The Modern Assyrians of the Middle East: Encounters with Western Christian missions, archaeologists, and colonial power

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BRILL, 25‏/05‏/2000 - 304 من الصفحات
As "Assyrians" members of this religio-linguistic minority have either been romanticized for gallantry and integrity, or have been portrayed as rebellious and mischievous. This study covers - as summed up by its subtitle - some of the unexplored aspects of this history.
 

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I NESTORIANS CHALDEANS SYRIANS ARAMEANS ASSYRIANS
1
II EARLY BEGINNINGS
33
III MISSIONARIES KURDS AND CHRISTIANS
65
IV MISSION TO AZERBAYJAN
87
V THE POWERS KURDS AND CHRISTIANS
107
VI THE CALM AND THE STORM
131
VII IN EXILE
151
VIII THE INEVITABLE CLASH
175
IX BETWEEN MUTUALLY HOSTILE NEIGHBORS
207
X FROM MISSIONS TO ECUMENISM
229
Books and Public Documents
261
Articles and Periodicals
277
INDEX
285
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حول المؤلف (2000)

John Joseph, Ph.D. (1957) in Middle Eastern History, Princeton University, is Lewis Audenreid Professor of History, emeritus, at Franklin and Marshall College, Lancaster, Pennsylvania. His published works have been mainly on Christians of the Syriac tradition.

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