Inventing Lebanon : Nationalism and the State under the Mandate (Library of Middle East History, 6)

Inventing Lebanon : Nationalism and the State under the Mandate (Library of Middle East History, 6)

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  • 言語 ENG
  • 商品コード 9781860648571
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Table of Contents

Note on transliteration                            8  (9)
Preface 9 (6)
Part One: In Search of a Nation
The Present in the Past: From ``Mt. 15 (27)
Lebanon'' to ``Greater Lebanon''
Lebanism 23 (7)
Michel Chiha 30 (7)
Arabism 37 (5)
The Past in the Present: Confessionalism 42 (29)
vs. Nationalism
Salibi ``One''---Salibi ``Two'' 42 (4)
Messarra and Harik: ``La diversite est 46 (1)
notre destin''
Munah al-Sulh and al-Fadl Shalaq: 47 (2)
``Lebanon---One Culture''
Sayigh and Mughayzil: Colonialism at the 49 (3)
Root of Confessionalism
Ziyada and Kawtharani: Arab-Muslim 52 (4)
Tradition vs. Western Colonialism
Dahir: Hyphenating Confessionalism and 56 (5)
Class
`Amil: ``Confessionalism (...) is 61 (10)
Nothing''
Part Two: In the Shadow of the Cedar
Between Town and Countryside 71 (28)
Rural Resistance 71 (6)
The Politics of Confessionalism: First 77 (2)
Elections
The Politics of Economics 79 (5)
Urban Merchants and Countryside Elites 84 (7)
Refashioning the Zu'ama 91 (8)
Did the System Create the Zu'ama or 99 (27)
Vice-Versa?
The Rise of the Zu'ama-aqtab 100(6)
True Reform or Tool? 106(5)
``Confessional'' Crisis 111(3)
The Race for the Presidency 114(4)
The Numbers Game 118(8)
Maronites and Sunnis Seek Common Ground 126(25)
No Room for ``Non-Confessional'' Parties 126(8)
``There is no God but Allah and Patriarch 134(7)
`Arida is His Beloved''
Another Coastal Conference 141(5)
Toward a ``Treaty of Friendship and 146(5)
Alliance''
The Entrenchment of the ``Lebanese 151(26)
System'': Sunnis and Shi'is after 1936
Sunnis: ``Our Rights in Lebanon.'' 152(7)
Shi`is: Raising the Banner of Grievances 159(9)
Dissatisfaction in the South 168(4)
Confessionalism Prevails 172(5)
Toward Independence 177(24)
Enter the British 177(2)
Frustration among the Druzes 179(3)
Druze Elites: Between Particularism and 182(4)
Arabism
France vs. Britain 186(5)
The Game Resumes 191(4)
Toward the Elections 195(6)
Conclusion: 1943 201(10)
Elections 201(6)
The National Pact 207(4)
Notes 211(41)
Bibliography 252(11)
Index 263