The Origins of Arab Nationalism: Introduction, by Rashid Kahlidi Part 1. Issues in the Development of Early Arab Nationalism 1. The Origins of Arab Nationalism, by C. Ernest Dawn 2. The Yound Turks and the Arabs Before the Revolution of 1908, by M. Sukru Hanioglu 3. Ottomanism and Arabism in Syria Before 1914: A Reassessment, by Rashid Khalidi Part 2. Syria and Iraq 4. Shukri al'Asali: A Case Study of a Political Activist, by Samir Seikaly 5. 'Abd al-Hamid al-Zahrawi: The Career and Thought of an Arab Nationalist, by Ahmed Tarabein 6. Iraq Before World War One: A Case of Anti-European Arab Ottomanism, by Mahmoud Haddad 7. The Education of an Iraqi Ottoman Officer, by Reeva S. Simon 8. The Rise of Local Nationalism in the Arab East, by Muhammad Muslih Part 3. The Hijaz 9. Iranic Origins: Arab Nationalism in the Hijaz, 1882-1914, by William Ochsenwald 10. The Hashemites, The Arab Revolt, and Arab Nationalism, by Mary C. Wilson Part 4. Northeast Africa 11. The Development of Nationalist Sentiment in Lybia, 1908-1922, by Lisa Anderson 12. Egypt and Early Arab Nationalism, 1908-1922, by James Jankowski 13. Mothers, Morality, and Nationalism in pre-1919 Egypt, by Beth Baron Glossary Bibliography Index
Contributors, including C. Ernest Dawn, Mahmoud Haddad, Reeva Simon, and Beth Baron, provide a broad survey of the Arab world at the turn of the century, permitting a comparison of developments in a variety of settings from Syria and Egypt to the Hijaz, Libya, and Iraq.
Represents a serious scholarly work. Introducing newly found archival materials and sources from the late Ottoman period, it constitutes a contribution to the study of nationalism in the Arab world. Arab Studies Quarterly