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Muhammad Aziz

Muhammad Aziz
2021

A parallel English-Arabic text translated, introduced, and annotated by Muhammad A. Aziz. Press Information: Dar Djlah
Muhammad Aziz
2011

Scholar, mystic and visionary, Ibn ‘Alwan lived through the transition from Ayyubid to Rasulid rule in thirteenth-century Yemen. He was well known in his time for his critique of the ruling elites and their governance, and left behind a substantial body of writings on Islamic mysticism, theology,...
Muhammad Aziz
2020

Dr. Muhammad Aziz collected over one thousand proverbs from his birthplace of the city of Ibb in Yemen. He explained these proverbs and often provided a story behind some of the proverbs. If there is no story behind the proverb, Aziz gives explanation to the vocabulary in meaningful standard Arabic...

Jonas Elbousty, Muhammad Aziz

Jonas Elbousty, Muhammad Aziz
2015

Advanced Arabic Literary Reader is a truly representative collection of literary extracts from across the Arabic-speaking world. Extracts from each country in the Arab world have been carefully selected, with a balance of both male and female writers and prominent and emerging voices, providing a...

Dina Roginsky

Dina Roginsky
2011

In Seeing Israeli and Jewish Dance, choreographer, dancer, and dance scholar Judith Brin Ingber collects wide-ranging essays and many remarkable photographs to explore the evolution of Jewish dance through two thousand years of Diaspora, in communities of amazing variety and amid changing...
Dina Roginsky
2020

Moving through Conflict: Dance and Politics in Israel is a pioneering project in examining the Israeli–Palestinian conflict through dance. It proposes a research framework for study of the social, cultural, aesthetic and political dynamics between Jews and Arabs as reflected in dance from late 19th...
Dina Roginsky
2013

This multicultural reference work on Jewish folklore, legends, customs, and other elements of folklife is the first of its kind.
Dina Roginsky
2009

Dance Discourse in Israel introduces a collection of articles in the field of dance research in Israel. A key issue of the book is the search for a unique expression of local Israeli creation within the universal language of dance.

Jonathan Wyrtzen

Jonathan Wyrtzen
2013

As a fountainhead of postcolonial scholarship, Edward Said has profoundly impacted multiple disciplines. This chapter makes a case for why sociologists should (re)read Edward Said, paying specific attention to his warning about the inevitably violent interactions between knowledge and power in...
Jonathan Wyrtzen
2013

This article applies a process approach to the study of nationalism, analysing anti-colonial protest in interwar Morocco to address how and why elite-constructed national identity resonates for larger audiences. Using Alexander’s social performance model to study nationalist contention, it...