Supra-Egyptian Islamic and Pan-Arab identities and acculturated Muslim Egyptian intellectuals, 1892-1952
This dissertation surveys the development of pan-Islamic and pan-Arab identifications among two main groups of Westernizing-educated intellectuals: (a) those in the independence movement launched by Mustafa Kamil (to 1918) and (b) that around the newspapers al-Jaridah (1908-1914) of the Ummah Party and then, after 1922, around the successor al-Siyasah and Party of Liberal Constitutionalists. Our focus on the conflict and interblending of Arab and Western high cultures stresses...[Show more]
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