- Title Pages
- 1 The Generation of 1919
- 2 Reassessing Egypt's Foreign Policy during the 1920s and 1930s
- 3 Revisiting the History of the Egyptian Army
- 4 Financial Cerberus?
- 5 Egyptianizing Modernity through the ‘New <i>Effendiya</i>’
- 6 Historical Consciousness for Modern Citizenship
- 7 The Cairo Fire of 26 January 1952 and the Interpretations of History
- 8 Toward the Democratization of Public Education
- 9 Empowering Women, Engendering Change
- 10 <i>Fallahin</i>: The‘Mud Bearers’ of Egypt's ‘Liberal Age’
- 11 The Nationalization of Marriage in Monarchical Egypt<sup>1</sup>
- 12 Writing Women Medical Practitioners into the History of Modern Egypt
- 13 Madams, Murders, and the Media
- 14 The 1919 Revolution and Nationalist Constructions of the Lives and Works of Pioneering Women Writers
- 15 Twentieth-Century Egyptian Art: The Pioneers, 1920–52<sup>1</sup>
- 16 State and Cinema in Pre-Revolutionary Egypt, 1927–52
- 17 Egyptian Historiography, 1919–52
- 18 Conclusion
- Selected Bibliography
- Re-Envisioning Egypt 1919-1952
- American University in Cairo Press
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