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Sirens of Modernity World Cinema via Bombay Samhita Sunya
Texts from the Middle Documents from the Mediterranean World, 650–1650 Thomas E Burman, Brian A. Catlos, Mark D. Meyerson
Camera Palaestina Photography and Displaced Histories of Palestine Salim Tamari, Issam Nassar, Stephen Sheehi
Nakba and Survival The Story of Palestinians Who Remained in Haifa and the Galilee, 1948-1956 Adel Manna
The Sea in the Middle The Mediterranean World, 650–1650 Thomas E Burman, Brian A. Catlos, Mark D. Meyerson
Amphibious Subjects Sasso and the Contested Politics of Queer Self-Making in Neoliberal Ghana Kwame Edwin Otu
Palimpsests of Themselves Logic and Commentary in Postclassical Muslim South Asia Asad Q. Ahmed
Infrastructure and Form The Global Networks of Indian Contemporary Art, 1991-2008 Karin Zitzewitz
Creating the Qur’an A Historical-Critical Study Stephen J. Shoemaker
Academic Apartheid Race and the Criminalization of Failure in an American Suburb Sean J. Drake
Homelessness Is a Housing Problem How Structural Factors Explain U.S. Patterns Gregg Colburn, Clayton Page Aldern
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