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|Description:||v, 201 pages ; 25 cm.|
|Contents:||1. Introduction: invoking political civility in the Middle East, Frederic Volpi. 2. Civility: Between Disciplined Interaction and Local/Translocal Connectedness, Armando Salvatore. 3. Framing civility in the Middle East: alternative perspectives on the state and civil society, Frederic Volpi. 4. Authoritarian Government, Neo-Liberalism and Everyday Civilities in Egypt, Salwa Ismail. 5. An Uncivil Partnership: Egypt's Gama'a Islamiyya and the State after the Jihad, Ewan Stein. 6. Transitional African Spaces in Comparative Analysis: Inclusion, Exclusion, and Informality in Morocco and Cape Verde, Pedro F. Marcelino and Hermon Farahi. 7. Fascism, Civility and the Crisis of the Turkish State, Tim Jacoby. 8. Hizbullah in the Civilising Process: Anarchy, Self-Restraint and Violence, Adham Saouli. 9. Official Islam and the Limits of Communicative Action: The Paradox of the Amman Message, Michaelle Browers. 10. The Arab State and (Absent) Civility in New Communicative Spaces, Emma C. Murphy. 11.Dis-Orienting Clusters of Civility, S. Sayyid. 12. Epilogue: Civilities, Subjectivities and Collective Action: Preliminary Reflections in Light of the Egyptian Revolution, Salwa Ismail.|
|Series Title:||Third world quarterly (Series)|
|Responsibility:||edited by Frédéric Volpi.|