Peter Lang Publishing Series "Middle East, Social and Cultural Studies"
Ed. by Silvia Naef and Irène Maffi
This series focuses on encounters, conflicts and transformations from the 15th century to the present and beyond. It invites works from various disciplines of the social sciences and humanities that consider the adoption, development, or reconceptualization of basic social and cultural phenomena in the Middle East, as broadly conceived, at any time from the fifteenth century to the present, particularly in consideration of future implications.
• Mounia Bennani-Chraïbi, Professor, Political Sciences, University of Lausanne
• Aymon Kreil, Assistant professor, Anthropology of the Middle East, University of Ghent
• Nadia Radwan, Assistant professor, Global Art History, University of Bern
• Mauro Van Aken, Assistant professor, Social Anthropologiy, University of Milano Bicocca
See below the books related to visual art, architecture and heritage in the MENA region or browse the entire book series on Peter Lang website.