- Title Pages
- Tables and Figures
- Introduction: The Many Crises of Middle East Studies
- Chapter One Scientific Knowledge, Liberalism, and Empire: American Political Science in the Modern Middle East
- Chapter Two Middle East in Sociology, Sociology in the Middle East
- Chapter Three Oil on the Waters? Middle East Studies and Economics for the Middle East
- Chapter Four The Interdisciplinary Spatial Turn and the Discipline of Geography in Middle East Studies
- Chapter Five The Dual Logics of International Education in the Global University: The Case of Middle East Studies at New York University
- Chapter Six Arabic Language Learning on US Campuses after 9/11: “Needs” and Challenges
- Chapter Seven Trends in the Production of Knowledge about the Middle East within and across Disciplines: A Survey of PhD Dissertations, 2000–2010
- Chapter Eight Islamic Studies in US Universities
- Chapter Nine Area Studies and the Decade after 9/11
- Chapter Ten In the Shadow of Orientalism: The Historiography of US-Arab Relations
- Chapter Eleven The Risk of Knowing
- Afterword Middle East Studies for the New Millennium: Infrastructures of Knowledge
- Appendix Producing Knowledge on World Regions: Overview of Data Collection and Project Methodology, 2000–Present
- About the Contributors
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