Syrian Brides

Download or Read eBook Syrian Brides PDF written by Anna Halabi and published by Petra Books. This book was released on 2019-07-13 with total page 182 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle.
Syrian Brides

Book Synopsis Syrian Brides by : Anna Halabi

This captivating collection offers insights into the lives of Syrian brides-to-be and married women. With warmth and humor, the stories reveal the oppression found in Syrian society, and raise issues such as domestic violence. Second edition with three new stories.

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  • Publisher – Petra Books
  • Total Pages – 182
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Syrian Wives

Download or Read eBook Syrian Wives PDF written by Anna Halabi and published by Independently Published. This book was released on 2021-01-11 with total page 134 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle.
Syrian Wives

Book Synopsis Syrian Wives by : Anna Halabi

Provocative. Hilarious. Endearing.Another collection of amusing stories by Anna Halabi.Syrian Wives is the sequel to her debut collection Syrian Brides. The stories and characters in this collection are inspired by her personal experiences, as well as those of her relatives and friends.

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  • Publisher – Independently Published
  • Total Pages – 134
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  • ISBN-10 – 9798634323077
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Syrian Brides

Download or Read eBook Syrian Brides PDF written by Anna Halabi and published by . This book was released on 2019-10-15 with total page 180 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle.
Syrian Brides

Book Synopsis Syrian Brides by : Anna Halabi

Syrian Brides by Anna Halabi has been voted to the top of several lists on GoodReads.com including Best Short Stories Collections, Best Feminist Fiction and Best Kindle Unlimited Books. This extended edition of Syrian Brides is a collection of fourteen short stories offering insight into the lives of Syrian women, both the married and the brides-to-be. It reveals the warmth and humor as well as the oppression in the Syrian society. The stories make the reader laugh while addressing serious issues such as domestic violence.

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  • Total Pages – 180
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  • ISBN-10 – 1700087681
  • ISBN-13 – 9781700087683

Performing Memories

Download or Read eBook Performing Memories PDF written by Gabriele Biotti and published by Cambridge Scholars Publishing. This book was released on 2021-04-26 with total page 439 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle.
Performing Memories

Book Synopsis Performing Memories by : Gabriele Biotti

What is memory today? How can it be approached? Why does the contemporary world seem to be more and more haunted by different types of memories still asking for elaboration? Which artistic experiences have explored and defined memory in meaningful ways? How do technologies and the media have changed it? These are just some of the questions developed in this collection of essays analysing memory and memory shapes, which explores the different ways in which past time and its elaboration have been, and still are, elaborated, discussed, written or filmed, and contested, but also shared. By gathering together scholars from different fields of investigation, this book explores the cultural, social and artistic tensions in representing the past and the present, in understanding our legacies, and in approaching historical time and experience. Through the analysis of different representations of memory, and the investigation of literature, anthropology, myth and storytelling, a space of theories and discourses about the symbolic and cultural spaces of memory representation is developed.

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  • Publisher – Cambridge Scholars Publishing
  • Total Pages – 439
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  • ISBN-10 – 9781527568921
  • ISBN-13 – 152756892X

Community, Change and Border Towns

Download or Read eBook Community, Change and Border Towns PDF written by H. Pınar Şenoğuz and published by Routledge. This book was released on 2018-08-06 with total page 200 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle.
Community, Change and Border Towns

Book Synopsis Community, Change and Border Towns by : H. Pınar Şenoğuz

This book provides an interdisciplinary approach to power, inclusion/exclusion and hierarchy in a Turkish border town, with a focus on the impact of nation-state border on social stratification and change. Through the lens of ethnographic research and oral history, the book explores social mobility among various strata within the context of transition from Ottoman rule to the Republican regime, in order to reveal culturally informed strategies of border dwellers in coming to grips with new border contexts. It is suggested that the border perspective will move the social analysis beyond "methodological territorialism" and provide a theoretical framework that explores social change at the intersection of local, national and transnational processes. This book will appeal to readers interested in borders and circulations, social structure and power relations in border regions, as well as transnational shadow networks in the Turkish/Middle Eastern context. The book is a valuable resource for students and scholars of border anthropology, political and economic geography, studies of globalization and transnationalism, anthropology of illegality and Turkish and Middle Eastern studies. It will be a useful grounding for humanitarian professionals who are learning about the social and economic landscape of border towns.

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  • Publisher – Routledge
  • Total Pages – 200
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  • ISBN-10 – 9780429941375
  • ISBN-13 – 0429941374