Crosscurrents: New Studies on the Middle East
"This series will publish book-length manuscripts pertaining to the peoples of the Middle East. The Middle East is understood in the broadest sense associated with the term, and is reflective of widely shared socio-religious patterns, histories, and heritages.
For the purpose of this series, the Middle East will include what is more commonly referred to as the Near East (Lebanon, Syria, Jordan, Israel/Palestine); North Africa (Egypt, Libya, Tunisia, Algeria, Morocco, Mauritania, Mali, Chad, the Sudans, and Somalia); Turkey and Iran; Saudi Arabia, Yemen, and the countries of the Arab Gulf; and, finally, Afghanistan, Pakistan, and the Central Asian Republics. The series will be interdisciplinary and inclusive of diverse topics and methodologies. Representative fields will include art, art history, architecture, language and literature, history, politics, economics, and religion. Reinterpretations, as well as investigations of the hitherto uninvestigated, will be especially welcomed.
Wellness of School Children Against Tobacco SmokingThe Case of West Bank and GazaVolume 5©2021 Monographs 248 Pages
Short Fiction as a Mirror of Palestinian Life in Israel, 1944–1967Critique and AnthologyVolume 4©2017 Monographs 198 Pages
The Stated Motivations for the Early Islamic Expansion (622–641)A Critical Revision of Muslims’ Traditional Portrayal of the Arab Raids and ConquestsVolume 3©2018 Monographs 268 Pages
Dead SeaNew Discoveries in the Cave of LettersVolume 2©2018 Monographs 328 Pages
The Wine Goblet of ḤāfeẓA Comparative Study of the Influence of Ḥāfeẓ on the Fifteenth-Century Classical Persian Poet JāmīVolume 1©2017 Monographs 158 Pages