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Jere L. Bacharach
Middle East
University of Washington Press; Revised edition (July 28, 1977)
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Bacharach, Jere . Islamic Empire - History - Handbooks, manuals, etc, Middle East - History - 1517- - Handbooks, manuals, etc, Islamic Empire - History, Near East - History - 1517-, Empire islamique - Histoire - Guides, manuels, etc, Moyen-Orient - Histoire - 1517- - Guides, manuels, etc, Islamic Empire, Middle East. Seattle ; London : University of Washington Press. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books. Uploaded by ttscribe19. hongkong on November 23, 2018.

A Near East Studies Handbook book.

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Jere L. Bacharach (born 1938 in New York) is Professor Emeritus, Department of History, University of Washington, Seattle, Washington. Bacharach attended Trinity College, receiving his . in 1960, Harvard University receiving his . in 1962, and the University of Michigan where he received his P. He has been a member of the University of Washington faculty since 1967 having officially retired in 2004 although he taught his last class in the fall term, 2007

Near East Studies Handbook, 570-1974.

Near East Studies Handbook, 570-1974. By (author) Jere L. Bacharach.

Reflecting the ever-increasing interest in and concern with the Middle East, A Middle East Studies Handbook provides a ready source of reference on the modern and medieval history of the region. The geographical area covered includes Iran, Turkey, the Fertile Crescent (modern Iraq, Syria, Lebanon, Jordan and Israel), the Arabian Peninsula and Egypt.

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Includes bibliographical references and index

Includes bibliographical references and index. Transliteration systems and Islamic names - Abbreviations of periodicals and reference works - Islamic calendar and conversion table - Dynasties, rulers, administrators : lists and genealogical tables - Supplementary charts - Chronology - Acronyms of twentieth-century organizations - Historical atlas - Gazateer - Glossary. Bacharach is Professor Emeritus, Department of History, University of. . Bacharach is Professor Emeritus, Department of History, University of Washington, Seattle, WA. Born in New York in 1938, Bacharach attended Trinity College, CN, Harvard University, and the University of Michigan He has also been President, Middle East Studies Association of North America, President, Middle East Medievalists, and President, Association for Professional Schools of International Affairs. Bacharach has twice been a Samir Shamma Fellow at the Ashmolean Museum, Oxford and at St. Cross College, Oxford University and in 2008 received a Mellon Foundation Emeritus Fellowship.

Publication Date: 1989. Publication Name: Middle East Studies Association Bulletin. City in the Near East (New York University Press, 1986). This book fits in that tradition. The Arab World: Personal Encounters, by Elizabeth Warnock Fernea and Robert A. Fernea. Anchor Press, Garden City 1985. Publication Date: 1985. There is a wonderful rhythm and imagery to the prose which has the quality of an oral presentation more.

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In the 1970s and 1980s, graduate students who became serious about the study of the history of the Middle East found this volume extremely useful. This is the revised edition of 1976. (In 1984, a new version appeared as the Middle East Studies Handbook.)

It's not a text. For the area of Iran, Egypt, Turkey, the Fertile Crescent, and the Arabian peninsula from AD 570 to 1974, it's a compilation of rulers, dynasties, genealogies, and dates. Is your mind blanking out on the eighth Abbasid caliph? See page 18. How were the Crimean Khans related to Genghis Khan? Page 48. And so on.

There's a valuable section on transliterations, a glossary, a conversion table from the Islamic calendar, a chronology, and 31 pages of B&W maps. Much of this information could now be found on the web, but it would take hours and hours of searches to gather all the material. Professor Bacharach's compilation provides all the information in one place where it can be collated and compared. It's a superb resource.