The Levantine Review

The Journal of Near Eastern and Mediterranean Studies at Boston College


The Editorial Board of The Levantine Review invites submissions for its forthcoming issues.  A peer-reviewed electronic journal, The Levantine Review publishes scholarship (in English, French, Arabic, Hebrew, Turkish, Syriac, and Levantine vernaculars) on the history, cultures, religions, politics, and the intellectual, philological, and literary traditions of the contemporary Levant and Near East.   Authors are welcome to contact the editors prior to submitting manuscripts for consideration.


Vol 2, No 2 (2013)

Table of Contents

Articles

THE CURRENT SYRIAN POPULAR VIEW OF THE JEWS PDF 108-118
Alejandra Álvarez Suárez, Francisco Del Río Sánchez
THE JASMINE REVOLUTION BETWEEN SECULARISM AND ISLAMIC FUNDAMENTALISM; THE CASE OF TUNISIA AND THE ISRAELI-­PALESTINIAN CONFLICT PDF 119-137
Abdelwahab Hechiche
IDENTITY AND CULTURE OF ISRAELI CHRISTIANS IN THE FACE OF ISLAMIC RESURGENCE; CULTURAL DISTINCTIVENESS OF A MINORITY WITHIN A MINORITY PDF 138-158
Rima Farah
JIHAD AND JUST WAR PDF 159-187
Joseph Spoerl
LEBANESE ARMENIANS; A DISTINCTIVE COMMUNITY IN THE ARMENIAN DIASPORA AND IN LEBANESE SOCIETY PDF 188-216
Scott Abramson

Book Reviews

A HIGH PRICE: THE TRIUMPS AND FAILURES OF ISRAELI COUNTERTERRORISM PDF 217-218
Carl A. Wege
BETWEEN TERROR AND TOLERANCE PDF 219-221
Raphael Cohen-­Almagor
THE EASTERN MEDITERRANEAN AND THE MAKING OF GLOBAL RADICALISM, 1860-­1914 PDF 222-223
Ilham Khuri-Makdisi
A HISTORY OF THE MIDDLE EAST: FROM ANTIQUITY TO THE PRESENT DAY PDF 224-226
Nicholas Di Liberto


ISSN: 2164-6678