• OHTA Keiko
    The Meccan Sharifate and Diplomatic Relations in the Bahri Mamluk Period. (in English) 1-20.

  • EGWA Hikari; Ilhan SAHIN
    The Yagci Bedir Yürüks. (in English) 21-31.

  • Khairy Douma
    The Autobiographical Novel: Mode and Genre (A Readings in Some Recent Novels Written by Young Egyptian Women).(in English) 33-57.

  • El-Shazly, Ali Essam
    Comparative Study on the Chronological Development of Foreign Settlements in Alexandria, Egypt, and Shanghai, China. (in English) 59-96.

  • NISHINO Masami
    The Social Theory of Sayyid Qutb. (in Japanese) 97-121.

    Rashid Rida and the Syrian Independence Movement in the Interwar Period. (in Japanese) 123-153.

  • KIGA Kosuke
    Amaliyyat al-ta'rib li-Misr wa munaqashat hawl al-umma al-arabiyya: qabla thawr 23 yuliu. (in Japanese) 155-179.

  • MIO Makoto
    Hidden Palestinian Issue; A Case of Refugee Camps and UNRWA Schools in Lebanon. (in Japanese) 181-200.

  • IGARASHI Daisuke
    The Commercial Court in the Ottoman Damascus: An Intruduction to the Commercial Court Registers in the Center of Historical Documents in Damascus. (in Japanese) 201-224.

No.17-2(2002) Special Issue Middle Eastern and Islamic Studies in Japan (all in English)

  • Preface by KATO Hiroshi 1-2

  • ITAGAKI Yuzo
    Islamic Studies in Japan's Specific Relationship with the Middle East. 3-16

  • SATO Tsugitaka
    Islamic and Middle Eastern Studies in Japan since 1945. 17-32

  • MANO Eiji
    Retrospect and Future Issues in Inner Asian Studies. 33-44

  • MIURA Toru
    The Past and Present of Islamic and Middle Eastern Studies in Japan: Using the Bibliography of Islamic and Middle Eastern Studies in Japan 1868-1988. 45-60

    Social Scientific Research on the Middle East in Japan: Focusing on Research Activities at the Institute of Developing Economies."61-92

  • SUGITA Hideaki
    Moth and Candle: An Allegorical Motif in Comparative Perspective. 93-130