3776Re: [ANE-2] Re: question about Orientalism book
- Jan 31, 2007I think that's the very review! I suspect a TLS-reader friend sent it to me in hard-copy, which is why I can't find it on line!
Coincidentally, I've just read the short accounts of Browne and Nicholson that the reviewer focuses on. People should let me know if they'd be interested in my comments when I finish.
Peter T. Daniels grammatim@...
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From: Robert Griffin <muggleorsquib@...>
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Subject: [ANE-2] Re: question about Orientalism book
Might this be it?
http://tls.timesonl ine.co.uk/ article/0, ,25340-2184814, 00.html
The article, titled 'Where Edward Said was wrong", is by Christopher
de Bellaigue, and is a review of Robert Irwin's _For Lust of Knowing_.
--- In ANE-2@yahoogroups. com, "Peter T. Daniels" <grammatim@. ..>
>or RBL yet), though it looks not unfamiliar and not uninteresting. Is
> I don't think this can be the book (it hasn't been reviewed in BMCR
it out yet? The listing says "_ca._ 600 pp."
>American edition, but if it's the right book, then I must say that
> The alternate title for Irwin doesn't appear anywhere in the
the review I saw, wherever it may have been, was rather misleading!
(I'm almost exactly halfway through.)
> --lists I
> Peter T. Daniels grammatim@.. .
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> From: "sbudin@..." <sbudin@...>
> To: ANE-2@yahoogroups. com
> Sent: Sunday, January 28, 2007 7:11:45 PM
> Subject: Re: [ANE-2] question about Orientalism book
> Quoting "Peter T. Daniels" <grammatim@verizon. net>:
> > Not too long ago -- perhaps about six months ago -- one of the
> > subscribe to posted a review of a recent book surveying theOrientalism
> > debate that offered a decidedly anti-Said position. Can anyoneidentify this
> > book for me -- and point me to the review? It is not BMCR or RBL;it may have
> > been TLS or possibly (though doubtfully) NYRB or something likethat.
> >is a fairly
> > It can't have been *Dangerous Knowledge*, by Robert Irwin, which
> > superficial catalog of the history of European study of Islam andArabic,
> > with some rather elementary mistakes in areas I know about (suchas
> > consistently using "Indo-Aryan" to mean "Indo-European, " andcalling the
> > editing of texts "dull but necessary" -- several times), thataddresses Said
> > only in the closing chapter.titles in the UK
> > I seem to recall that the book I'm looking for had different
> > and the US.the "other
> Is this the posting you remember?:
> From <http://www.sheffiel dphoenix. com/showbook. asp?bkid= 45>:
> ============ ========= ========= ========= ========= ==
> Orientalism, Assyriology and the Bible
> Edited by Steven W. Holloway
> c. 600 pp. Hardback
> Series: Hebrew Bible Monographs, 10
> 1-905048-37- 8, 978-1-905048- 37-3 hardback
> £30 / $55 / ¤45 (Scholar's Price)
> £60 / $110 / ¤90 (List Price)
> ?Orientalism? refers both to the academic study of the Orient and
> to Western scholarship that clings to stock images of the timeless
> East and oriental despotism. This landmark collection of essays,
> the first in its field, is written by seasoned art historians,
> Assyriologists and biblical specialists; it is organized under four
> Otherwise, you may be thinking of _For Lust of Knowing_ which is
> title" for _Dangerous Knowledge_. It seems to fit your description.[Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
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