- Title Pages
- Preface and Acknowledgments
- Note on Translation and Transliteration
Chapter 1The Beginnings of the Humanitarian Era in the Eastern Mediterranean
Chapter 2The Humanitarian Imagination and the Year of the Locust
Chapter 3The Form and Content of Suffering
Chapter 4“America’s Wards”
Chapter 5The League of Nations Rescue of Trafficked Women and Children and the Paradox of Modern Humanitarianism, 1920–1936
Chapter 6Between Refugee and Citizen
Chapter 7Modern Humanitarianism’s Troubled Legacies, 1927–1948
- Select Bibliography
- Bread from Stones
- University of California Press
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