Islam in History: Ideas, People, and Events in the Middle East

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Note: All the contributions have to some extent been revised. Chapters 4, 25, 27, and 31 have been extensively rewritten.
I. The Western Approaches
1. The Study of Islam Originally delivered as the third Marshall G. S. Hodgson Memorial Lecture at the University of Chicago. Published in Encounter 38, no. 1 (January, 1972) pp. 31–41.
2. Some English Travelers in the East Middle Eastern Studies 4 (1968) pp. 296–315.
3. The Decolonization of History Times Literary Supplement (London) 8 August 1968, pp. 853.
4. On Writing the Modern History of the Middle East Middle East Forum (Beirut) June 1958, pp. 15–17, with some additional material from Middle Eastern Studies Vol. I, April 1965, pp. 283–295.
5. On Nationalism and Revolution The Spectator (London) 26 June 1971.
6. Slade on Turkey A paper presented to the First International Congress on the Social and Economic History of Turkey, held in Ankara, 11–13 July 1977. Published in Turkiye‘nin Sosyal ve Ekonomik Tarihi (1071–1920): Social and Economic History of Turkey (1071–1920), edited by Osman Ikyar and Halil Inalcik, pp. 215–26. Ankara, 1980.
II. Muslim History and Historians
7. Sources for the Economic History of the Middle East Studies in the Economic History of the Middle East from the Rise of Islam to the Present Day, edited by M. A. Cook, pp. 78–92. London and New York: Oxford, 1970.
8. In Search of Islam’s Past The New York Review of Books (5 December 1991), pp. 37–40

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