The Press in the Middle East and North Africa, 1850-1950: Politics, Social History and Culture (Paperback)
This volume presents twelve detailed studies dealing with cases drawn from the Middle East and North Africa in the period before independence (c.1850-1950).
Anthony Gorman is Senior Lecturer in Islamic and Middle Eastern Studies at the University of Edinburgh. He has taught at universities in Australia, Egypt and Britain. Among his research interests are modern Egyptian historiography and the resident foreign presence in modern Egypt. He is currently co-editing a book on the press in the Middle East and on a monograph on a history of the prison in the Middle East. Didier Monciaud is an Independent Researcher affiliated with the GREMAMO (University Paris VII Denis Diderot) and a board member of the Cahiers d'histoire, revue d'histoire critique. His main research interests are political commitments, trajectories and mobilisations in contemporary Egypt, particularly among the educated youth.