Millet, Mission and Mandate – three recent volumes on the Middle East

Three interesting volumes on various aspects of Middle Eastern history were published last year (2010), all of which address, in different ways, the position of Christians from the 16th c. onwards. All three were the result of exciting conferences, and to all three I contributed – no further comments, therefore, but see the websites …

Sabine Schmidkte and Camilla Adang, Contacts and Controversies between Muslims, Jews and Christians in the Ottoman Empire and Pre-Modern Iran (Istanbuler Texte und Studien 21; Würzburg, Ergon-Verlag: 2010). See (the volume is not yet included in their list)

Norbert Friedrich, Uwe Kaminsky, Roland Löffler, The Social Dimension of Christian Missions in the Middle East: Historical Studies of the 19th and 20th Centuries (Stuttgart: Franz Steiner Verlag, 2010). See:

Rory Miller (ed.), Palestine, Britain and Empire: The Mandate Years (Surrey: Ashgate, 2010). See:

For my contributions, see:

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