The new crusades : constructing the Muslim enemy / edited by Emran Qureshi and Michael A. Sells.

The New Crusades explores the historical, political, and institutional forces that have raised the specter of a threatening and monolithic Muslim enemy. Bringing together twelve of the most influential thinkers in Middle Eastern and religious studies -- including Edward Said, Roy Mottahedeh, and Fat...

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Online Access: Full Text (via ProQuest)
Other Authors: Qureshi, Emran (Editor), Sells, Michael Anthony (Editor)
Format: eBook
Published: New York : Columbia University Press, [2003]
Table of Contents:
  • Palace fundamentalism and liberal democracy / Fatema Mernissi
  • The clash of definitions / Edward W. Said
  • The clash of civilizations: Samuel P. Huntington, Bernard Lewis, and the remaking of the post-Cold War world order / John Trumpbour
  • The clash of civilizations: an Islamicist's critique / Roy P. Mottahedeh
  • Among the mimics and parasites: V.S. Naipaul's Islam / Rob Nixon
  • Islamic and western worlds: the end of history or clash of civilizations / Mujeeb R. Khan
  • Europe and the Muslims: the permanent cursade? / Tomaž Mastnak
  • The myth of westernness in medieval literary historiography / María Rosa Menocal
  • Islamophobia in France and the "Algerian problem" / Neil MacMaster
  • The nationalist Serbian intellectuals and Islam: defining and eliminating a Muslim community / Norman Cigar
  • Christ killer, Kremlin, contagion / Michael A. Sells.