Village, Steppe and State: Social Origins of Modern Jordan

Village, Steppe and State: Social Origins of Modern Jordan

By: Tariq Tell (editor), Eugene L. Rogan (editor)Hardback

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State and settlement strategies in southern Transjordan across the Islamic centuries, Jeremy Johns; bringing the state back - the limits of Ottoman rule in Transjordan, 1850-1918, Eugene Rogan; village land and individual title - Musha' and Ottoman land registration in the 'Ajlun district, Martha Munday; British land policy, Michael Fischbach; the state in the steppe - policy towards the Transjordanian Bedouin, 1923-1939, Riccardo Bocco and Tariq Tell; infrastructural development in Transjordan under British mandate, Vartan Amadouni; the Circassians in Transjordan, 1878-1950, Setency Shami; the history of the merchant class in Transjordan, Abla Amawi; the founding of the Muslim brothers in Jordan, 1945-1951, Marion Boulby.

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  • ISBN13: 9781850438298
  • Format: Hardback
  • Number Of Pages: 320
  • ID: 9781850438298
  • ISBN10: 1850438293

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