- Title Pages
- Tables and Figures
- The Contributors
- Introduction The Long 1890s in Egypt
- 1 Documenting Death
- 2 The Scales of Public Utility
- 3 Training Teachers How to Teach
- 4 Legitimising Lay and State Authority
- 5 Criminal Statistics in the Long 1890s
- 6 Anomalous Egypt? Rethinking Egyptian Sovereignty at the Western Periphery
- 7 Regulating Sexuality
- 8 Internationalist Thought, Local Practice
- 9 Cromer’s Assault on ‘Internationalism’
- 10 ‘And I Saw No Reason to Chronicle My Life’
- 11 My Sister Esther
- 12 Romances of History
- 13 Before Qasim Amin
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