After Orientalism: Critical Perspectives on Western Agency and Eastern Re-appropriations

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François Pouillion, Jean-Claude Vatin
BRILL, Nov 28, 2014 - History - 304 pages
This book offers an exciting new landscape in which to situate research on cultures and societies of the non-European world, with a road-map that leads us beyond the restrictive dichotomy of Occident/Orient.
 

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Contents

Orientalism Dead or Alive? A French History Pouillon
3
The Real Discourses of Orientalism Irwin
18
A History of Western Studies of Islamic Normativity and Their Spread in the Orient Buskens and Dupret
31
The Forbidden Orient EndoExoticism and AntiAnthropological Nationalism in the Writings of Some Contemporary Moroccan Intellectuals Rhani
48
North Africans on North African Jewish History Marglin
64
It is Good to Know Something of Various Peoples Ways of Life Herrenschmidt
74
Part 2 Other Imperialisms
87
An Awkward Relationship Eldem
89
Ahmad Amîn as a Reader of Edward Lane Perrin
162
A Pioneering Egyptian Anthropologist Hopkins
175
A Dual Instrumentalization of Endogenous Anthropological Knowledge Lahmar
188
Part 4 Inventing Orientalist Traditions
197
Between Contemptuous Dismissal and Recognition Larzul
199
The Invention of the Moroccan Carpet de Pommereau
218
Imagining the Producers of Moroccan Fashion and Textiles Nicholas
236
Paradoxical Reversal or Persistent Misunderstanding? Volait
251

Variations on Kemalist Orientalism Szurek
103
Academic Visions of Islam in the Soviet South after Stalin Dudoignon
121
Internal Orientalism Allès
134
Part 3 Recovering Nonindigenous Heritages
143
A Disoriented Heritage? Leturcq
145
Returning the Orient to the Orientals Vatin
272
List of Contributors
279
Index
282
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