Introduction / Patricia M.E. Lorcin and Todd Shepard -- Part I. Rethinking Mediterranean Maps (Maps to Rethink the Mediterranean) -- Revolutions de Constantinople : France and the Ottoman World in the Age of Revolutions / Ali Yaycioglu -- Barbary and Revolution : France and North Africa 1789-1798 / Ian Coller -- "There Is, in the Heart of Asia...an Entirely French Population" : France, Mount Lebanon, and the Workings of Affective Empire in the Mediterranean, circa 1830-1919 / Andrew Arsan -- Natural Disaster, Globalization, and Decolonization : The Case of the 1960 Agadir Earthquake / Spencer Segalla -- Part II. Shifting Frameworks of Migration (Migrations across the Mediterranean) -- The French Nation of Constantinople in the Eighteenth Century as Reflected in the Saints Peter and Paul Parish Records, 1740-1800 / Edhem Eldem -- An Ottoman in Paris : A Tale of Mediterranean Coinage / Marc Aymes -- From Household to School Room : Women, Transnational Networks, and Education in North Africa and Beyond / Julia Clancy-Smith -- Europeans before Europe? : The Mediterranean Pre-History of European Integration and Exclusion / Mary Lewis -- Part III. Margins Remade (by the Mediterranean) -- Dreyfus in the Sahara : Jews, trans-Saharan Commerce, and Southern Algerian under French Colonial Rule / Sarah Abrevaya Stein -- Moise Nahon and the Invention of the Modern Maghribi Jew / Susan Miller -- The Syphilitic Arab? : a Search for Civilization in Disease Etiology, Prostitution, and French Colonial Medicine / Ellen Amster -- From Auschwitz to Algeria : The Mediterranean Limits of the French Anti-Concentration Camp Movement, 1952-1959 / Emma Kuby.
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