Week 4 Roll Call

Week 4’s Roll Call is a week late. But, for those who are interested in what I did read, here it is.

Historical Scholarship of the Modern Middle East

Gokalp, Ziya. The Principles of Turkism. E.J. Brill: Leiden, Netherlands, 1968.

Antonius, George. The Arab Awakening. New York: Capricorn Books, 1965.

Research Seminar in United States History
This week’s theme: The Archive and the Subaltern

Alvarez, Luis. “On Race, Riots, and Infrapolitics in Wartime Los Angeles.” French Review of American Studies 131 (2012): 20-32.

Bastian, Jeannette A. “The Records of Memory, the Archives of Identity: Celebrations, Texts and Archival Sensibilities.” Archival Science 13 (2013): 121-131.

Guha, Ranajit. “The Prose of Counter-Insurgency.” In Ranajit Guha, ed., Subaltern Studies: Writings on South Asian History and Society, volume 2. New Delhi: Oxford University Press, 1983, 1-42.

Howard, John. “The Politics of Dancing under Japanese American Incarceration.” History Workshop Journal 52 (2001): 123-151.

Johnson, Walter. “On Agency.” Journal of Social History 37 (2003): 113-124.

Portelli, Alesandro. “What Makes Oral History Different.” In Robert Perks and Alistair Thomas, eds., The Oral History Reader. London: Routledge, 1998, 63-74.

Ramírez, Catherine. “Saying Nothin’: Pachucas and the Language of Resistance.” Frontiers: A Journal of Women’s Studies 27, no. 3 (2006): 1-33.

History and Theory

Fieldhouse, David. “Can Humpty-Dumpty Be Put Together Again? Imperial History in the 1980s.” The Journal of Imperial and Commonwealth History 12, no. 2 (1984): 9-23.

Ghosh, Durba. “Another Set of Imperial Turns?” The American Historical Review 117, no. 3 (2012): 772-793.

Said, Edward. “Orientalism Reconsidered.” Race & Class 27, no. 1 (1987): 1-15.

Thompson, James. “Modern Britain and the New Imperial History.” History Compass 5, no. 2 (2007): 455-462.

Wolfe, Patrick. “History and Imperialism: A Century of Theory, from Marx to Postcolonialism.” The American Historical Review 102, no. 2 (1997): 388-420.

Women in Arabic Literature

Leila Abouzeid, Year of the Elephant: A Moroccan Woman’s Journey Toward Independence, and other stories (excerpts)

Anyone read any of these? Be well.

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