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Cannon, Byron D., The Beylical Habus Council and suburban development: Tunis, 1881–1914, 7, 1–2, 1982, 32–40.

Cannon, Byron D., Entrepreneurial Management of Tunisia’s Private Habous Patrimony, 1902–1914, 10, 2–3, 1985, 41–50.

Cannon, Byron D., Changing Qaidal functions and ‘Mixite’: Case studies from the Algerois 1843–1870, 19, 3–4, 1994, 246–56.

Cannon, Byron D., Irreconciliability of Reconciliation: Employment of Algerian Veterans under the plan Jonnart, 1919–1926, 24, 1–2, 1999, 42–50.

Cannon, Byron D, West African Shea/Karité Butter: Co-Dependency Between Village Tradition and the Export Market, 34, 2–3, 2009, 195–206.

Carre, Olivier, Interrogations sur le viol en contexte Musulman contemporain, notamment Palestinien, 22, 3–4, 1997, 221–36.

Carre, Olivier, Lectures du Coran: Qutb Contre ‘Abduh, 32, 1, 2007, 31–47.

Carter, Sandra G., Moroccan Cinema: What Moroccan Cinema? 25, 1–2, 2000, 65–97.

Carter, Sandra, Morocco, Youth bands, social networking and the Internet, 32, 4, 2007, 349–75.

Caruso, Immacolata and Venditto, Bruno, Immigration in Italy:An overview, 33. 1, 2008, 82–102.

Charnay, Jean–Paul, Economy and Religion in the Works of Ibn Khaldun, 4, 1, 1979, 6–8.

Charnay, Jean–Paul, Révolution islamique, Droit Musulman et Droit International Public, 14, 1–2, 1989, 2–9.

Chater, Khelifa, Le Commerce Caravanier au Maghreb et ses Mutations au Cours de L’ère Précoloniale, 12, 3–4, 1987, 99–104.

Chater, Khelifa, Islam et Réformes Politiques dans la Tunisie du XIVe siècle, 13, 1–2, 1988, 78–83.

Chater, Khalifa, L’Enjeu Maghrébin, de la stratégie de resistance aux projets unitaires (1947–89), 15, 3–4, 1990, 202–12.

Chater, Khalifa, La décolonisation du Maghreb et a dialectique modernité/identité (1955–1993), 19, 1–2, 1994, 49–60.

Chater, Khalifa, La démarche Bourguibienne: Realpolitik et quête du compromis, 27, 1, 2002, 35–48.

Chater, Khalifa, La Méditerranée vue du Maghreb au XVIIIe siècle, 33, 2–3,2008, 151–58.

Chater, Souad, Islam et Société: Normes Originelles et Conditions de la Femme d’Aujourd’hui, 12, 5–6, 1987, 136–40.

Chater, Souad, Décolonisation et discours feministe en Tunisie (1930–1956), 19, 1–2, 1994, 61–73.

Chattou, Zoubir, Grossesse et accouchement: un champ symbolique. Cas de la société des Bni Iznacen (Nord-Est du Maroc), 18, 3–4, 1993, 166–73.

Chérif, M. Hamdi, Nejjari, C., Ben Abdallah, M., Ben Ayoub, W., Sancho-Garnier, H., Epidémiologie descriptive des cancers au Maghreb (Algérie, Maroc, Tunisie), 35, 4, 2010, 387–404

Cherkaoui, Mohamed, Perception des soins de santé primaire chez les parents d’enfants consultant au niveau des centres de santé de Marrakech, 34, 1, 2009, 116–23,

Chesson, John P., Colonialism and violence: Camus and Sartre on the Algerian War, 1945–58, 15, 1–2, 1990, 16–30.

Chikh, Slimane, Parsons au marquis, 8, 1–2, 1983, 45–52.

Chikh, Slimane, La Mosquée et la Noce à Beni Isquen, 13, 1–2, 1988, 3–18.

Choplin, Armelle, From the Chinguetti mosque to dubai towers “extraversion”, connections and neo-urban society in a globalized Mauritania, 35, 1–2, 2010, 146–163.

Christelow, Allan, Career patterns of late nineteenth century algerian Muslim magistrates, 6, 1–2, 1981, 36–9.

Christelow, Allan, Algerian Islam in a time of transition, c.1890–c.1930, 8, 5–6, 1983, 124–30.

Christelow, Allan, Algerian Interpreters and the French Colonial Adventure in Sub- Saharan Africa, 10, 4–6, 1985, 101–6.

Christelow, Allan, Political Ends and Means of Transport in the Colonial North African Pilgrimage, 12, 3–4, 1987, 84–9.

Christelow, Allan, An Islamic Humanist in the 20th century, Malik Benabi, 17, 1–2, 1992, 69–83.

Christelow, Allan, The art of autobiography in post–independence Algeria, 19, 3–4, 1994, 257–65.

Christelow, Allan, Re-envisioning Algerian Cultural History in the Imperial Age, 24, 3–4, 1999, 108–15.

Christelow, Allan, The Mosque at the Edge of the Plaza: Islam in the Algerian Colonial City, 25, 3–4, 2000, 289–319.

Christelow, Allan, Bashir Ibrahimi and the Islamic encounter with European secular and religious faiths, 24, 1–4, 2004, 99–122.

Christelow, Allan, The Western Mediterranean in an American Mirror: The Algerine Spy in Pennsylvania, 31, 1–2, 2006, 80–102

Ciavolella, Riccardo, ‘Orienting’ Fulani herders of Mauritania: Struggles for identity, political marginalization and mobilization since the 1950s islamization, 35, 3, 2010, 306–24.

Cigar, Norman L., Mulay Ismail and the Glorious revolution in England, 3, 7–8, 1978, 7–11.

Cigar, Norman L., Conflict and Community in an urban milieu, under the ‘Alawis (ca.1666–1830), 3, 10, 1978, 3–13.

Cigar, Norman L., Socio-economic structures and the development of an urban bourgeoisie in Pre-colonial Morocco, 6, 3–4, 1981, 55–76.

Cigar, Norman., Tribes, Society and the State in Saudi Arabia: Change and Continuity and the Implications for Security and Stability, 36, 3–4, 2011, 211–63.

Clergerie, Jean-Louis, Les institutions administratives et politiques de la Libye, 18, 3–4, 1993, 146–50.

Cochrane, James R, The Potential of Religious Entities for Strengthening Public Health Systems in Crisis, 34, 1, 2009, 41–60.

Corré, Alan D., Two loves in Islam Cordova, 2, 4, 1977, 19–21.

Corré, Alan D., The Algiers riot, January 1898, 5, 2–4, 1980, 74–8.

Corré, Alan D., A Moroccan Jewish Saint, 6, 5–6, 1981, 79–84.

Corré, Alan D., The Jews of North Africa and the Middle East: A recent exhibition at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Library, 6, 5–6, 1981, 105–8.

Cory, Stephen, Language of power: The use of literary Arabic as political propaganda in early modern Morocco, 30, 1, 2005, 39–56.

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Dallmayer, Fred R., Reason, Faith and Politics: A Journey to Muslim Andalusia, 25, 3–4, 2000, 194–216.

Damis, John, The Moroccan-Algerian conflict over the Western Sahara, 4, 2, 1979, 49–57.

Damis, John, The Role of third parties in the Western Sahara conflict, 7, 1–2, 1982, 1–15.

Damis, John, King Hassan and the Western Sahara, 25, 1–2, 2000, 13–30.

Danziger, Raphael, Diplomatic deception as a last resort: Abd al-Qadir’s oblique pleas to the French and the British, 1846–1847 (pt. 1), 4, 4–6, 1979, 126–8.

Danziger, Raphael, From alliance to belligerency: Abd al-Qadir in Morocco, 1843–1847, (pt.2), 5, 2–4, 1980, 63–73.

Danziger, Raphael, Abd al-Qadir and Abd al-Rahman, Religious and Political aspects of their confrontation (1843–1847), 6, 1–2, 1981, 27–35.

Danziger, Raphael, The British Consular reports as a source for Morocco’s internal history during the reign of Sidi Muhammad B. Abdallah, (1757–1790), 7, 5–6, 1982, 103–07.

Davies, Howard M., The role of surplus in the process of development and its impact on urbanism, The case of Tunisia, 3, 5–6, 1978, 23–31.

Davies, Howard M., Urbanism, The use of surplus in the spatgal organisation on Tunis, 3, 9, 1978, 21–26.

Davis, John, Politics in Libya: An election to Popular committees, 5, 5–6, 1980, 99–103.

Davis, Ruth, Modern Trends in the ‘Arab-Andalusian’ Music of Tunisia, 11, 2–4, 1986, 58–63.

Davis, Ruth, Some Relations Between Three Piyytim from Djerba and Three Arabic Songs, 11, 5–6, 1986, 134–44.

Davis, Ruth, Tunisia and the Cairo Congress of Arab Music, 1932, 18, 1–2, 1993, 135–44.

Deeb, Mary-Jane, Libya’s Economic Development 1961–86; Social and Political Implications, 12, 1–2, 1987, 1–8.

Déjeux, Jean, Bibliographie Selective de la Littérature Maghrébine de langue Française, 9, 3–4, 1984, 93–9.

Dine, Philip, Thinking the unthinkable: The generation of meaning in French literary and cinema images of the algerian War, 19, 1–2, 1994, 123–32.

Dodd, Clement, The Eastern Mediterranean: Turkey, Greece and Cyprus, 31, 1–2, 2006, 71–9.

Droz, Bernard, Les catholiques Français face à la décolonisation, 19, 1–2, 1994, 23–33.

Dugas, Guy, Politique Berbère et Littérature Berbériste au Maroc Colonial. Maurice Le Glay et Marie Barrère-Affre, 10, 2–3, 1985, 62–67.

Durani, L., Tension and role conflict in the Tunisian family, 2, 3, 1977, 13–17.

Duranti, Andrea, Breaking Silence in the “Language of the Other”: the Depiction of the Algerian Civil War in the Works of Assia Djebar, Leila Marouane and Malika Mokeddem, 36, 1, 59–78.