Table of contents for Journeys to the other shore : Muslim and Western travelers in search of knowledge / Roxanne L. Euben.

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Acknowledgments
Note on Transliteration and Spelling
Chapter 1: Frontiers: Walls and Windows-Some Reflections of Travel Narratives
Chapter 2: Traveling Theorists and Translating Practices
	 Theory and Theoria
	"Seeing the Entire World as a Foreign Land"
	Exposures and Closures
	Islam, Travel, and talab al-{{ayn}}ilm
	The Double-Edged Nature of Travel
	Travel as Translation
Chapter 3: Liars, Travelers, Theorists-Herodotus and Ibn Battuta
 Herodotus	 
 Ibn Battuta
 Conclusion
Chapter 4: Travel in Search of Practical Wisdom: The Modern Theoriai of al-Tahtawi and 
Tocqueville
	Authorizing Autopsy
	Travels across Time and Space
	Multiple Mediations
	Conclusion
Chapter 5: Gender, Genre, and Travel: Montesquieu and Sayyida Salme
	Montesquieu's Persian Letters
	Sayyida Salme's Memoirs
	Conclusion
Chapter 6: Cosmopolitanisms Past and Present, Islamic and Western
Notes
Bibliography
Index

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Travel, Medieval.
Voyages and travels.
Travelers -- Arab countries.
Travelers -- Europe.
East and West.