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The Large Landowning Class and the Peasantry in Egypt, 1837–1952

Raouf Abbas and Assem El-Dessouky
Translated from the Arabic by Amer Mohsen with Mona Zikri
Edited by Peter Gran

Cloth $29.95s    |    978-0-8156-3287-0    |    2011

"This book by Egypt’s two most eminent social historians is a model for writing social history in any language."—Ali Abdullatif Ahmida, author of Post-Orientalism: Critical Reviews in North African Social and Cultural History

  The Large Landowning Class and the Peasantry in Egypt

  Raouf Abbas was professor of modern history at Cairo University, president of the Egyptian Society for Historical Studies, and a pioneer in the study of social history. He authored numerous books in Arabic and coedited Society and Economy in Egypt and the Eastern Mediterranean, 1600–1900. Assem El–Dessouky is professor emeritus of modern history at Helwan University.

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6 x 9, 296 pages, 13 tables, notes, glossary, references, index

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