- Title Pages
- Notes on Contributors
- 1 Introduction
- 2 Gertrude Bell and the Ottoman Empire
- 3 A Critical Examination of Gertrude Bell’s Contribution to Archaeological Research in Central Asia Minor
- 4 ‘Better than Any Ruined Site in the World’: Gertrude Bell and the Ancient City of Assur
- 5 What Gertrude Bell Did for Islamic Archaeology
- 6 Gertrude Bell: Pioneer, Anti-Suffragist, Feminist Icon?
- 7 Fragments of a Mirror: The Writing of Gertrude Bell
- 8 Gertrude Bell’s Perception of Faisal I of Iraq and the Anglo-Arab Romance
- 9 Gertrude Bell and the Formation of the Iraqi State: The Kurdish Dimension
- 10 Gertrude Bell and the Antiquities Law of Iraq
- 11 Gertrude Bell and the Evolution of the Library Tradition in Iraq
- 12 Gertrude Bell in the Archive of the Iraq Museum
- In Memoriam Gertrude Margaret Lowthian Bell (14 July 1868–12 July 1926)
- Gertrude Bell and Iraq
- Paul Collins, Charles Tripp
- British Academy
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