Orientalism Now: Popular Images and Social Science Representations

“Here are a few examples of how the Arab is often represented today. Note how readily “the Arab” seems to accommodate the transformations and reductions--all of a simply tendentious kind--into which he is continually being forced.” (p. 285) “[...] after the 1973 war the Arab appeared everywhere as something more menacing. Cartoons depicting an Arab... Continue Reading →

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