Vol XXV No. 2
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In This Issue:
8. Jungle Films in Egypt: Race, Anti-Blackness, and Empire
by Ifdal Elsaket
34. Trapped Escape: Young Palestinian Women and the Israeli National-Civic Service
by Suhad Daher-Nashif
60. Spiritual Capital and the Copy: Painting, Photography, and the Production of the Image in Early Twentieth-Century Palestine
by Nisa Ari
100. The Inequality Puzzle in Egypt: What Do We Really Know?
by Tamer El Gindi
144. Arab Self-Criticism after 1967 Revisited: The Normative Turn in Marxist Thought and its Heuristic Fallacies
by Manfred Sing
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