine” [71-82]

Jean-Yves Moisseron and Naima Bouras, “La Constitution Égyptienne: Continuité et rupture” [83-98]

Frédéric Rouvillois, “Le printemps des juridictions constitutionnelles” [99-112]

Abdennour Benantar, “Algérie et OTAN: Des intérêts partagés” [113-128]

www.eska.fr

 

MEDITERRANEAN POLITICS, (Vol. 21, No. 1, 2016)

Muriel Asseburg and Heiko Wimmen, “Dynamics of Transformation, Elite Change and New Social Mobilization in the Arab World” [1-22]

Stephan Roll, “Managing Change: How Egypt’s Military Leadership Shaped the Transformation” [23-43]

Nadine Abdalla, “Youth Movements in the Egyptian Transformation: Strategies and Repertoires of Political Participation” [44-63]

Wolfram Lacher, “Libya’s Local Elites and the Politics of Alliance Building” [64-85]

Rafaa Tabib, “Mobilized Publics in Post-Qadhafi Libya: The Emergence of New Modes of Popular Protest in Tripoli and Ubari” [86-106]

Amel Boubekeur, “Islamists, Secularists and Old Regime Elites in Tunisia: Bargained Competition” [107-127]

Anna Antonakis-Nashif, “Contested Transformation: Mobilized Publics in Tunisia between Compliance and Protest” [128-149]

Mareike Transfeld, “Political Bargaining and Violent Conflict: Shifting Elite Alliances as the Decisive Factor in Yemen’s Transformation” [150-169]

Atiaf Z. Alwazir, “Yemen’s Enduring Resistance: Youth between Politics and Informal Mobilization” [170-191]

http://www.tandfonline.com

 

MEDITERRANEAN QUARTERLY, December 2015 (Vol. 26, No. 4)

Luisa Gandolfo, “From Authoritarian to Free State: Balancing Faith and Politics in Tunisia” [13-36]

Patrick N. Theros, “Facing Reality in the Middle East: Understanding Why the Islamic State Is Winning and What to Do about It” [69-86]

Gregory Brew, “’Our Most Dependable Allies’: Iraq, Saudi Arabia, and the Eisenhower Doctrine, 1956-1958” [89-109]

http://muse.jhu.edu/journals

 

MIDDLE EAST CRITIQUE, (Vol. 25, No. 1, 2016)

Sean F. McMahon, “Temporality, Peace Initiatives and Palestinian-Israeli Politics” [5-21]

Jaafar Alloul, “Signs of Visual Resistance in Palestine: Unsettling the Settler-Colonial Matrix” [23-44]

Guy Burton, “Assessing Palestinian Economic Exchange Across the Green Line” [45-62]

Matteo Capasso, “Colonial Biopolitics” [63-70]

Arshin Adib-Moghaddam, “Islamic Secularism and the Question of Freedom in Iran” [71-82]

Adam Yaghi, “Popular Testimonial Literature by American Cultural Conservatives of Arab or Muslim Descent: Narrating the Self, Translating (an)Other” [83-98]

http://www.tandfonline.com

 

MIDDLE EASTERN STUDIES, (Vol. 52, No. 1, 2016)

Yonatan Mendel, “From German Philology to Local Usability: The Emergence of ‘Practical’ Arabic in the Hebrew Reali School in Haifa, 1913-48” [1-26]

Katherine Ranharter and Gareth Stansfield, “Acknowledging the Suffering Caused by State-Mandated Sexual Violence and Crimes: An Assessment of the Iraqi High Tribunal” [27-45]

Ahmet Serdar Aktürk, “Female Cousins and Wounded Masculinity: Kurdish Nationalist Discourse in the Post-Ottoman Middle Ease” [46-59]

Doğan Gürpinar and Ceren Kenar, “The Nation and Its Sermons: Islam, Kemalism and the Presidency of Religious Affairs in Turkey” [60-78]

Anat Kidron, “Separatism, Coexistence and the Landscape: Jews and Palestinian-Arabs in Mandatory Haifa” [79-101]

Guy Bracha, “A Letter from Iraq: The Writing of Iraqi Correspondents in al-‘Alam al-‘Isra’ili and Isra’il” [102-115]

Erdem Sönmez, “From kanun-I kadim (Ancient Law) to umumun kuvveti (Force of People): Historical Context of the Ottoman Constitutionalism” [116-134]

Muhammad Suwaed, “The Wadi al-Hawarith Affair (Emek Hefer): Disputed Land and the Struggle for Ownership: 1929-33” [135-152]

http://www.tandfonline.com

 

THE MUSLIM WORLD, October 2015 (Vol. 105, No. 4)

Charles Kurzman and Bruce B. Lawrence, “Muslim Modernities: Interdisciplinary Insights Across Time and Space” [439-445]

Joshua Gedacht, “Holy War, Progress, and ‘Modern Mohammedans’ in Colonial Southeast Asia” [446-471]

Amrita Malhi, “Like a Child with Two Parents: Race, Religion and Royalty on the Siam-Malaya Frontier, 1895-1902” [472-495]

Nurfadzilah Yahaya, “Craving Bureaucracy: Marriage, Islamic Law, and Arab Petitioners in the Straits Settlements” [496-515]

Said Hassan, “Law-Abiding Citizen: Recent Fatwas on Muslim Minorities’ Loyalty to Western Nations” [516-539]

Dunya D. Cakir, “Islamist Texts in Practice: Commemorating Qutb in Turkey Before and After the Arab Spring” [540-560]

Rose Wellman, “Regenerating the Islamic Republic: Commemorating Martyrs in Provincial Iran” [561-581]

Daren E. Ray, “Celebrating Swahili New Year: A Performative Critique of Textual Islam in Coastal Kenya” [582-607]

http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com

 

THE MUSLIM WORLD, January 2016 (Vol. 106, No. 1)

 <<Special Issue: Overcoming Sectarian Faultlines After the Arab Uprisings: Sources, Symptoms and Solutions>>

Mark Farha, “Preface, ‘Overcoming Sectarian Faultlines After the Arab Uprisings’” [3-7]

Mark Farha, “Searching for Sectarianism in the Arab Spring: Colonial Conspiracy or Indigenous Instinct?” [8-61]

Hassan Mneimneh, “From Communitarianism to Sectarianism: The Trajectory of Factionalism in the Arab Middle East” [62-82]

Yahya Hakim, “The Hashemite-Umayyad Divide and Its Impact on the Future of Islam” [83-96]

Abdel Rahman Azzam, “Sources of the Sunni Revival: Nizam u-Mulk & the Nizamiyya: An 11th Century Response to Sectarianism” [97-108]

Hamad H. Albloshi, “Sectarianism and the Arab Spring: The Case of the Kuwaiti Shi’a” [109-126]

Shahram Akbarzadeh, “Why Does Iran Need Hizbullah?” [127-140]

Birol Başkan, “Making Sense of Turkey’s Foreign Policy: Clashing Identities and Interests” [141-154]

Emman El-Badawy, “Nationalism and Institutionalized Sectarianism in Egypt” [155-168]

Badr Eddin Rahimah, “The Class Oriented Rationale: Uncovering the Sources of the Syrian Civil War” [169-186]

Imad Salamey, “The Double Movement & Post-Arab Spring Consociationalism” [187-204]

Ibrahim Warde, “Wagering on Sectarianism: The Political Economy of Extremism” [205-216]

http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com

 

NEW MEDIA & SOCIETY, February 2016 (Vol. 18, No. 2)

DJ Wolover, “An Issue of Attribution: The Tunisian Revolution, Media Interaction, and Agency” [185-200]

http://nms.sagepub.com

 

THE NEW YORK REVIEW OF BOOKS, March 2016 (Vol. 63, No. 4)

Mark Lilla, “France: Is There a Way Out?” [*]

Hugh Eakin, “Liberal, Harsh Denmark” [*]

http://www.nybooks.com

 

THE NEW YORKER, February 8 & 15, 2016 (Vol. 92, Nos. 1 and 2)

Elif Batuman, “Cover Story: The Head Scarf, Modern Turkey, and Me” [*]

http://www.newyorker.com

 

THE NEW YORKER, February 22, 2016

William Finnegan, “Preparing for Apocalypse in San Bernardino” [*]

http://www.newyorker.com

 

ORBIS, (Vol. 60, No. 1, 2016)

T.X. Hammes, “Raising and Mentoring Security Forces in Iraq and Afghanistan” [52-72]

http://www.sciencedirect.com

 

POLITICAL STUDIES, December 2015 (Vol. 63, No. 5)

Sarah Maddison, “Teaching Tolerance? Associational Diversity and Tolerance Formation” [1031-1051]

http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com

 

RACE & CLASS, October-December 2015 (Vol. 57, No. 2)

Omran Shroufi, “The Gates of Jerusalem: European Revisionism and the Populist Radical Right” [24-42]

http://rac.sagepub.com

 

SOCIAL SCIENCE QUARTERLY, March 2016 (Vol. 97, No. 1)

Steven R. Corman, “The Narrative Rationality of Violent Extremism” (9-18)

Jytte Klausen, Tyler Morrill and Rosanne Libretti, “The Terrorist Age-Crime Curve: An Analysis of American Islamist Terrorist Offenders and Age-Specific Propensity for Participation in Violent and Nonviolent Incidents” [19-32]

Rebecca S. Cruise, “Enough with the Stereotypes: Representations of Women in Terrorist Organizations” [33-43]

James L. Regens, Nick Mould, Elizabeth Vernon and Amanda Montgomery, “Operaitonal Dynamics of Boko Haram’s Terrorist Campaign Following Leadership Succession” [44-52]

Maya Siman-Tov, Moran Bodas and Kobi Peleg, “The Social Impact of Terrorism on Civilian Populations: Lessons Learned from Decades of Terrorism in Israel and Abroad” [75-85]

http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com

 

SOCIOLOGY OF ISLAM, (Vol. 3, Nos. 3-4, 2015)

Ali Mirsepassi and Tadd Fernee, “Defending the Current Academic Orthodoxy in Islamic Studies” [107-124]

Jibreel Delgado, “Post-Islamist Transformations in Morocco” [125-145]

Itzchak Weismann, “Framing a Modern Umma” [146-169]

Levi Geir Eidhamar, “Divine Revelation and Human Reasoning” [170-189]

Matthijs van den Bos, “Conjectures on Soltān’alīshāh, the Valāyat-nāme and Shiite Sufi Authority” [190-207]

http://booksandjournals.brillonline.com

 

THEORY, CULTURE & SOCIETY, March 2016 (Vol. 33, No. 2)

Rochelle Terman, “Islamophobia, Feminism and the Politics of Critique” [77-102]

http://tcs.sagepub.com

 

WAR IN HISTORY, January 2016 (Vol. 23, No. 1)

Temel Öztürk, “Egyptian Soldiers in Ottoman Campaigns from the Sixteenth to the Eighteenth Centuries” [4-19]

http://wih.sagepub.com

 

THE WASHINGTON QUARTERLY, (Vol. 38, No. 4, 2015)

Bruno Tertrais, “The Revenge of History” [7-18]

Michael J. Green and Matthew P. Goodman, “After TPP: The Geopolitics of Asia and the Pacific” [19-34]

James Goldgeier, and Jeremi Suri, “Revitalizing the U.S. National Security Strategy” [35-55]

C. Christine Fair and Sumit Ganguly, “Five Dangerous Myths about Pakistan” [73-97]

Cornelius Adebahr, “The Linchpin to the Iran Deal’s Future: Europe” [115-131]

Khaled Elgindy, “Lost in Chaos: The Palestinian Leadership Crisis” [133-150]

Marcus DuBois King, “The Weaponization of Water in Syria and Iraq” [153-169]

Daniel Byman, “Six Bad Options for Syria” [171-186]

http://www.tandfonline.com

 

WORLDVIEWS: GLOBAL RELIGIONS, CULTURE, AND ECOLOGY,

(Vol. 19, No. 3, 2015)

Azman Ahmad, “Islamic Attitudes towards Environment Problems and Practices” [209-225]

http://booksandjournals.brillonline.com