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The Cambridge History of Egypt

The Cambridge History of Egypt
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Robert K. Ritner, Walter E. Kaegi, Hugh Kennedy, Thierry Bianquis, Paul E. Walker, Paula A. Sanders, Terry G. Wilfong, Norman A. Stillman, Michael Chamberlain, Linda S. Northrup, Jean-Claude Garcin, Warren C. Schultz, Irene A. Bierman, Jonathan P. Berkey, Donald P. Little, R. Stephen Humphreys, Carl F. Petry, Michael Winter, Jane Hathaway, Daniel Crecelius, Nell Hanna, Daniel Dykstra, Khaled Fahmy, F. Robert Hunter, Hassan Ahmed Ibrahim, Donald Malcolm Reid, M. W. Daly, Ehud Toledano, Selma Botman, Joel Beinin, Alain Roussillon, Paul Starkey
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  • Date Published: July 2008
  • availability: Temporarily unavailable - available from October 2021
  • format: Multiple copy pack
  • isbn: 9780521734226

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  • The Cambridge History of Egypt offers the first comprehensive English-language treatment of Egyptian history through thirteen centuries, from the Arab conquest to the present day. The two-volume survey, written by international experts, considers the political, socio-economic and cultural history of the world's oldest state, summarising the debates and providing insight into current controversies. Implicit in the project is the need to treat Egypt's history as a continuum and at the heart of any regional comparisons. As Egypt reclaims a leading role in the Islamic, Arab and Afro-Asian worlds, the project stands as testimony to its complex and vibrant past. Its balanced and integrated coverage will make an ideal reference tool for students, scholars and general readers.Volume 1/Islamic Egypt, 640 1517, edited by Carl PetryVolume 2/Modern Egypt, 1517 1990, edited by M. W. Daly

    • The first comprehensive English-language history of Egypt from the Arab conquest to the present day
    • An international authorship of leading experts
    • An essential reference tool for students, providing up-to-date summaries and analysis of the latest research
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    Reviews & endorsements

    "It is a pleasure to crack the pages of The Cambridge History of Egypt, a new, long-ovedue enterprise in a venerable series." The Historian

    "...an exceedingly valuable, comprehensive, and readable source for serious students and faculty interested in greater depth, more recent scholarship, and bibliographic reference." Choice

    "...a compilation that will surely rank as a standard work in the literature." Journal of Palestine Studies

    "...Petrie, Daly, and their many authors do an excellent job of offering a traditional history (dates and kings, culture and economics)..." Middle East Quarterly

    "The two-volume servey considers the political, socio-economic, and cultural history of the world's oldest state, summarizing the debates and providing insight into current controversies." Shofar

    "All in all, the two volumes of The Cambridge History of Egypt are well edited, thoroughly documented, handsomely presented, and dignified by the research and writing of always competent and in several instances brilliant scholars. Both volumes are aimed at a readership, whether general of specialized, that will hopefully take advantage of this ambitious and even quite monumental undertaking to deepen its appreciation of Egypt's historical grandeur." International Journal of African Historical Studies

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    • Date Published: July 2008
    • format: Multiple copy pack
    • isbn: 9780521734226
    • length: 949 pages
    • dimensions: 228 x 152 x 68 mm
    • weight: 1.79kg
    • availability: Temporarily unavailable - available from October 2021
  • Table of Contents

    Volume 1:
    1. Egypt under Roman rule: the legacy of Ancient Egypt Robert K. Ritner
    2. Egypt on the eve of the Muslim conquest Walter E. Kaegi
    3. Egypt as a province in the Islamic Caliphate, 641–868 Hugh Kennedy
    4. Autonomous Egypt from Ibn Tulun to Kafur, 868–969 Thierry Bianquis
    5. The Ismaili Da'wa and the Fatimid Caliphate Paul E. Walker
    6. The Fatimid state, 969–1171 Paula A. Sanders
    7. The non-Muslim communities: the Christian community Terry G. Wilfong
    8. The non-Muslim communities: the Jewish community Norman A. Stillman
    9. The Crusader era and the Ayubbid dynasty Michael Chamberlain
    10. The Bahri Mamluk Sultanate, 1250–1390 Linda S. Northrup
    11. The regime of the Circassian Mamluks Jean-Claude Garcin
    12. The monetary history of Egypt, 642–1517 Warren C. Schultz
    13. Art and architecture in the medieval period Irene A. Bierman
    14. Culture and society during the late Middle Ages Jonathan P. Berkey
    15. Historiography of the Ayyubid and Mamluk epochs Donald P. Little
    16. Egypt in the world system of the later Middle Ages R. Stephen Humphreys
    17. The military institution and innovation in the late Mamluk period Carl F. Petry
    18. The Ottoman occupation Michael Winter. Volume 2:
    1. Ottoman Egypt, 1525–1609 Michael Winter
    2. Egypt in the seventeenth century Jane Hathaway
    3. Egypt in the eighteenth century Daniel Crecelius
    4. Culture in Ottoman Egypt Nell Hanna
    5. The French occupation of Egypt, 1798–1801 Daniel Dykstra
    6. The era of Mehmed Ali Pasha, 1805–48 Khaled Fahmy
    7. Egypt under the successors of Muhammad Ali F. Robert Hunter
    8. The Egyptian empire, 1805–85 Hassan Ahmed Ibrahim
    9. The Urabi revolution and the British conquest, 1879–82 Donald Malcolm Reid
    10. The British occupation, 1882–1922 M. W. Daly
    11. Social and economic change in the 'long nineteenth century' Ehud Toledano
    12. Egypt's liberal age Selma Botman
    13. Egypt: society and economy, 1923–52 Joel Beinin
    14. Republican Egypt interpreted: revolution and beyond Alain Roussillon
    15. Modern Egyptian culture in the Arab world Paul Starkey.

  • Authors

    M. W. Daly, Kettering University, Michigan

    Carl F. Petry, Northwestern University, Illinois

    Contributors

    Robert K. Ritner, Walter E. Kaegi, Hugh Kennedy, Thierry Bianquis, Paul E. Walker, Paula A. Sanders, Terry G. Wilfong, Norman A. Stillman, Michael Chamberlain, Linda S. Northrup, Jean-Claude Garcin, Warren C. Schultz, Irene A. Bierman, Jonathan P. Berkey, Donald P. Little, R. Stephen Humphreys, Carl F. Petry, Michael Winter, Jane Hathaway, Daniel Crecelius, Nell Hanna, Daniel Dykstra, Khaled Fahmy, F. Robert Hunter, Hassan Ahmed Ibrahim, Donald Malcolm Reid, M. W. Daly, Ehud Toledano, Selma Botman, Joel Beinin, Alain Roussillon, Paul Starkey

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