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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 4, No 1 (2015)

Table of Contents

Editors' Comments

FROM THE EDITOR PDF 1-7
Franck Salameh

Articles

NAJI ATTALLAH’S CREW: STEREOTYPES OF JEWS, ARABS, AND AMERICANS IN EGYPT’S MOST-­‐WATCHED RAMADAN 2012 SOAP OPERA PDF 8-22
Amaya Martin
ISLAM AND THE NATURAL LAW PDF 23-42
Montague Brown
TOLERANCE AND COERCION IN THE SIRA OF IBN ISHAQ PDF 43-66
Joseph S. Spoerl
USING FICTION AS A VEHICLE FOR POPULARIZING HISTORY: JURJY ZAIDAN’S HISTORICAL NOVELS PDF 67-85
Abjar Bahkou
HEBREW AND ARAMAIC ELEMENTS IN THE ISRAELI VERNACULAR CHRISTIAN-­‐ARABIC AND IN THE WRITTEN CHRISTIAN ARABIC OF PALESTINE, SYRIA, AND LEBANON PDF 86-116
Ibrahim Bassal
COLLECTIVE MEMORY AND THE ALHAMBRA: TWO DIFFERING PERSPECTIVES PDF 117-129
April L. Najjaj

Book Reviews

SALAFISM IN LEBANON; FROM APOLITICISM TO TRANSNATIONAL JIHADISM / BY ROBERT G. RABIL; WASHINGTON DC: GEORGETOWN UNIVERSITY PRESS, 2014. 272 pp. PDF 130-133
Franck Salameh


ISSN: 2164-6678