you might also want to look at the classic response to Said's Orientalism by
the Syrian philosopher al-Azm,
S.J. al-Azm, "Orientalism and orientalism in reverse", in Journal of
Revolutionary Socialists of the Middle East, Vol. 8 (1981), 5-26
On 19.7.2002 10:12, "Shane Mulligan" wrote:
> Hi Mohamed - I recall running into an essay on this in
> Paul Bove's work; either in _Mastering Discourse_ or
> _Intellectuals in Power_. He has also edited a book on
> Said (Duke UP, 2000) that almost surely addresses
> Foucault alongside. Good luck.
> --- Mohamed Gad <mohgad@xxxxxxxxx> wrote: >
>> I was just reading Said's published interviews and
>> came across an interesting bit about the relation of
>> his thought to Foucault's. Could anyone please refer
>> me to some works comparing/discussing both
>> and Said's work??
>> Thank you,
>> Mohamed Gad
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