Stanford Studies in Middle Eastern and Islamic Societies and Cultures

Laleh Khalili and Sherene Seikaly, series editors
Kate Wahl, SUP editor
Joel Beinin, founding editor

This series promotes work that centers the Middle East and North Africa as a site of social, political, economic, cultural, and racial formation. It showcases grounded knowledge production that is rigorous in method, empirically rich in sources, and emanating from and through the languages of the Middle East and North Africa. Focusing on the long twentieth century, from the far west of Morocco to the far east of Iran, the series is interested in the everyday lives of people and what they teach us about history, the present, and the future.

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