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The Global Middle East is a new book series established by Cambridge University Press that seeks to broaden and deconstruct the geographical boundaries of the 'Middle East' as a concept to include North Africa, Central and South Asia, as well as diaspora communities in Western Europe and North America. The series will feature fresh scholarship that employs theoretically rigorous and innovative methodological frameworks resonating across relevant disciplines in the humanities and social sciences. In particular, the general editors welcome approaches that focus on mobility, the erosion of nation-state structures, travelling ideas and theories, transcendental techno-politics, the decentralization of grand narratives, and the dislocation of ideologies inspired by popular movements. The series will also consider translations of works by authors in these regions whose ideas are salient to global scholarly trends but have yet to be introduced to the Anglophone academy.

  • General Editors: Ali Mirsepassi, New York University, Arshin Adib-Moghaddam, University of London
  • Advisory Boards: Madawi Al-Rasheed, King's College London, Faisal Devji, University of Oxford, John Hobson, University of Sheffield, Firoozeh Kashani-Sabet, University of Pennsylvania, Zachary Lockman, New York University, David Ryan, University College Cork