Land Tenure And Social Transformation In The Middle East.
American university of Beirut
MIDDLE EAST, ARABIA, YEMEN , EGYPT, LAND DEVELOPMENT, ISLAM, TENURE, ECONOMIC, PALESTINED
xviii, 531 pp.; maps, photographs, plans, cloth in d/w, index; Copy in mint Condition. New.
This volume, which embodies the proceedings of an international conference held at the American University of Beirut in February 1983, provides the first comprehensive survey of the history of land tenure and social transformation in the Middle East over several mellenia up to the present day.
The thirty-two papers, written by scholars of diverse fields and periods, bring to this theme an interdisciplinary approach and enable the reader to follow the various threads-historical, social, economic, military, political, legal- related to the evolution and development of land tenure systems in the Middle East.