Studies in the history of Transjordan, 1920-1949

the making of a state by Uriel Dann

Publisher: Westview Press in Boulder, Colo

Written in English
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  • Jordan -- History -- 1919-1946.,
  • Jordan -- History -- 1946-1952.

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Includes bibliographies and index.

African Studies American Studies Ancient Near East and Egypt Art History Asian Studies Book History and Cartography Biblical Studies Classical Studies Education History Jewish Studies Literature and Cultural Studies Languages and Egyptian Influence in Transjordan during the Iron Age In: Walls of the. Uriel Dann is the author of Iraq under Qassem ( avg rating, 2 ratings, 0 reviews, published ), The Hashemites in the Modern Arab World ( avg /5(4).   The biblical text of the book of Numbers has a long history of tradition. Scholars have tried to reconstruct the original text by comparing all manuscripts available, including ancient translations. The most acknowledged Hebrew Masoretic version from the St. Petersburg manuscript, which goes back to the family of Ben Asher (Tiberias, CE. This book chronicles King Abdullah's relationship with the Zionist movement from his appointment as Emir of Transjordan in to his assassination in Focusing on the events that led to the partition of Palestine, the book challenges many of the myths and legends that have come to surround the first Arab-Israeli war and the creation of the State of Israel.

Rogan, E. (). Frontiers of the state in the late Ottoman Empire: Transjordan, (pp. ). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. PowerPoint Presentation: Safa Saraçoğlu, People and Property in 19th Century Transjordan. beyond the river ottoman transjordan in original photographs Posted By Stan and Jan Berenstain Media TEXT ID fe Online PDF Ebook Epub Library of the ottoman empire through the first world war and the establishment of the hashemite emirate of jordan in from which the modern kingdom evolved aug 29 Books that contain images will have the download option of ‘DAISY Text with Images’. BRF (Braille Refreshable Format) - Digital Braille for use with refreshable Braille devices and Braille embossers. MP3 (MPEG audio layer 3) - Provides audio only with no text. These books are created with a text-to-speech engine and spoken by Kendra, a high.   The study of the Transjordanian Iron-Age (ca. BC) state of Ammon is important to students of the Bible because of the numerous references to the Ammonites (bene 'ammon) included in the historical and prophetic sections of the Hebrew canon. The book of Genesis traces the ancestry of the "Sons of Ammon" to an eponymous ancestor named Ben Ammi--son/grandson of Abraham's .

  The major sections for Asian History are listed below. For a more specific breakdown of the call numbers see the Library of Congress Classification System online. Sometimes books relevant to Asian Studies may be housed in other sections (History, Economics, Gender Studies, etc.), so it is important to search beyond the main Asian Studies sections. Eugene L. Rogan's impressively-researched book is a welcome addition to the burgeoning field of Ottoman provincial history-a field that is redefining Ottoman historiography by substituting detailed and nuanced archival-based studies for the essentialized formulations that had all too often marked earlier Ottoman scholarship. The Mesha Inscription describes Omri’s conquest of the mishor in the Transjordan, and Moab’s subsequent (re)taking of it, in the 9th century B.C.E. Reading Numbers 21 in conversation with archaeological findings confirms much of this and offers us a glimpse at the history of this region before the Omride conquest. The book of Job explores the nature of true piety and the problem of innocent suffering. Reception of Job in Visual Art. Various communities throughout history have found the book of Job to be a rich resource for producing visual art that seeks to soothe sufferers, spread hope, and even encourage rebels.

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Westview Special Studies on the Middle East (Boulder and London: Westview Press,). Book Review | January 01 Jordanian History Studies in the History of Transjordan, The Making of a State.

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1 Item Preview Islamic Studies Library. McGill University Library. Canadian Libraries. Glubb’s arrival in Transjordan in November marked the beginning of a remarkably long period of service in the kingdom.

His early years there were dominated by desert control and raising the Arab Legion’s Desert Patrol. The policies that he applied in Transjordan were heavily influenced by his experience of desert control in Iraq.

Studies in the History of Transjordan, The Making of a State, by Uriel Dann. Boulder, CO: Westview Press, Westview Special Studies on the Middle East.

x + pages. Index to p. $ paper. Jordan's Palestinian Challenge, A Political History, by Clinton Bailey. Boulder, CO: Westview Press, for the Leonard Davis. A state-of-the-art presentation on a people/nation of Transjordan known to readers of the Bible as a neighbor, and often an enemy, of first millennium B.C.

Israel. Topics covered in the book's ten chapters include a review of archaeological research in Ammon (R.W. Younker); the emergence of the Ammonites (R.W. Younker); Ammonite territory and sites (B. MacDonald); Ammonite "monumental" and. How Trans-Jordan was severed from the territory of the Jewish National Home.

Journal of Israeli History: Vol. 27, No. 1, pp. In another seminal moment, Stryker co-edited The Transgender Studies Reader (, with a second volume in ) and soon published Transgender History, an accessible book for the general reader on the history of transgender people in the United States.

According to Stryker, there are two ways scholars today approach trans history. MATTINGLY: THE EXODUS-CONQUEST AND TRANSJORDAN however, that Glueck's work should be jettisoned in toto.

Glueck's four-volume Explorations in Eastern Palestine (, ) and The Other Side of the Jordan (; 2nd ed., ) serve as benchmarks in the history of research on ancient Transjordan. titled Studies in the History of Transjordan, The Making of a State (Westview, ), takes as its central theme the Amir Abdullah's efforts to build and sustain a state virtually ex nihilo; and his last book, King Hussein and the Challenge of Arab Radicalism.

Jordan Table of Contents. At its inception inthe Amirate of Transjordan had fewer thaninhabitants. Of this number, about 20 percent lived in four towns each having populations of. During the s, John Glubb and the Arab Legion became the 'cornerstone' of Britain's imperial presence in the Middle East.

Based on unprecedented access to the unofficial archive of the Arab Legion, including a major accession of Glubb's private papers, Graham Jevon examines and revises Britain's post retreat from empire in the Middle East.

The history of international relations in the Middle East is not stable due to the foreign political influences, especially from the European powers since world war one onwards. Part of the Macmillan’s Studies in Military and Strategic History book series (SMSH) Studies in the History of Transjordan, – (Boulder and London () The Issue of the Western Wall.

In: Law, Order and Riots in Mandatory Palestine, – Macmillan’s Studies in Military and Strategic History. Palgrave Macmillan. By tracing the history of the modern nation-state through successive generations, the book shows how Arab rulers have used public holidays as a means of establishing their legitimacy and, more broadly, a sense of national identity.

Most recently, some states have attempted to nationalize religious festivals in the face of the Islamic revival. Studies in the History of Transjordan, Boulder, Colorado: Westview Press, Garfinkle, Adam M. "Jordanian Foreign Policy," Current History, 83, January, Glubb, John Bagot (Glubb Pasha).

History of Jordan, Jordan as Palestine Two states for two people, Jordan must contribute In the most extensive remarks to date on his proposed Middle East agreement, U.S.

President Bill Clinton made a plea Sunday for peace, telling U.S. Jewish leaders their land also is the Palestinians' homeland and "there is no choice but for you to divide this land into two states for two people.".

Furthermore, the book talks about the Karak revolt and its horrible consequences on people of Transjordan. I wish the book presented more illustrations and photos. I also wonder if referencing medieval Islamic books would have added more to its content, nevertheless I personally salute the author and those who helped in creating the s: 1.

Studies In The History Of Transjordan, The Making Of A State Uriel Dann This collection of papers examines, in the inductive manner of political history, a number of events and crises from to that have shaped the modern state of.

Since its first publication in this country, Yohanan Aharoni's informative, fact-filled work has been a prime source in its field. Now considerably enlarged, and with both text and maps updated, this classic study offers an even more accurate description of the geography, history, and archeology of Palestine.

The Land of the Bible is an essential textbook that will continue to serve both 5/5(1). Michael R. Fischbach, Ph.D. () in History, Georgetown University, is Associate Professor of History at Randolph-Macon College in Virginia, U.S.A. His publications include Land Policies and Socio-Economic Structures, in The Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan, Author: Michael Fischbach.

ISLAMIC STUDIES: A Bibliography (Books—In English) Author: Patrick S. O’Donnell Publisher: Santa Barbara City College. Book library › History › Studies in the History of Transjordan, The Making of a State. Boulder, CO: Westview Press, Davison, Andrew.

This fear that Transjordan would fall apart if Abdullah died prematurely was something that consistently haunted the Zionist movement and elements within Transjordan as they were collaborating prior to the war At the end of the conflict however, Abdullah through his collaboration with the Zionist movement not only established the.

Studies in the History of Transjordan, – The Making of a State. Boulder, CO: Westview Press, Vatikiotis, P. Politics and the Military in Jordan: A Study of the Arab Legion, – New York: Praeger, jenab tutunji.

A comprehensive review of the history of Jordan from Ancient times ( BCE) to date. Jordan has been home to some of the oldest and greatest civilizations ranging from the Old Testament Kingdoms, the Age of Rome, the Byzantines, the Islamic and Crusader period, the Ottoman Empire, the Great Arab Revolt and the modern history of Jordan.

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The Palestinians, the Shi'a, and South Lebanon (Interview). Transjordan The part of Palestine to the east of the River Jordan ; mountainous, with good annual rainfall. It comprises the OT areas of Gilead, Moab (east of the Dead Sea), and Edom.

Under the Ottoman Empire, most of Transjordan was part of the Syria Vilayet, primarily the sanjaks of Hauran and Ma' inhabitants of northern Transjordan had traditionally associated with Syria, and those of southern Transjordan with the Arabian was no Ottoman district known as Transjordan, there were the districts Ajlun, al-Balqa, al-Karak and Ma'an.

Both Isaiah Friedman [British Pan-Arab Policy – ] & Uriel Dann [Studies in the History of Transjordan, –The Making of .The history of Jordan refers to the history of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan and the background period of the Emirate of Transjordan under British protectorate as well as the general history of the region of Transjordan.

There is evidence of human activity in Transjordan as early as the Paleolithic period. The area was settled by nomadic tribes in the Bronze Age, which consolidated in small.Jordan - Jordan - Transjordan, the Hāshimite Kingdom, and the Palestine war: During World War I the Arabs joined the British against the Ottomans.

In a revolt ofin which they were assisted by Colonel T.E. Lawrence, the Arabs severed the Hejaz Railway. In July the army of Prince Fayṣal ibn Husayn (of the Hāshimite [or Hashemite] dynasty) captured Al-ʿAqabah, and by October