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The Modern Middle East A History. Fourth Edition. James L. Gelvin. Extensively revised and updated in the wake of the Arab uprisings, the changes that they fostered, and the fault lines that they exposed, the fourth edition of The Modern Middle East: A History explores how the forces associated with global modernity have shaped the social, economic, cultural, and political life.
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Whether for establishing or deepening one's knowledge of the region, these fundamentals are important to know. The languages, cultural, religious and sectarian communities of the region, and selected turning 4/5(5). I argue that these origins influenced Middle Eastern book history insofar as it took the topic of printing as its main focus.
However, an unevenness characterized this focus since European printing became commonplace from the early sixteenth century onwards, whereas printing in the Middle East took off during the nineteenth : Kathryn A. Schwartz. Beginning in the Middle East and given a European foundation by the Benedictine Code (), successive Monastic reform movements in the ninth century and then in the tenth-eleventh century (Cluny) gave greater vigor to Church attempts to a) preserve the remnants of classical learning; b) elaborate theology; c) lessen fighting in Europe while.
Zachary Lockman's book offers a broad survey of the development of Western knowledge about Islam and the Middle East.
Beginning with ancient Greek and Roman conceptions of the world, the book goes on to discuss European ideas about Islam from its emergence in the seventh century, with particular attention to the age of European imperialism, the era of deepening Cited by:.