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Dinâmicas Políticas da Região Mona (2 º Sem 2018/2019)

Bibliografia

Básica

    Halliday, Fred (2005), The Middle East in International Relations: Power, Politics and Ideology, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
    Kamrava, Mehran (2011), The Modern Middle East: A Political History Since the First World War, Berkeley: University of California Press.
    Pappé, Ilan (2004), A History of Modern Palestine, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
    Rogan, Eugene (2009), The Arabs: A History, London: Allen Lane.
    Said, Edward W. (1979), Orientalism, New York: Vintage Books.

Complementar

    WEEK 1
    Required readings:
    - Halliday, Fred (2005), The Middle East in International Relations: Power, Politics and Ideology, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp. 21-40.
    - Said, Edward W. (1979), Orientalism, New York: Vintage Books, pp. 1-9.
    Further readings:
    - Hourani, Albert, Khoury, Philip and Mary C. Wilson (eds) (2004), The Modern Middle East: a Reader, London and New York: I.B. Tauris, pp. 1-20.
    - Rogan, Eugene (2009), The Arabs: A History, London: Allen Lane, pp. 1-11.
    
    WEEK 2
    Required readings:
    - Beinin, Joel and Joe Stork (eds) (1996), Political Islam: Essays from the Middle East Report,  Berkeley: California University Press, pp. 3-25.
    - Ayoob, Mohammed (2004), "Political Islam: Image and Reality", World Policy Journal, 21 (3), pp. 1-14.
    Further readings: 
    - Roy, Olivier (2004), Globalized Islam: The Search for a New Ummah, New York: Columbia University Press, pp. 1-20.
    - Roy, Sara (2003), "Hamas and the Transformation(s) of Political Islam in Palestine", Current History, pp. 13-20.
    
    WEEK 3
    Required readings:
    - Abu-Lughod, Lila (2013), Do Muslim Women Need Saving?, Cambridge and London: Harvard University Press, pp. 27-53. 
    - Al-Ali, Nadje and Nicola Pratt (eds) (2009), Women and War in the Middle East, London: Zed Books, pp. 1-31. 
    Further readings:
    - Abu-Lughod, Lila (2001), "Orientalism and Middle East Feminist Studies", Feminist Studies, 27 (1), pp. 101-113. 
    - Badran, Margot (2009), Feminism in Islam: Secular and Religious Convergences, Oxford: Oneworld, pp. 242-252. 
    - Mernissi, Fatima (1987), Beyond the Veil: Male-Female Dynamics in Modern Muslim Society, Bloomington: Indiana University Press, pp. vii-xxix.
    
    WEEK 4
    Required readings:
    - Pappé, Ilan (2004), A History of Modern Palestine, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp. 116-140.
    - Said, Edward W. (1992), The Question of Palestine, New York: Vintage Books, 115-141.
    Further readings: 
    - Chetrit, Sami S. (2000), "Mizrahi Politics in Israel: Between Integration and Alternative", Journal of Palestine Studies, 29 (4), pp. 51-65.
    - Khalidi, Rashid (2006), The Iron Cage: The Story of the Palestinian Struggle for Statehood, Boston: Beacon Press, pp. 182-217.
    - Pappé, Ilan and Jamil Hilal (eds.) (2010), Across the Wall: Narratives of Israeli-Palestinian History, London and New York: I.B. Tauris, pp. 409-435.
    
    WEEK 5
    Required readings:
    - Beinin, Joel and Frédéric Vairel (eds) (2011), Social Movements, Mobilization, and Contestation in the Middle East and North Africa, Stanford: Stanford University Press, pp. 1-29.
    - Pace, Michelle and Francesco Cavatorta (2012), "The Arab Uprisings in Theoretical Perspective - An introduction", Mediterranean Politics, 17 (2), pp. 125-138.
    Further readings:
    - Al-Ali, Nadje (2012), "Gendering the Arab Spring", Middle East Journal of Culture and Communication, 5, pp. 26-31. 
    - Pratt, Nicola (2013), "The 'Arab Spring' and the Israel-Palestine Conflict: Settler Colonialism and Resistance in the Midst of Geopolitical Upheavals", Ortadogu Etütleri 5 (1), pp. 9-40.
    - Sadiki, Larbi (2015), Routledge Handbook of the Arab Spring: Rethinking Democratization, London and New York: Routledge, pp. 1-13.
    
    WEEK 6
    Required readings:
    - Bouris, Dimitris (2013), The European Union and Occupied Palestinian Territories, London and New York: Routledge, pp. 165-175.
    - Lovatt, Hugh (2016), "EU Differentiation and the Push for Pece in Israel/Palestine", European Council on Foreign Relations Policy Brief, pp. 1-16.
    - Pace, Michelle, Seeberg, Peter, and Francesco Cavatorta (2009), "The EU's Democratisation Agenda in the Mediterranean: A Critical Inside-Out Approach", Democratisation, 16 (1), pp. 3-19.
    Further readings:
    - Gordon, Neve and Sharon Pardo (2015), "Normative Power Europe Meets the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict", Asia Europe Journal, 13 (3), pp. 265-274.
    - Del Sarto, Raffaella A. (2016), "Normative Empire Europe: The European Union, Its Borderlands, and the 'Arab Spring'", Journal of Common Market Studies, 54 (2), pp. 215-232.
    
    WEEK 7
    Required readings: 
    - Chatty, Dawn (2016), "The Syrian Humanitarian Disaster: Disparities in Perceptions, Aspirations, and Behaviour in Jordan, Lebanon and Turkey", IDS Bulletin, 47 (3), pp. 19-33.
    - Schulz, Helena L. and Juliane Hammer (2003), The Palestinian Diaspora: Formation of Identities and Politics of Homeland, London and New York: Routlegde, pp. 8-44.
    Further readings:
    - Fargues, Philippe (2014), "Europe Must Take on Its Shame of the Syrian Refugee Burden, But How?", Policy Brief, February, European University Institute.
    - Levy, André and Alex Weingrod (eds) (2005), Homelands and Diasporas: Holy Lands and Other Places, Stanford: Stanford University Press, pp. 220-244.
    
    WEEK 8
    Required readings:
    - Kamrava, Mehran (2011), The Modern Middle East: A Political History Since the First World War, Berkeley: University of California Press, pp. 345-373.
    - Nuruzzaman, Mohammed (2015), "The Challenge of the Islamic State", Global Affairs, 1 (3), pp. 297-304.
    Further readings: 
    - Geranmayeh, Ellie (2015), "Towards and Beyond a Final Nuclear Deal with Iran", The International Spectator, 50 (2), pp. 1-7. 
    - Ghazal, Amal and Larbi Sadiki (2016), "ISIS: The 'Islamic State' between Orientalism and the Interiority of MENA's Intellectuals", Jadaliyya, January 19. 
    - Halliday, Fred (2005), The Middle East in International Relations: Power, Politics and Ideology, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp. 229-260.
    
    WEEK 9
    Required readings: to be indicated
    Further readings: to be indicated
    
    WEEK 10
    Required readings:
    - POMEPS (2014), "The Ethics of Research in the Middle East", Project on Middle East Political Science Studies, 8, July.
    - Suleiman, Yasir and Paul Anderson (2007), "Conducting Fieldwork in the Middle East", report of a workshop at the University of Edinburgh, University of Edinburgh Press.
    Further reading:
    - Clark, Janine A. (2006), "Field Research Methods in the Middle East", PS: Political Science & Politics, July, pp. 417-423.