The Arabs from Alexander the Great until the Islamic conquests : Orientalist perceptions and contemporary conflicts / Ayad Al - Ani
DS 38 .A4813
|المؤلف||Al - Ani, Ayad|
|العنوان||The Arabs from Alexander the Great until the Islamic conquests : Orientalist perceptions and contemporary conflicts / Ayad Al - Ani|
|بيانات النشر||Piscataway, NJ, [UNITED STATES]: Gorgias Press, 2021.|
|الوصف المادي||268 P|
|بيان السلسلة||Gorgias handbooks | 54|
|المحتويات / النص||
1- introduction to the problem of de- arabization
2- oriens and arabia without arabs?
3- in search of the arab koine
4- can non-Europeans think?
5- the hellenistic - roman orient : dark design , suppression , forgetting and no explanation ?
"This is not a conventional history book. It is rather a study of the sociology of historical writing about a period that, although quite distant in time (330 B.C. to A.D. 670), still influences political discourse about the Arab world, and especially the relationship between the West and the Middle East. This book focuses on the riddle of the disappearance of the Arabs from history before Islam, their sudden appearance behind the banners of the Prophet, and the powerful and traumatic effect this emergence into world history has had on the relationship between the Arabs and the West"-
|المواضيع||Arabs - History - To 622Arabs - RomeEurope - Civilization - Arab influencesMiddle East - Relations - Rome|
|المواضيع||Church history - Primitive and early church, ca. 30-600Middle East - History - To 622|