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Dear All: The Syrian Studies Association is pleased to announce the publication of the Fall 2012 Syrian Studies Association Bulletin, with contributions from a range of scholars. 17 (2) 2012: Syria: Past, Present, and Future Table of Contents Letter from the President Syrian Studies Association News SSA-Sponsored Events and Syria-Related Papers at MESA 2012 Zayde Antrim Feature Articles Buq'at Dau' (Spotlight) Part 9 (2012): Tanfis (Airing), a Democratic Facade, Delayed Retribution, and Artistic Craftiness Rebecca Joubin Modernization, Communal Space and Inter-confessional Conflicts in 19th century Damascus anais massot To Protest or not to Protest? The Christian Predicament in the Syrian Uprising Salma Mousa “Syria Love”: Watching Syrian Propaganda in Iraq Edith Szanto “Our Real Educated People:” Neoliberalism and Syria’s New Elites Mandy Terc Field Notes The Remnants of the Assad Regime Radwan Ziadeh Book Reviews Review of Kürt Tarihi (The Kurdish History) magazine Ahmet Serdar Akturk Samar Yazbek. A Woman in the Crossfire, Diaries of the Syrian Revolution. Translated by Max Weiss. London: Haus Publishing, 2012. 269 pgs. Alexa Firat Negotiating Influence: The Economy, Security Apparatus, and the Assad Regime Karam Dana To access this issue of the Bulletin, please visit https://ojcs.siue.edu/ojs/index.php/ssa/issue/current. Please also note that we welcome submissions for future issues and are always eager for book reviewers. Please feel free to contact me directly for more information. Andrea L Stanton University of Denver email@example.com