Arab Nationalism: A History Nation and State in the Arab World
March 2001, Wiley-Blackwell
1. Nationalism and Its Theories.
2. Narrating the Nation.
3. Cultural and Political Arabism.
4. Educating the Nation: Sati' al-Husri.
5. In Search of Theory.
6. Socialism and Pan-Arabism.
Guide to Further Reading.
List of Dynasties.
- A timely publication as Arab nationalism is being challenged by the emergence of Islamic fundamentalism and the impact of a host of religio-ethnic problems.
- The only book to provide such a breadth of Arab nationalist history.
- Shows how the study of Arab nationalism is bound up with the development of the modern Arab world.
- Includes study aids such as beginning of chapter chronologies, a glossary of unfamiliar terms, and a guide to further reading.
- Clear, well-organised style makes the book ideal for students on a range of courses.
"Recommended particularly for university libraries and those interested in political theory and Middle East studies." CHOICE
"Arab Nationalism is a well-written, fact-filled book that constitutes a useful single-volume study of the evolution of Arabism. It is well-suited for readers who have in interest in the international nuances and development of nationalism and for those Middle East history enthusiasts who wish to delve into a more specialized topic." History: Reviews of New Books