Table of contents for The new crusades : constructing the Muslim enemy / edited by Emran Qureshi and Michael A. Sells.

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             Preface: A Tribute to Eqbal Ahmad ix
             Emran Qureshi

             Acknowledgments xi

Introduction: Constructing the Muslim Enemy 1
             Emran Qureshi and Michael A. Sells

             Part I

Palace Fundamentalism and Liberal Democracy 51
             Fatema Mernissi

The Clash of Definitions 68
             Edward W. Said

The Clash of Civilizations: Samuel P. Huntington, Bernard Lewis, and the
    Remaking of the Post-Cold War World Order 88
             John Trumpbour

The Clash of Civilizations: An Islamicist's Critique 131
             Roy P. Mottahedeh

Among the Mimics and Parasites: V. S. Naipaul's Islam 152
              Rob Nixon

Islamic and Western Worlds: The End of History
    or Clash of Civilizations 170
              Mujeeb R. Khan

              Part II

Europe and the Muslims: The Permanent Crusade? 205
              Tomaz Mastnak

The Myth of Westernness in Medieval Literary Historiography 249
              Maria Rosa Menocal

Islamophobia in France and the "Algerian Problem" 288
              Neil MacMaster

The Nationalist Serbian Intellectuals and Islam: Defining and Eliminating
    a Muslim Community 314
              Norman Cigar

Christ Killer, Kremlin, Contagion 352
              Michael A. Sells

              Contributors 389

              Index 391


Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Islamic countries Foreign relations Europe, Europe Foreign relations Islamic countries, Islamic fundamentalism, War Religious aspects Islam, Islamic countries Foreign relations United States, United States Foreign relations Islamic countries, Terrorism Religious aspects Islam