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Arab cultural studies : mapping the field / edited by Tarik Sabry.

Contributor(s): Sabry, Tarik, 1969- [editor.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: London ; New York : I. B. Tauris & Co Ltd., 2012Description: xiv, 321 p. ; 22 cm.ISBN: 9781848855588 (hbk); 9781848855595 (pbk).Subject(s): Civilization, Arab -- Study and teaching | Mass media -- Arab countries | Arab countries -- Social life and customs -- Study and teaching | Arab countries -- History -- Study and teaching | Arab countries -- Politics and government -- Study and teaching | BAEPS, Political Science June2015 November2015DDC classification: 306.09174927
Contents:
Machine generated contents note: ch. 1 Introduction Arab Cultural Studies: Between 'Reterritorialisation' and 'Deterritorialisation' / Tarik Sabry -- ch. 2 History in Arab Media Studies: A Speculative Cultural History / Walter Armbrust -- ch. 3 Arab Media Studies Between the Legacy of a Thin Discipline and the Promise of New Cultural Pathways / Mohamed Zayani -- ch. 4 Cultural Studies in Arab World Academic Communication Programmes: The Battle for Survival / Muhammad Ayish -- ch. 5 In Search of the Great Absence: Cultural Studies in Arab Universities / Riadh Ferjani -- ch. 6 Rethinking the Arab State and Culture: Preliminary Thoughts / Dina Matar -- ch. 7 The Necessary Politics of Palestinian Cultural Studies / Helga Tawil-Souri -- ch. 8 Rethinking Gender Studies: Towards an Arab Feminist Epistemology / Layal Ftouni -- ch. 9 Disarticulating Arab Popular Culture: The Case of Egyptian Comedies / Iman Hamam --
Contents note continued: ch. 10 Placing Political Economy in Relation to Cultural Studies: Reflections on the Case of Cinema in Saudi Arabia / Naomi Sakr -- ch. 11 The Saudi Modernity Wars According to Abdullah Al-Ghathami: A Template for the Study of Arab Culture and Media / Marwan M. Kraidy -- ch. 12 Cultural Criticism: Theory and Method / Abdullah Al-Ghathami -- ch. 13 Language as Culture: The Question of Arabic / Atef Alshaer -- ch. 14 Internationalising a Media Studies Degree in Arab Higher Education: A Case Study Arising from an Agreement Between New Zealand and Oman / Rosser Johnson.
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Index : p. 315-321.

Includes bibliographical references.

Machine generated contents note: ch. 1 Introduction Arab Cultural Studies: Between 'Reterritorialisation' and 'Deterritorialisation' / Tarik Sabry -- ch. 2 History in Arab Media Studies: A Speculative Cultural History / Walter Armbrust -- ch. 3 Arab Media Studies Between the Legacy of a Thin Discipline and the Promise of New Cultural Pathways / Mohamed Zayani -- ch. 4 Cultural Studies in Arab World Academic Communication Programmes: The Battle for Survival / Muhammad Ayish -- ch. 5 In Search of the Great Absence: Cultural Studies in Arab Universities / Riadh Ferjani -- ch. 6 Rethinking the Arab State and Culture: Preliminary Thoughts / Dina Matar -- ch. 7 The Necessary Politics of Palestinian Cultural Studies / Helga Tawil-Souri -- ch. 8 Rethinking Gender Studies: Towards an Arab Feminist Epistemology / Layal Ftouni -- ch. 9 Disarticulating Arab Popular Culture: The Case of Egyptian Comedies / Iman Hamam --

Contents note continued: ch. 10 Placing Political Economy in Relation to Cultural Studies: Reflections on the Case of Cinema in Saudi Arabia / Naomi Sakr -- ch. 11 The Saudi Modernity Wars According to Abdullah Al-Ghathami: A Template for the Study of Arab Culture and Media / Marwan M. Kraidy -- ch. 12 Cultural Criticism: Theory and Method / Abdullah Al-Ghathami -- ch. 13 Language as Culture: The Question of Arabic / Atef Alshaer -- ch. 14 Internationalising a Media Studies Degree in Arab Higher Education: A Case Study Arising from an Agreement Between New Zealand and Oman / Rosser Johnson.

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