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Making Space for the Gulf

Histories of Regionalism and the Middle East

"As the Persian Gulf remains one of the world's most important economic and political theaters, this book is indispensable. Written with passion and grace, Making Space for the Gulf brings the region into focus. Arang Keshavarzian's limpid, precise prose renders the complexities of the region clear without losing nuance."—Greg Grandin author of The End of the Myth

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Detaljer

Forlag
Stanford University Press
Innbinding
Innbundet
Språk
Engelsk
Sider
324
ISBN
9781503633346
Utgivelsesår
2024
Format
23 x 15 cm

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"As the Persian Gulf remains one of the world's most important economic and political theaters, this book is indispensable. Written with passion and grace, Making Space for the Gulf brings the region into focus. Arang Keshavarzian's limpid, precise prose renders the complexities of the region clear without losing nuance."—Greg Grandin author of The End of the Myth

"A beautifully rendered and deeply perceptive account of the practices of power, place, bordering, and belonging. Making Space for the Gulf crosses registers from the broad and brutal sweep of geopolitical history to the intimate geographies of family and work, showing us that the Gulf is a world of a region that has shaped the whole world."—Natasha Iskander author of Does Skill Make Us Human?

"Breaking with bounded conceptions of space and time, Making Space for the Gulf deftly traverses a wide range of histories and intellectual debates and demonstrates the complex connections that produce a region as a social space. A path-breaking book that challenges us to think differently about the Gulf and its place in the world."—Adam Hanieh, author of Money, Markets, and Monarchies

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