Redefining the Egyptian Nation, 1930-1945

Redefining the Egyptian Nation, 1930-1945

by Israel Gershoni, James P. Jankowski
     
 

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ISBN-10: 0521523303

ISBN-13: 9780521523301

Pub. Date: 08/08/2002

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

The authors examine the emergence of nationalism among the Egyptian middle class during the l930s and l940s, and its growing awareness of an Arab and Muslim identity. The authors demonstrate how the growth of an urban middle class, combined with economic and political failures in the l930s, eroded the foundations of the earlier order. Egypt's present position as a

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The authors examine the emergence of nationalism among the Egyptian middle class during the l930s and l940s, and its growing awareness of an Arab and Muslim identity. The authors demonstrate how the growth of an urban middle class, combined with economic and political failures in the l930s, eroded the foundations of the earlier order. Egypt's present position as a major player in Arab, Muslim and Third World affairs has its roots in the fundamental transition of Egyptian national identity at this time.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780521523301
Publisher:
Cambridge University Press
Publication date:
08/08/2002
Series:
Cambridge Middle East Studies Series, #2
Edition description:
New Edition
Pages:
280
Product dimensions:
5.98(w) x 8.98(h) x 0.67(d)

Table of Contents

1. The roots of supra-Egyptian nationalism in modern Egypt; Part I. The Intellectual Formulation and Social Dissemination of New Supra-Egyptian Orientations and Ideologies: 2. 'Now is the turn of the East': Egyptian Easternism in the 1930s; 3. 'The return of Islam': the new Islamic mood in Egypt; 4. Egyptian Islamic nationalism; 5. Integral Egyptian nationalism; 6. Egyptian Arab nationalism; Part II. Supra-Egyptianism in Egyptian Politics: 7. Egypt, Arab alliance, and Islamic Caliphate, 1936–1939; 8. Palestine, public opinion, and Egyptian policy, 1936–1939; 9. The road to the Arab League, 1939–1945; l0. Conclusion: from Egyptian territorial to supra-Egyptian nationalism.

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