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James Aldridge. Cairo. Little, Brown. 1969. 370pp.

Nezar AlSayyad; Irene A. Bierman; Nasser Rabbat (editors). Making Cairo Medieval. Lexington Books. 2005. 266pp.

Andrew Beattie. Cairo: A Cultural and Literary History. Signal Books. 2004. 256pp.

Doris Behrens-Abouseif. Islamic Architecture in Cairo: An Introduction. E. J. Brill. 1992. 174pp.

Artemis Cooper. Cairo in the War, 1939-1945. Penguin Books. 1995. 370pp.

Evelyn A. Early. Baladi Women of Cairo: Playing with an Egg and a Stone. Lynne Rienner Publishers. 1993. 217pp.

Heba Aziz El-Kholy. Defiance and Compliance: Negotiating Gender in Low-Income Cairo. Berghahn Books. 2002. 265pp.

Farha Ghannam. Remaking the Modern: Space, Relocation, and the Politics of Identity in a Global Cairo. University of California Press. 2002. 214pp.

Pascale Ghazaleh. Masters of the Trade: Crafts and Craftspeople in Cairo, 1750-1850. American University in Cairo Press. 1999. 151pp.

Maria Golia. Cairo: City of Sand. Reaktion Books. 2004. 224pp.

Niloofar Haeri. The Sociolinguistic Market of Cairo: Gender, Class, and Education. Columbia University Press. 1997. 271pp.

Chafika Hamamsy. Zamalek: The Changing Life of a Cairo Elite, 1850-1945. American University in Cairo Press. 2005. 336pp.

Homa Hoodfar. Between Marriage and the Market: Intimate Politics and Survival in Cairo. University of California Press. 1997. 302pp.

Stanley Lane-Poole. Cairo: Sketches of Its History, Monuments, and Social Life. London: J. S. Virtue. 1898. 334pp. 3rd Edition.

Arlene Elowe MacLeod. Accommodating Protest: Working Women, the New Veiling, and Change in Cairo. Columbia University Press. 1993. 232pp.

Trevor Mostyn. Egypt's Belle Epoque: Cairo and the Age of the Hedonists. Tauris Parke. 2006. 216pp.

Andre Raymond. Translated by Willard Wood. Cairo. Harvard University Press. 2002. 448pp.

Max Rodenbeck. Cairo: The City Victorious. Vintage Books. 2000. 300pp.

Paula Sanders. Ritual, Politics, and the City in Fatimid Cairo. SUNY Press. 1994. 231pp.

Paula Sanders. Creating Medieval Cairo: Empire, Religion, and Architectural Preservation in Nineteenth-Century Egypt. American University in Cairo Press. 2007. 216pp.

Boaz Shoshan. Popular Culture in Medieval Cairo. Cambridge University Press. 2002. 164pp.

Diane Singerman; Homa Hoodfar (editors). Development, Change, and Gender in Cairo: A View from the Household. Indiana University Press. 1996. 195pp.

Diane Singerman; Paul Amar (editors). Cairo Cosmopolitan: Politics, Culture, and Urban Space in the New Globalized Middle East. American University in Cairo Press. 2006. 542pp.

Diane Singerman. Avenues of Participation: Family, Politics, and Networks in Urban Quarters of Cairo. Princeton University Press. 1996. 358pp.

Susan Jane Staffa. Conquest and Fusion: The Social Evolution of Cairo, AD 642-1850. E. J. Brill. 1977. 449pp.

Unni Wikan. Tomorrow, God Willing: Self-Made Destinies in Cairo. University of Chicago Press. 1996. 333pp.

Richard Yeomans. The Art and Architecture of Islamic Cairo. Garnet & Ithaca Press. 2006. 274pp.

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