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Kamal S. Salibi: Book Chapters by Salibi

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Book Chapters

"Living with Changing Times" In Franco-Arab Encounters: Studies in Memory of David C. Gordonedited by L.C. brown and

            M. S. Gordon, 155-178. Beirut: AUB Press, 1996.

"The Establishment of the Shaikhdom of Bahrain in Historical Perspectives". In Bahrain through the Ages: the History, edited

by A. al-Khalifa and M. Rice, 467-470. London: Kegan Paul, 1993.

"Mount Lebanon under the Mamluks". In Quest for Understanding: Arabic and Islamic Studies in Memory of Malcolm H. Kerr, edited by S. Seikaly, R. Baalbaki, and P. Dodd, 15-32. Beirut: AUB Press, 1991.

"The Maronite Experiment". In Conversion and Continuity: Indigenous Christian Communities in Islamic Lands, eighth to eighteenth centuries, edited by M. Gerves and R. J. Bikhazi, 423-433. Toronto: Pontifical Institute of Medieval Studies, 1990.

"The West Arabian Topography of Genesis 14". In The Islamic World from Classical to Modern Times: Essays in Honor of Bernard Lewis, edited by C. E. Bosworth, C, Issawi, R. Savory, and A. L. Udovitch, 303-309. Princeton: Darwin Press, 1989.

"Historical Perspective". In Lebanon: A History of Conflict and Consensus, edited by N. Shehadi and D. H. Mills, 1-13. Oxford: Center for Lebanese Studies, 1988.

“The Tribal Origins of the Religious Sects in the Arab East”. In Toward a Viable Lebanon, edited by H. Barakat, 15-26.

             London: Croom Helm, 1988.

“The Two Worlds of Ass’ad Y. Khayat”. In Christians and Jews in the Ottoman Empire: The Functioning of a Plural Society,

             edited by B. Braude and B. Lewis, Vol. 2, 135-155. New York: Holmes and Meier Publishers, 1982.

“Hadramut: A Name with a Story.” In Studia Arabica et Islamica: Festshrift for Ihsan’ Abbas on his Sixtieth Birthday, edited by

             W. al-Qadi, 393-397. Beirut: AUB Press, 1981.

“Right and Left in Lebanon.” In The Contemporary Middle Eastern Scene: Basic Issues and Major Trends, edited by G. Stein

             and G. Steinbach, 97-103, Opladen: Leske/Budrich, 1979.

“Beirut Under the Young Turks as depicted in the Memories of Salim ‘Ali Salam (1868-1938).” In Les Arabes par leurs

             archives (XVIe-XXe siècles), edited by J. Berque and D. Chevallier, 193-215. Paris : CNRS, 1976.

“The 1860 Upheaval in Damascus as seen by al-Sayyid Muhammad Abu’l-Su’ud al-Hasibi, notable and later Naqib al-Ashraf

             of the city.” In Beginnings of Modernization in the Middle East: The Nineteenth Century, edited by W. R. Polk and R.

             L. Chambers, 185-202. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1968.

“Islam and Syria in the Writings of Henri Lammens.” In The Historians of the Middle East, edited by B. Lewis and P. M. Holt,

             330-342. London: Oxford University Press, 1962.

“The Traditional Histography of the Maronites.” In The Historians of the Middle East, edited by B. Lewis and P. M. Holt, 212-

             225. London: Oxford University Press, 1962.

"فخر الدين الثاني والفكرة اللبنانية." في أبعاد القومية اللبنانية. الكسليك، لبنان: جامعة الروح القدس، 1970. ص. 85-111.