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Transnational Perspectives on Space and Place
This series publishes edited volumes based on conferences and symposia organized by the Center for Middle Eastern Studies at the University of California, Berkeley, as part of its transnational research initiative. Unlike comparative research, which focuses on similarities and differences between regions, transnational research examines the socio-spatial connections through which global cartographies are constituted and transformed. Books in the series will explore how concepts and discourses are produced within specific geopolitical regions and histories, and how this epistemological development allows knowledge of one region to be used to interrogate another.

Editor(s): Nezar AlSayyad
Making Cairo Medieval
EDITED BY NEZAR ALSAYYAD; IRENE A. BIERMAN AND NASSER RABBAT - CONTRIBUTIONS BY HEBA FAROUK AHMED; KHALED FAHMY...
Lexington Books • March 2005 • Monograph
Urban Informality: Transnational Perspectives from the Middle East, Latin America, and South Asia
EDITED BY ANANYA ROY AND NEZAR ALSAYYAD - CONTRIBUTIONS BY ASEF BAYAT; RAY BROMLEY; ALAN GILBERT; ARIF HASAN; J...
Lexington Books • November 2003 • Monograph
Muslim Europe or Euro-Islam: Politics, Culture, and Citizenship in the Age of Globalization
EDITED BY NEZAR ALSAYYAD AND MANUEL CASTELLS - CONTRIBUTIONS BY MANUEL CASTELLS; RENATE HOLUB; KRISHAN KUMAR; P...
Lexington Books • April 2002 • Monograph