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AUB Faculty Book Publications: 2019-Present: Sociology/Anthropology

Explore monograph and chapter publications authored, edited, or translated by AUB faculty and staff between 2019 and to date.

Books by year

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Karam, J. G., & Majed, R. (Eds.). (2022). The Lebanon uprising of 2019: Voices from the revolution. Bloomsbury Publishing. (Forthcoming in October 2022)

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Ḥanafī, S. (2021). ʻUlūm al-sharʻ wa-al-ʻulūm al-ijtimāʻīyah : naḥwa tajāwuz al-qaṭīʻah : alaysa al-ṣubḥ bi-qarīb. Markaz Nuhūḍ lil-Dirāsāt wa-al-Buḥūth. Available at UL


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Raymond, C., Catusse, M., & Hanafi, S. (Eds.). (2021). Un miroir libanais des sciences sociales. Acteurs, pratiques, disciplines. Diacritiques Éditions.

 

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Hanafi, S., & Yi, C.-C. (Eds.). (2020). Sociologies in dialogue. SAGE publications. Available at UL


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Majed, R. (2020). Rethinking social transformations: Inequalities in the Arab region in light of COVID-19 pandemic. Arab Forum for Environment and Development. https://www.afalebanon.org/en/publication/8330/rethinking-social-transformations-inequalities-in-the-arab-region-in-light-of-covid-19/ 


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Salvatore, A., Hanafi, S.& Obuse, K. (Eds.). (2020). The Oxford handbook of the sociology of the Middle East. Oxford University Press. 10.1093/oxfordhb/9780190087470.001.0001 Available at UL

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as-Saiyid, R., Ḥanafī, S., & al-Urfah'lī, B. (Eds.). (2019). Naḥwa iʻādat bināʼ al-dirāsāt al-Islāmīyah. al-Dār al-ʻArabīyah lil-ʻUlūm Nāshirūn. Available at UL


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Comaty, L. (2019). Post-conflict transition in Lebanon: The disappeared of the civil war. Routledge. https://doi.org/10.4324/9781315386027 Available at UL


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Dajānī, N. (2019). Ishkālīyāt fī al-iʻlām al-ʻArabī: Masār baḥth wa-mumārasahDār al-Fārābī. Available at UL


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Dajani, N. (2019). The media in Lebanon: Fragmentation and conflict in the Middle East. I. B. Tauris. Available at UL


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Mitrī, T., & Ḥanafī, S. (Eds.). (2019). al-Dawlah al-ʻArabīyah al-qawīyah wa-al-ḍaʻīfah: Al-maʼālāt baʻda al-intifāḍāt al-ʻArabīyah. al-Dār al-ʻArabīyah lil-ʻUlūm Nāshirūn. Available at UL

Book chapters by year

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Adada, H. (2022). The cycle of loss: Between trial and sabotage. In J. G. Karam & R. Majed (Eds.), The Lebanon uprising of 2019: Voices from the revolution (ch. 19). Bloomsbury Publishing. (Forthcoming in October 2022)

Haddad, F., Hintz, L., Majed, R., Matthiesen, T., Salloukh, B. F., & Siegel, A. (2022). The politics of identity and sectarianism. In M. Lynch, J. Schwedler, & S. Yom (Eds.), The political science of the Middle East: Theory and research since the Arab uprisings (ch. 8). Oxford University Press. (Forthcoming in September 2022)

Hanafi, S., & Arvanitis, R. (2022). Science and research collaboration between China and the Arab world. In M. Mahdavi & T. Keskin (Eds.), Rethinking China, the Middle East and Asia in a 'multiplex world' (pp. 162-180). Brill. https://doi.org/10.1163/9789004510005_010 Available at UL

Karam, J. G., & Majed, R. (2022). Framing the October uprising in Lebanon: An unfolding revolutionary situation. In J. G. Karam & R. Majed (Eds.), The Lebanon uprising of 2019: Voices from the revolution (ch. 1). Bloomsbury Publishing. (Forthcoming in October 2022)

Majed, R. (2022). 'Sectarian Neoliberalism' and the 2019 Uprisings in Lebanon and Iraq. In J. G. Karam & R. Majed (Eds.), The Lebanon uprising of 2019: Voices from the revolution (ch. 7). Bloomsbury Publishing. (Forthcoming in October 2022)

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Raymond, C., Catusse, M., & Hanafi, S. (2021). Introduction: Un miroir libanais des sciences sociales. In C. Raymond, M. Catusse, & S. Hanafi (Eds.), Un miroir libanais des sciences sociales. Acteurs, pratiques, disciplines. Diacritiques Éditions.

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Hanafi, S. (2020). A cognitive Arab uprising? Paradigm shifts in Arab social sciences. In A. Salvatore, S. Hanafi, & K. Obuse (Eds.), The Oxford handbook of the sociology of the Middle East. Oxford University Press. 10.1093/oxfordhb/9780190087470.013.4 Available at UL

Hanafi, S. (2020). Introduction. In J. Dray (Ed.), Revenir à Jénine: Une histoire vivante du camp de réfugiés, 1989-2018. Scribest. 

Hanafi, S. (2020). Postcolonialism vs post-authoritarianism: The Arab World and Latin America in comparative perspective. In S. Hanafi & C.-C. Yi (Eds.), Sociologies in dialogue. SAGE publications.

Hanafi, S., & Yi, C.-C. (2020). Introduction. In S. Hanafi & C.-C. Yi (Eds.), Sociologies in dialogue. SAGE publications.

Majed, R. (2020). For a sociology of sectarianism: Bridging the disciplinary gaps beyond the “deeply divided societies” paradigm. In A. Salvatore, S. Hanafi, & K. Obuse (Eds.), The Oxford handbook of the sociology of the Middle East. Oxford University Press. 10.1093/oxfordhb/9780190087470.013.29 Available at UL

Majed, R. (2020). The theoretical and methodological traps in studying sectarianism in the Middle East: Neo-primordialism and “clichéd constructivism". In L. Sadiki (Ed.), Routledge handbook of Middle East politics (pp. 540-553). Routledge. https://doi.org/10.4324/9781315170688 Available at UL

Scheid, K. (2020). Start with the art: New ways of understanding the political in the Middle East. In L. Sadiki (Ed.), Routledge handbook of Middle East politics (pp. 432-445). Routledge. https://doi.org/10.4324/9781315170688 Available at UL

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Majed, R. (2019). Born to be exported? The post-civil war Lebanese youth(s) and the rupture between education and employment. In E. Sánchez-Montijano & J. Sánchez García (Eds.), Youth at the margins: Perspectives on Arab Mediterranean youth (pp. 83-103). Routledge. https://doi.org/10.4324/9780429398988 Available at UL