The Middle East and Brazil

Perspectives on the New Global South

Edited by Paul Amar

Contributions by Paulo Daniel Farah, Carlos Riberio Santana, Monique Sochaczewski Goldfeld, Fernando Rabossi, Silvia M. Montenegro, Armando Vargas, Daniela Birman, Waïl Hassan, Ella Shohat, Robert Stam, Alexandra Isfahani-Hammond, Jose Cairus, Maria del-Mar Logroño-Narbona, John Tofik Karam, Neiva Vieira da Cunha, Pedro Paulo Thiago de Mello, Paulo G. Pinto, Ella Shobat and Silvia C. Ferreira

Published by: Indiana University Press

358 Pages, 6.00 x 9.00 x 0.00 in

  • Paperback
  • 9780253012272
  • Published: July 2014

$30.00

  • Hardcover
  • 9780253012234
  • Published: July 2014

$85.00

  • eBook
  • 9780253014962
  • Published: July 2014

$9.99

Connections between Brazil and the Middle East have a long history, but the importance of these interactions has been heightened in recent years by the rise of Brazil as a champion of the global south, mass mobilizations in the Arab world and South America, and the cultural renaissance of Afro-descendant Muslims and Arab ethnic identities in the Americas. This groundbreaking collection traces the links between these two regions, describes the emergence of new South-South solidarities, and offers new methodologies for the study of transnationalism, global culture, and international relations.