The Cambridge Middle East Library aims to bring together outstanding scholarly work on the political, social and economic history, politics, sociology and economics of the Middle East and North Africa in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. While primarily focusing on monographs by younger scholars based on original research, the series will also incorporate broader surveys and in-depth treatments by more established scholars.
Editorial Board: Roger Owen; Edmund Burke; Michael C. Hudson; Walid Kazziha; Rashid Khalidi; Serif Mardin; Basim Musallam; Avi Shlaim; Malcolm Yapp
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