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ALBERT HOURANI A HISTORY OF THE ARAB PEOPLES EBOOK DOWNLOAD

A History of the Arab Peoples has ratings and reviews. Mike said: For some reason unbeknownst to me I have a fascination with the history of th. Upon its publication in , Albert Houraniâe(tm)s masterwork was hailed as the of Arab history and culture, Hourani brilliantly illuminated the people and. Hourani, the distinguished historian and interpreter, has written a masterwork–a panoramic view encompassing twelve centuries of Arab history and culture.

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A History of the Arab Peoples by Albert Hourani – review

huorani Amazon Inspire Digital Educational Resources. See 1 question about A History of the Arab Peoples…. The writing stri An expert exposition on the history of the Middle-East. The Royal Wedding Album. Also makes the intriguing point that as urbanization proceeded in the 20th century, cities may have undergone some kind of cultural “ruralization” as migrants poured into cities and “brought their own political culture and language.

For example, Jews were crucial in the trade with Byzantium during a time when Byzantine-Arab relations were extremely sour. Published 1 year ago. Thanks for telling us about the problem. The author does a very nice job of identifying the divergent developments of various regions the Maghreb region, Arabian peninsula, modern Iraq and Syria, Egypt, etc. Would you like to tell us about a lower price?

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To be honest, I stopped reading the book halfway through the section on the Ottoman Empire. A History of the Arab Peoples chronicles the rich spiritual, political and cultural institutions of this albert hourani a history of the arab peoples through thirteen centuries of war, peace, literature and religion. There was a problem filtering reviews right now. By conquering and holding such a vast stretch of land the initial Arab conquerers brought their language to a wider population and made it the official language of government.

View all 3 comments. Read it in the ‘s and understood why happened. We learn how important Islam was in the dissemination of Arab culture and people.

A History of the Arab Peoples by Albert Hourani

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Published on May 13, Published on May 2, Here at last is a genuinely readable, genuinely responsive history of the Arabs. There are a number of parts where Hourani has to skim or gloss-over, and even within the tightly-maintained parameters the author sets for himself there is simply too much material to cover in a book this size.

Depending on political conditions how strong or weak a central government wasthe climate, and economic factors the settled folks might be dominant over the herdsman or the other way around. Albert hourani a history of the arab peoples who viewed this item also viewed. The author does a very nice job of identifying the divergent developments of various regions the Maghreb region, Arabian peninsula, modern Iraq and Syria, Egypt, etc.

A History of the Arab Peoples

This is an obviously bogus rating of this fine history. Lists with This Book. Often, a revolt or uprising albert hourani a history of the arab peoples mentioned, with no context and no other information. Many of the academic historians we find in Universities all over the world today where his students. There are many aspects of this which leave the reader hanging, however. Please try again later. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers.

I believe this book was recommended by a secular Muslim friend who loaned me her copy.

Encyclopedic and panoramic in its scope, this fascinating work chronicles the rich spiritual, political, and cultural institutions of Arab history through 13 centuries.

Review ”The wonderful Nadia May is her wondrous best in this outstanding production of Hourani’s expansive history of Arab culture, history, and religion. Books by Albert Hourani. Written with grace, sensitivity and incisive scholarity,this book should be on the bookshelves of every university in the albert hourani a history of the arab peoples. This is all perhaps an indication that the journey from colonialist hegemony to parliamentary politics is a hard one, particularly when colonial policies have been a severe hindrance on modernization, in terms of education and economic development.

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As a point of departure, Hourani acknowledges the Muslim historian Khaldun as shaping the paradigm of his writing. Probably the most interesting parts where those dealing with how ordinary people lived life day to day at various points in their history, since albeft often pretty hard to get a sense of what it’s like to live as a regular Joe in this epoch or that given that most often the attention in usually lavished on stuff like battles and trade agreements.