The first 100 books in our Middle East Studies list, by the numbers.
This week, with the publication of Mostafa Miawi's The Ottoman Scramble for Africa, the Press formally marks the 100th publication in its Middle East Studies list—to commemorate we're taking a look back on the first 10 years of our publishing program on the region. Celebrate the milestone with us—take 30% off our first 100 books in Middle East Studies between June 13 - 24, learn more about the origins and spirit of the program with a few words from our editor-in-chief, and check out the Middle East Studies Index below—a few quick stats that encapsulate the breadth and quality of our first 100 books.
The year the very first book in the list was published
With the help of Joel Beinin, Stanford professor and former president of the Middle East Studies Association, Wahl began the Stanford Studies in Middle Eastern and Islamic Societies and Cultures series, in which Beinin’s book became the inaugural publication, not only of the series, but of the entire Middle East Studies list. Beinin continues to work as a series editor and has since published two other books with the Press—an edited collection and a Brief.