Islam in History: Ideas, People, and Events in the Middle East

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Pgw, 1993 - History - 487 pages
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Recent events have made an understanding of the turmoil in the Middle East more important than ever. In these essays, Bernard Lewis, a leading expert on Islam, gives essential background on Middle Eastern conflicts with the West and shows how Islam ? from its first expansion to its interpretation by Saddam Hussein and other extremists ? has always been inextricably linked to the Western world.

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excellent book and some very interesting different points of view on the Islamic empires over the last 1400 years! there is a huge ottoman focus in this book but that may be understandable as that was ... Read full review

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It's so refreshing to read about a topic like this by a master of serious scholarship. The work is a bit disconnected -- it's an assortment of essays loosely focused around setting straight ... Read full review

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About the author (1993)

Born in London, Bernard Lewis grew up in England. In 1974 he immigrated to the United States and eight years later became a U.S. citizen. A distinguished scholar of Middle Eastern history and a prolific writer, his education includes a diplome des etudes semitiques from the University of Paris and a Ph.D. from the University of London, where he taught for 25 years before coming to Princeton in 1974. Most recently he has served as professor at the Institute of Advanced Studies and the Department of Near Eastern Studies at Princeton. As a visiting professor, he lectured at a number of notable universities in Europe and the United States.

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