A faculty member at Columbia since 1986, Lisa Anderson is described in her biography as "one of this country's most eminent scholars of the Middle East and North Africa." But Anderson is the author of one book, The State and Social Transformation in Tunisia and Libya, 1830-1980, and only an editor, co-editor, or contributor of articles to other books. Most recently, she was one of the four co-editors of The Origins of Arab Nationalism, with Rashid Khalidi, Muhammad Muslim, and Reeva S. Simon


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