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    Sociology
    Deathm Emotion, Gender and Identity in Greece
    The article examines emotion and identity in connection with Greek death cult in an attempt to clarify certain political phenomena in the Mediterranean area. The cult of the dead is a common cultural pattern in the area. Why is this cult so persistent? What is death cult and how does it manifest itself? The article delves into its lasting importance in the Greek part of the cultural area, where the author has conducted several periods of fieldwork. To illustrate the persistence of this cultural pattern, the characteristic aspects connected with death cult in Greek tradition are discussed: The comparison is based on festivals, which are dedicated to deceased persons and domestic death rituals combined with ancient sources. Based on them an analytical survey of the relationship between the death cult dedicated to deceased mediators in ancient and modern society, as it is manifested through laments, burials and the following memorial rituals is made. The modern domestic rituals people perform for their own dead influence the official ideological rituals, and vice versa, the domestic rituals reflect public performances. A study of modern cult practices reveals many parallels with the official cult of the ancients, and suggests ways in which modern rituals can throw new light upon the ancient rituals and vice versa. The article seeks to demonstrate how new ideologies must adjust to older rituals and beliefs and how public and domestic rituals are connected. The article finally suggests how these similarities might represent a common way of expression within a larger context in which the Mediterranean cultural meaning of emotion is central.?
    Keyword: Modern and Ancient Greece, Death Cult, Death Rituals, Gender, Laments. Burials, Gifts, Communication
    Author: Evy Johanne H?land
    Poblication Year: 2014
    Language: English
    Country: Greece
    Institute: Institute For Mediterranean Studies
    European History
    Opposing Hegemony
    Greek and Indian tradition share several common features. Many of them come from an ancestral relationship, others are historically or structurally motivated. This paper analyzes two female heroines in two dramas who oppose a higher will, Antigone in Sophocles
    Keyword: Tyrannical, Gods, Divine, Human(s), Significant Names, Nature, Law, Worship, Conflicting Ideologies, Tradition, Necessity
    Author: Andreas L. Katonis
    Poblication Year: 2014
    Language: English
    Country: Greece
    Institute: Institute For Mediterranean Studies
    Politics/Diplomatic Science
    Dreaming the -Great Sea-
    This essay focuses on the European tradition of utopian discourses on the Mediterranean as a space where religious, ethnic, and cultural differences could be reconciled as well as a region conducive to more humanistic relationships. The author traces the emergence of this discourse in selected texts spanning from the 19th century to the contemporary period, contextualizing them against a background that witnessed the early colonial encroachment of France, the imperialism of the interwar era, and the post-Cold war period. Among the texts considered are writings by the followers of the utopian socialism of Saint-Simon, the cultural production of the authors gravitating around Cahiers du Sud and the Centre Universitaire M?diterran?en, and contemporary Continental philosophers. Often harking back to earlier discourses on the Mediterranean formulated during the interwar, these philosophers revisit the region as a space of legacies and forms of knowledge to counter the totalizing assumptions of post-Maastricht Europe. The essay concludes by considering the reception on this utopian Western discourse on the part of Arab and Islamic commentators.?
    Keyword: Mediterraean Utopia, Colonialism,
    Author: Norma Bouchard
    Poblication Year: 2014
    Language: English
    Country: Mediterranean
    Institute: Institute For Mediterranean Studies
    Human Geography
    A Matrix for Mediterranean (Area) Studies
    The multipolar, dynamic and heterogeneous Mediterranean area is an object of analysis in different disciplines. The French historian Fernand Braudel developed one of the most comprehensive scientific approaches, defining the Mediterranean as a space of unity and coherence, with a long-term continuity (longue dur?e). Studies in political science, especially in international relations (IR), have been limited to debates between schools of thought, explaining global challenges, or using local case studies for theoretical testing. Work in area studies has been reduced to (comparative) analysis of local specificities. The fundamental changes within the societies of the Southern and Eastern Mediterranean provoked by the uprisings since the end of 2010 call for new scientific approaches in Mediterranean Studies. By combining IR and area studies, and by simultaneously analysing large-scale developments (macro) and smaller, local, sub-regional developments (micro), we can not only explore the interdisciplinary dynamics in social sciences, but also place the Mediterranean area within the international system, and deepen our knowledge about its specificities at the same time.?
    Keyword: Mediterranean Studies, Area Studies, Arab Spring, Euro-Mediterranean Relations, Interdisciplinarity
    Author: Isabel Sch?fer
    Poblication Year: 2014
    Language: English
    Country: Mediterranean
    Institute: Institute For Mediterranean Studies
    Women
    A Hybrid Face: the Franco-Maghrebi Stardom of Sami Bouajila
    The idealised embodiments of national identity have been represented by film stars throughout the history of cinema. However, stars are increasingly becoming the site of cross-cultural contestations in the globalised and transnational film industry. Since the 1990s, French cinema has witnessed an unprecedented surge of actors of Maghrebi origin, offering a challenge to the traditional modes of representation. This article explores the phenomenon of Franco-Maghrebi stardom, with a view to establishing Sami Bouajila as a new type of transnational star. Embodying positive images of integration, he has evolved from a proto-son searching for a father(land) in French society, towards a more mature stardom incorporating at once Arabic heritage and French identity. To articulate these aspects of his stardom, this article will particularly focus on the case study of Dr?le de F?lix, a Bouajila vehicle that opens up a greater readiness to accept a hybrid identity with ties to both France and North Africa in a contemporary context.?
    Keyword: French cinema, Stardom, Sami Bouajila, Maghrebi, Dr?le de F?lix
    Author: Eun-Jee Park
    Poblication Year: 2014
    Language: English
    Country: France
    Institute: Institute For Mediterranean Studies
    European History
    Travel Books and Urban Identity. British Travellers in Messina, 1770-1815
    Patrick Brydone
    Keyword: Messina, British travellers, Grand Tour, Sicily, Mediterranean urban identities
    Author: Diletta D-Andrea
    Poblication Year: 2014
    Language: English
    Country: Italy
    Institute: Institute For Mediterranean Studies
    Anthropology
    Horse, Bow and Arrow
    An often discussed group of artefacts are the so-called
    Keyword: Scythians, Arrowheads, Early Iron Age, Greece, Northern Pontic
    Author: Anja Hellmuth
    Poblication Year: 2014
    Language: English
    Country: Mediterranean
    Institute: Institute For Mediterranean Studies
    Sociology
    Global Civil Society and the Egyptian 2011 Uprising
    The Arab Spring refers to the series of mass uprisings that swept the Arab world in December 2010 and beyond. It resulted in regime changes and mass domestic turmoil across the region. Several factors have been used to account for the Arab Spring, such as domestic despotism and corruption, the impact of social media, and external pressures. This article purports to assess the transnational dimension of the Arab Spring through an examination of the role of global civil society, represented in international human rights groups, in the march toward the Egyptian January 2011 uprising.?
    Keyword: Global Civil Society, Egyptian Uprising, Boomerang Effect, Human, Rights, Democracy, Networking
    Author: Gamal M. Selim
    Poblication Year: 2014
    Language: English
    Country: Mediterranean
    Institute: Institute For Mediterranean Studies
    Sociology
    The Myth of the -New Phoenicians-
    Most previous studies have assumed the following hypothesis: the Lebanese diaspora continues to have strong attachments to the homeland based on close networks of personal connections, and almost all Lebanese have a strong interest in foreign countries through such networks. That is why the Lebanese have come to be commonly known as the
    Keyword: Lebanese Diaspora, Migration, Economic Polarization, Opinion Poll
    Author: Masaki Mizobuchi
    Poblication Year: 2013
    Language: English
    Country: Lebanon
    Institute: Institute For Mediterranean Studies
    Greek Literature
    Cultural Diversity in Greek Religion
    The Anastenaria festival is celebrated in the village of Agia Elen? in Greek Macedonia in May. The main ritual during the festival is the ecstatic dance over red-hot coals by people who are possessed by their saint. Thus, the festival presents a ritual, which in many ways is in opposition to the official Orthodox religion. A particular theme in the festival, which has been compared with ancient sources, is the
    Keyword: Cultrual Diversity, Greek Religion, Festivals, Gender, Modern and Ancient Greece, Wedding
    Author: Evy Johanne H?land
    Poblication Year: 2013
    Language: English
    Country: Greece
    Institute: Institute For Mediterranean Studies
    Science of Religion
    Staging the Extraordinary Emergence of Divine Entities in the Daily Life of a Visionary House in Beirut
    Catherine, a Maronite resident of Nab-a (Beirut), married and the mother of three children, claims that for the past twenty years she has
    Keyword: Beirut, rituals, saints, visionary, miracles
    Author: Nour Farra-Haddad
    Poblication Year: 2013
    Language: English
    Country: Lebanon
    Institute: Institute For Mediterranean Studies
    Sociology
    Civil Soceity Activities in Turkey
    The democratization and stability of the Muslim world are two of the most crucial issues facing the world, especially after so called
    Keyword: Tureky, Hizmet Movement, Arab Spring, Civil Society Activities, Faith-based organizations
    Author: Idiris Danismaz
    Poblication Year: 2013
    Language: English
    Country: Turkey
    Institute: Institute For Mediterranean Studies
    Sociology
    Naming People
    This paper examines the representation resulting from forenames, surnames and nickname practices. The paper provides an ethnographic analysis of naming practices as an everyday experience for the people of Gogofis, an Arvanite/Greek village in Attica, which is an hour
    Keyword: Greece, Albania, Arvanites, Naming, Identity
    Author: Simeon S. Magliveras
    Poblication Year: 2013
    Language: English
    Country: Greece
    Institute: Institute For Mediterranean Studies
    European History
    Away from Home
    The article aims to investigate the phenomenon of the so-called Greek colonization within the Mediterranean, beginning in the 8th century BC, from a neutral angle as a migration process. A framework for the identification of migrations in prehistoric or early historical contexts developed by S. Burmeister and based upon the synthesis of several studies dealing with migration movements is applied to the concrete case of Greek colonization in Sicily. It can be demonstrated that a number of commonly discussed aspects of the phenomenon are readily understandable through comparison with frequently occurring migration patterns. Moreover the application of the framework highlights those research fields which need more attention in order to understand the movement in all its depth. Furthermore the observation of the Greek migration through the applied framework makes it clear that essential information will not be found in the destination area but in the region and society from where the movement started.?
    Keyword: Greek colonization, migration, Sicily, Early Iron Age, Greece
    Author: Sebatian M?ller
    Poblication Year: 2013
    Language: English
    Country: Greece
    Institute: Institute For Mediterranean Studies
    Etc Humanities Science
    The -Happiness Academy-
    Since 2003 and the human cloning scandal, the Raelian movement, a small organization but one known all over the world, has been particularly active in the media, on the Internet and on the international stage. Their -Happiness Academy-, organized in mid-summer in Slovenia in order to highlight the life of the movement, is a singular religious manifestation, bringing together Raelians from all over Europe around their prophet, Claude Vorilhon, alias Rael. First, this study analyses the results of a survey, conducted during this Raelian training in Lendava in 2010, and in Strunjan in 2011. It emphasizes all the efficiency of an Internet marketing strategy and the uniqueness of an event that represents both a relaxing holiday and a religious gathering. The researcher also questions the reasons for choosing these two sites and Slovenia from a transnational geographic, economic and juridical point of view (imprisonment for the act of -apology for human cloning- is practiced in some European countries like France). Second, the study focuses on the ephemeral, sacred side of the event but also on the originality of the experience and the practices that the Happiness Academy conducts, for example the sensual meditation and the worship rather subtly maintained around the -prophet- Rael and the Elohim (aliens supposed to have created the world). Finally, the researcher makes reference to the exploitation of the Internet by the Raelian movement, not only for the promotion of this event but also for an overall strategy based on the strengths of religious tourism (particularly when the organization targets states that could sell their land to build the embassy welcoming the Elohim when they come to earth).?
    Keyword: Raelian movement, new religion, religious tourism, marketing, Slovenia, Happiness Academy
    Author: Francois Xavier Bauduin
    Poblication Year: 2013
    Language: English
    Country: Slovenia
    Institute: Institute For Mediterranean Studies
    Politics/Diplomatic Science
    Antonio Gramsci-s Political Philosophy and European Integration
    This paper reviews competing contemporary perspectives on the political philosophy of Antonio Gramsci and relates them to the analysis of European integration today. The first part of the paper looks at the different conceptualizations of Gramsci
    Keyword: Antonio Gramsci, Hegemony, Philosophy of Praxis, Marxism, Italian History, European Regional Integration
    Author: Eduardo Zachary Albrecht
    Poblication Year: 2013
    Language: English
    Country: Italy
    Institute: Institute For Mediterranean Studies
    International Trade
    State Intervention in the Grain Trade of Malta (16th-20th Century)
    The article aims to investigate the phenomenon of the so-called Greek colonization within the Mediterranean, beginning in the 8th century BC, from a neutral angle as a migration process. A framework for the identification of migrations in prehistoric or early historical contexts developed by S. Burmeister and based upon the synthesis of several studies dealing with migration movements is applied to the concrete case of Greek colonization in Sicily. It can be demonstrated that a number of commonly discussed aspects of the phenomenon are readily understandable through comparison with frequently occurring migration patterns. Moreover the application of the framework highlights those research fields which need more attention in order to understand the movement in all its depth. Furthermore the observation of the Greek migration through the applied framework makes it clear that essential information will not be found in the destination area but in the region and society from where the movement started.?
    Keyword: Malta, Sicily, Grain Trade, British Colony,
    Author: Carmel Cassar
    Poblication Year: 2013
    Language: English
    Country: Malta
    Institute: Institute For Mediterranean Studies
    Art & Physical Education
    Ashdod Ware Found at Khirbet Qeiyafa and Its Implications for Understanding the Tradition of Philistine Decorated Pottery
    This paper aims to present Ashdod Ware newly found at Khirbet Qeiyafa in the 2009-2010 seasons and to examine its implications for understanding the tradition of Philistine decorated pottery. Based on the Ashdod Ware found at Khirbet Qeiyafa, I argue that 1) Ashdod Ware can be subdivided into two phases: Ashdod Ware I and Ashdod Ware II, and 2) the decorated ceramic tradition of the Philistines from Iron Age I to Iron Age IIB (12th - 8th century BCE) can be subdivided into four different phases and can be understood as a battleship curve rather than as sequential (contra Ben-Shlomo et al. 2004). In addition, I tried to figure out the distribution of archaeological sites revealing Ashdod Ware I: it was first known only in Philistia and the Negev in the second half of the 11th century BCE and later it expanded to the north (Jezreel Valley and Beth Shean Valley) and to the east (Central Highlands) in the 10th century BCE.?
    Keyword: Pottery, Philistine decorated pottery, Iron Age, Ashdod Ware
    Author: Hoo-Goo Kang
    Poblication Year: 2013
    Language: English
    Country: Mediterranean
    Institute: Institute For Mediterranean Studies
    Women
    Labor Participation of Arab Women in Israe
    The low employment rate among Israeli Arab women has significant economic and social consequences for the Arab community in general and Arab women in particular. This study estimates the factors that affect the participation rate of Arab women in the Israeli labor force compared to that of Jewish women. Four categories of factors are identified: demographic and human capital characteristics, social and cultural norms, household characteristics and government policy on labor markets. Based on the results of the estimation, which helps to identify the key barriers to Arab women
    Keyword: Arab women, cost-benefit analysis, employment encouragement programs, professional training programs
    Author: Doron Lavee
    Poblication Year: 2013
    Language: English
    Country: Israel
    Institute: Institute For Mediterranean Studies
    Italian Literature
    Italo-Maltese Relations(ca. 1150 -1936)
    During the Middle Ages, politically Malta forms part of the administration in Sicily, with the effective capital of Malta being Palermo. Rebel communities of Italians are exiled to Malta, whilst rebel residents of Malta are exiled to Italy. With the arrival of the Knights of St. John and the adoption of the Tuscan variant of Italian as the language of the administration, the contacts with mainland Italy increase: in the course of the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries we not only have the Maltese intelligentsia producing literary compositions in Italian but we also find an influx of Italian artists and architects flocking to Malta and influencing the tastes and the training of the Maltese. In the eighteenth century we encounter the first grammars and dictionaries of the Maltese language. The nineteenth century witnesses the presence in Malta of the Italian Risorgimento exiles who spread the ideals of nationalism and romanticism amongst Maltese writers, politicians and intellectuals. However, the ascent of fascism in Italy in 1922 leads to the elimination of Italian as an official language of Malta in 1936, whilst Italy
    Keyword: Malta, Italy, Culture, Literature, Language
    Author: Arnold Cassola
    Poblication Year: 2012
    Language: English
    Country: Malta
    Institute: Institute For Mediterranean Studies
    Italian Literature
    The Italian Labor Market: An Appraisal of the 2003
    This article looks at the major historical developments in the Italian labor market, with specific attention given to the
    Keyword: Biagi Law, White Paper on the Labor Market, Italian labor law, Labor Market Flexibility, European Employment Strategy
    Author: Eduardo Zachary Albrecht
    Poblication Year: 2012
    Language: English
    Country: Italy
    Institute: Institute For Mediterranean Studies
    European History
    The Battle Standard (Flag) with the Image of the Immaculate Conception
    When maritime communications lacked the sophisticated technologies of today, seafarers had to conceive signals so that they could communicate with each other at sea. Flags were one aspect of the code language in use during early modern times all over the Mediterranean Sea. Flags were not only used to denote the nationality or religion of the owner of the vessel but also as signals, in particular when ships sailed in convoy or squadron formation. A successful encounter at sea depended on good coordination. For this reason, a particular flag was devised to be used in time of battle. It was known as the battle standard, and was raised to signal the beginning of combat. This article focuses on this particular flag and explores its use by both Christians and Muslims. Particular reference is made to the battle flags used by the Knights of Malta. The General of the Knights
    Keyword: Battle Standard, Immaculate Conception, Corsairing, Knights of Malta, Signals Flags
    Author: Simon Mercieca
    Poblication Year: 2012
    Language: English
    Country: Malta
    Institute: Institute For Mediterranean Studies
    Science of Religion
    Religious Roots of a Political Ideology
    Albeit overtly secular, Zionist ideology was inspired by religious thought. While traditional religions often supported the nationalist cause, the relationship of Judaism and Zionism is vastly different. Adepts of traditional Judaism immediately rejected Zionism, and this rejectionist attitude has not vanished to this day. On the other hand, Christian, mainly Protestant theologians had developed the idea of the ingathering of the Jews in the Holy Land several centuries prior to the first Zionist congress in 1897. This explains why the initially socialist oriented secular project of social transformation has undergone sacralization, becoming a focal point of Evangelical Christian Zionists. These Evangelical contributions to Zionism and the Zionist state must be taken into account in analyses of the State of Israel, its position in the modern Middle East and the policy-making of those countries where such Evangelical circles wield significant influence.?
    Keyword: Zionism, Christian Zionism, Israel, Judaism, Evangelical
    Author: Yakov M. Rabkin
    Poblication Year: 2012
    Language: English
    Country: Mediterranean
    Institute: Institute For Mediterranean Studies
    Italian Literature
    Literature in Trieste, Where the Frontier Disappeared
    I devote this paper to use the history of Trieste and its border to examine how representations of difference have affected the politics of sovereignty during the twentieth century. Focusing on the history of the
    Keyword: other, frontier, identity, Trieste, literature
    Author: KIM, Heejung
    Poblication Year: 2012
    Language: English
    Country: Italy
    Institute: Institute For Mediterranean Studies
    Etc language Literature
    Inventors of the First Alphabetic System
    During the Middle Bronze Age (1900-1500 BCE) some Asiatics, called Canaanites, who would have learned Egyptian writing, hieratic and hieroglyphic Egyptian scripts, left the earliest specimens of alphabetic writing. Yet they could reconstruct and remember the general form of the letters they had learned through the meaning of the names, on the basis of their acquaintance with Egyptian writing systems. The appearance of the alphabet is a remarkable advance in civilization, outdating the clumsy writing systems of the Near East. At the time of its creation, it was a practical expedient to counter the lack of a native writing system among Canaanites who had migrated to the Nile Delta as foreign workers. This new device was never regarded as an improvement or a replacement for the sophisticated systems of Egypt or Mesopotamia. No large scale writing or official use was involved at the time of its creation. The alphabetic system, however, enables ordinary people to read and write even the simplest of words and sentences and left far reaching consequences for human civilization.?
    Keyword: alphabet, hieroglyph, hieratic, Proto-Sinaitic, Wadi el-Hol, Serabit el-Khadem, Semites, acrophonic principle, disruptive innovation
    Author: BAE, Chulhyun
    Poblication Year: 2012
    Language: English
    Country: Mediterranean
    Institute: Institute For Mediterranean Studies
    European History
    An Archaeology of the Verticalist Mediterranean
    In modern Europe, the Mediterranean Sea has become an abridged or forgotten sea. At present, under the pressure of
    Keyword: Mediterranean, Europe, postcolonial thought, meridian thought, verticalism
    Author: Luigi Cazzato
    Poblication Year: 2012
    Language: English
    Country: Mediterranean
    Institute: Institute For Mediterranean Studies
    Economics
    Banking on Ethics vs the Ethos of Banking
    This paper will discuss the development of Islamic banking in the GCC as a concrete industry ? and not as a concept ? by looking at business practices from a practitioner
    Keyword: Islamic banking, Islamic finance, GCC, Ithmaar Bank, corporate governance
    Author: Kifah Salameh
    Poblication Year: 2012
    Language: English
    Country: Mediterranean
    Institute: Institute For Mediterranean Studies
    International Trade
    The Shipbuilding Industry and Trade Exchanges between the Kingdom of the Two Sicilies and the Countries of the Baltic and the Black Sea (1734-1861)
    This paper aims to explain the development of the Neapolitan fleet and of the shipyards of Naples and Castellammare, which played an important role in the overall social and political reorganization of Southern Italy. This area, which had become an independent kingdom in 1734, needed to create its own fleet and specific trade regulations and structures in order to become a legitimate part of the European political scene. When Charles of Bourbon occupied the kingdom of Naples in 1734, the situation was quite critical because it lacked the infrastructure and the fleet had been destroyed. When Charles became king of Spain in 1759, King Ferdinand decided to call admiral John Acton to come to Naples to reorganize the Navy: so for the new 74-gun vessels Acton decided to build a new royal shipyard in Castellammare. And this shipyard was reorganized in the second part of the Bourbon reign (1815 - 1861) for the construction of new steamships.?
    Keyword: shipyard of Castellammare, 74 and 80-gun vessels, steamships, guns of Sweden, masts of Riga (Russie)
    Author: Maria Sirago
    Poblication Year: 2012
    Language: English
    Country: Italy
    Institute: Institute For Mediterranean Studies
    Spanish Literature
    Written Heritage in The Mediterranean
    Studies of written heritage have been encouraged during the last years in Europe. They have recently introduced new fields of study within its methodology such as palaeography and codicology, mainly in cataloguing documents. Many libraries have been updated through new catalogues and editions of its manuscripts collections in different ancient languages. Other collections have been restored or inventoried by specialists. The research group devoted to the study of original texts in languages developed in the Mediterranean basin since antiquity is trying to contribute to this field. A survey on the studies carried out during the last years in the CSIC is here presented.
    Keyword: Manuscripts, written heritage, Mediterranean languages, codicology, palaeography
    Author: Ma Teresa Ortega-Monasterio
    Poblication Year: 2011
    Language: English
    Country: Spain
    Institute: Institute For Mediterranean Studies
    Spanish Literature
    Pedro I of Castile(1350-69)
    Pedro I of Castile ascended to the Castilian throne in 1350 at the age of fifteen following Alfonso XI
    Keyword: Pedro I of Castile, Anglo-Castilian Alliance, Edward Prince of Wales
    Author: Benjamin F. Taggie
    Poblication Year: 2011
    Language: English
    Country: Spain
    Institute: Institute For Mediterranean Studies
    Italian Literature
    Umberto Saba, between Nature and Divine Providence
    In all his literary production, Umberto Saba returns repeatedly to the problem of God and how he perceives its importance. Suspended between Jewish family roots, a Christian environment and a disengaged context, he ends up complying with the last one. He avoids every opportunity of joining the divinity that he needs, without giving of himself to it. We can read the
    Keyword: Iitalian literature, Mediterranean culture, God, Love, Christianity, Jewish
    Author: Giorgio Baroni
    Poblication Year: 2011
    Language: English
    Country: Italy
    Institute: Institute For Mediterranean Studies
    Greek Literature
    The Expansion of Mediterranean Judaism and the Synagogue at Delos
    This paper deals with the issue of the expansion of the Mediterranean Judaism in association with the Synagogue of Delos. After presenting in brief the expansion of the Jews in the Mediterranean Sea the research focuses on the history of the island of Delos and the presence of the Jews on it. The presence of the Jews on the island is associated with the building GD 80. The paper examines the question of the identification of the building as a synagogue focusing in elements as topography ? situation, chronology, inscriptions and secondary fittings or findings. It presents the various opinions of the scholars who dealt with the subject and attempted to testify if the building GD 80 is the oldest synagogue of the Diaspora. The paper proposes the examination of the synagogue of Delos in parallel with the synagogue of Ostia and those of the Diaspora and the comparison of it with the synagogues of the land of Palestine.
    Keyword: Expansion of Judaism, Delos, Synagogue, Diaspora
    Author: Christos G. Karagiannis
    Poblication Year: 2011
    Language: English
    Country: Greece
    Institute: Institute For Mediterranean Studies
    Greek Literature
    Homer as a Point of Departure
    Contrary to the view-current among certain critics-that it is only decorative, the epic simile, starting from Homer and carried on by Virgil and Milton, performs many functions, functions that help to make an epic what it is. In the development of the epic in general and of the epic simile in particular, Homer, Virgil, and Milton, three mainstream epic poets, were linked by a similar tradition and shared close affinities in the way they employed this rhetorical device. While drawing on the Homer-Virgil tradition, using the epic simile as Homer, Virgil, and Milton did, Dante in The Divine Comedy took Homer as a point of departure. This paper discusses what functions Dante
    Keyword: epic simile, the Iliad, the Odyssey, Paradise Lost, The Divine Comedy, slow-motion sequence, bulk, sublimity, anthropomorphic, ineffable
    Author: Laurence K. P. Wong
    Poblication Year: 2011
    Language: English
    Country: Greece
    Institute: Institute For Mediterranean Studies
    Tourism
    Moroccan Arrivals (Edith Wharton-s In Morocco)
    Abstract
    Keyword: Wharton, Morocco, colonialism, tourism, arrivant
    Author: John Culbert
    Poblication Year: 2011
    Language: English
    Country: Morocco
    Institute: Institute For Mediterranean Studies
    Greek Literature
    The Hymns to the Gods in Plato
    This article focuses on the place and importance of hymns to the Gods in Plato
    Keyword: Musicology, Hymnology, Politics, Legislation, Ethics
    Author: Thierry Grandjean
    Poblication Year: 2011
    Language: English
    Country: Greece
    Institute: Institute For Mediterranean Studies
    Turkish Literature
    Spatial Influence in the Meeting of Poet-Poetry and the Language of Cities
    Metin Turan, a contemporary Turkish poet, has concentrated on the relationship between the poet and space in his works. In his poetry collections entitled
    Keyword: Metin Turan, Poetry, Space, Identity, Environment
    Author: Medine S
    Poblication Year: 2011
    Language: English
    Country: Turkey
    Institute: Institute For Mediterranean Studies
    European History
    What Place Does the
    In Plato-s Republic, Socrates criticizes the poets who depicted the gods wrongly, as according to his concept of gods, hymns to them seem irrational, for gods are perfect in the best conditions. So it is noticeable that the description of the Ideas is very similar to that of gods, and that it is philosopher-rulers who can know the Ideas. Besides, the soul of a philosopherking is akin to the divine and to eternal being; therefore it can be said that gods and a philosopher
    Keyword: Hymn, God, Idea, Philosophy, Poet
    Author: KIM, Heon
    Poblication Year: 2011
    Language: English
    Country: Greece
    Institute: Institute For Mediterranean Studies
    European History
    The Ultimate Portraiture: God in Paradise Lost and in The Divine Comedy
    Arguably the two greatest poets of the Christian world, Milton and Dante have both written about God, respectively in Paradise Lost and in The Divine Comedy. Though equally influenced by the Bible and Christian thought and sharing many affinities, the two poets adopted different approaches in portraying the Supreme Being, a task that taxes the imaginative powers of the greatest of poets. While Milton
    Keyword: God, Milton, Paradise Lost, Dante, The Divine Comedy, Homer, Virgil, Anthropomorphism, Catch 22
    Author: Laurence K. P. Wong
    Poblication Year: 2011
    Language: English
    Country: Mediterranean
    Institute: Institute For Mediterranean Studies
    Women
    Women, Death and the Body in some of Plutarch
    This article focuses on some of Plutarch
    Keyword: Greek history, ancient and modern; Comparative approach; Women and gender-studies; Plutarch; Women; Death cult and Death-rituals; Body
    Author: Evy Johanne H?land
    Poblication Year: 2011
    Language: English
    Country: Greece
    Institute: Institute For Mediterranean Studies
    Science of Law
    The Judicial Punishment of Decalvatio in Visigothic Spain:
    The Visigothic judicial punishment known as decalvation has been widely studied for more than a century, yet there exists no general agreement concerning its exact nature. Scholars concur that decalvation involved a shameful mutilation of the head and hair, but there is disagreement about whether the punishment involved scalping or merely shaving one
    Keyword: Visigothic, Isidore, Jews, Decalvation, Law
    Author: Jace Crouch
    Poblication Year: 2010
    Language: English
    Country: Spain
    Institute: Institute For Mediterranean Studies
    Sociology
    The Italian Jewish Migration to Eretz Israel and the Birth of Italian Chalutz Movement
    This article analyzes the Italian Jewish
    Keyword: Italy, Jews, Zionism, Eretz Israel [Land of Israel],
    Author: Arturo Marzano
    Poblication Year: 2010
    Language: English
    Country: Italy
    Institute: Institute For Mediterranean Studies
    Sociology
    Discovering the Diversities of Indonesian Islam in Contemporary Cairo
    This paper tries to clarify activities of the Indonesian Azharis in contemporary Cairo focusing on (1) the interactions within the Indonesian communities and (2) their relationships with Egyptian society. Though hundreds of students from Indonesia has been flowing into the Azhar university little has been written on this issue. The paper clarified that (1) Indonesian students were reproducing their Indonesian lifestyles within the regional organizations. These geographic divides, however, were overcame by some extracurricular activities: publishing the periodics and discussions. Through these activities the students recognized diversities of Indonesian Islam. Simultaneously the paper depict that (2) while the majority of the students were weak to adapt with environment of Cairo, some students were willing to communicate with the society. It can be pointed out that both experiences fostered their nation identity as Indonesian. It is in Cairo that Indonesian students recognize the diversities of Indonesian Islam and enhance their national identity.?
    Keyword: Diversities, Indonesian Islam, Studying Abroad, Azhar University in Cairo, Area Studies
    Author: KINOSHITA, Hiroko
    Poblication Year: 2010
    Language: English
    Country: Mediterranean
    Institute: Institute For Mediterranean Studies
    Women
    Greek Women, Power and the Body
    Based on studies in ancient Greek sources, mainly produced by men, combined with results from fieldwork carried out on contemporary Greek religious festivals, a comparison is made with similar ancient festivals through an analysis of the fertility-cult, which is important in the festivals. This is a useful way to try to consider the female part of society, since women are the central performers of the actual cult that plays an important role within the official male value-system. This is the value-system, from which the festivals and the society that they reflect, traditionally have been considered. The absence of the female value-system leaves previous analyses one-sided and incomplete. Therefore, a comprehensive analysis requires the female point of view to be included. Hence, the paper argues for the importance of changing our approach when working with ancient culture. Taking account of the female sphere, which still exists in Greece, provides us with a basis for considering the female part of society. But, by so doing, the official male perspective, which is similar to the Western male perspective generally applied within Greek studies, has to be deconstructed. So, by arguing for the importance of not using the general male model when presenting Greek women, the article tries to deconstruct the male ideologies
    Keyword: Modern Greece, Ancient Greece, Women, Gender, Gendered Valuesystems, Religious Festivals, Fertility-cult, Rituals
    Author: Evy Johanne H?land
    Poblication Year: 2010
    Language: English
    Country: Greece
    Institute: Institute For Mediterranean Studies
    Turkish Literature
    Wolf-warriors, the Argonauts, and the foundation of Trebizond
    Trebizond (Greek Trapezus, Turkish Trabzon) is situated on the coast of the Black Sea, opposite to the actual Russian seaside resort Sochi, in the historical Pontic region or North East Anatolia (now Turkey). This paper tries to contribute to the tradition about the foundation of this city assuming a late Indo-European heritage feature playing a role as well as a deeper connection with Trebizond
    Keyword: Indo-European (IE), Trapezus (Trebizond), wolfing, wolf-warriors, the Argonauts, foundations
    Author: Andreas L. Katonis
    Poblication Year: 2010
    Language: English
    Country: Greece
    Institute: Institute For Mediterranean Studies
    Politics/Diplomatic Science
    Representing Change and Stagnation in the Arab World
    This article refutes a common approach to studying democratization in the Arab world using examples from Morocco and Egypt. Egypt is commonly regarded as a case for near-complete stagnation, whereas Morocco represents the more dynamic monarchies in the region. The article posits that the theoretical underpinnings frequently used in research hinder us to see and analyse change appropriately. Reform-minded agents that cooperate with the state should not be dismissed as
    Keyword: Transformation Processes, Political Sociology, Civil Society, Semi-Authoritarian State, Arab World
    Author: Sonja Hegasy
    Poblication Year: 2010
    Language: English
    Country: Morocco
    Institute: Institute For Mediterranean Studies
    Politics/Diplomatic Science
    French Foreign Policy towards Africa under Jacques Chirac
    Over the main changes that have occurred in Chirac
    Keyword: Chirac, France, Foreign Policy, Africa
    Author: SHIN, Won Yong
    Poblication Year: 2010
    Language: English
    Country: France
    Institute: Institute For Mediterranean Studies
    Economics
    Population Growth and Economic Development in Southern Mediterranean Countries:
    The Southern Mediterranean (SM) countries, nine North African and Middle Eastern partners and one permanent observer which border the Mediterranean Sea (MS) as defined in the Euro-Mediterranean Partnership (or Barcelona Declaration) launched in 1995, form one of the slowest growing regions in terms of economic and social development. Many development economists blame the slow development of SM countries on high population growth. Others, however, defend the view that high population growth could encourage economic growth through expansion of the labour force. The myth of Asia
    Keyword: Population Growth, Demographic Transition, Demographic Dividends, Migration and Economic Development
    Author: Wai Mun Hong
    Poblication Year: 2010
    Language: English
    Country: Algeria
    Institute: Institute For Mediterranean Studies
    Language
    The use of Remigius commentary on Donatuss Ars minor in a Carolingian parsing grammar Magnus quae uox?
    Magnus quae uox? is a Carolingian parsing grammar written in the tenth or the eleventh century. It is a commentary on Donatus s Ars maior and Ars minor, but is presented in the form of parsing questions and answers. Among the sources of Magnus quae uox? the use of Priscian s Institutiones grammaticae and the commentaries on Donatus s works by the scotti peregrini and Remigius of Auxerre is prominent. In particular, the use of Remigiu s commentary on Donatus s Ars minor is significant in that Magnus quae uox? follows closely Remigius s style of commentary. Remigius s commentary on Donatus s Ars minor is different in style from the other commentaries used in Magnus quae uox? in that it retains the question and answer form of Donatus s text. The classroom like way of presentation seemed to have appealed to the author of Magnus quae uox? who was constructing his grammar using questions and answers.
    Keyword: Carolingian parsing grammars, DonatussArs minior, Remigius of Auxerre, the combination of commentary and parsing, Latin education
    Author: JANG, Jee Yeon
    Poblication Year: 2009
    Language: English
    Country: Mediterranean
    Institute: Institute For Mediterranean Studies
    French Literature
    High Tension. A Fresh New Wave in French Horror?
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    Keyword: New wave, French horror
    Author: Philippe Met
    Poblication Year: 2009
    Language: English
    Country: France
    Institute: Institute For Mediterranean Studies
    Italian Literature
    Study on the -Colloquial language- in B. Fenoglios works
    The Italian writer Beppe Fenoglio(Alba, 1922 1963) is one of the most representative authors in the world of modern literature. His autobiographical experience in the countryside of his native Langhe in the Piedmont, and his direct participation in the Resistance as a partisan are fundamental and important inspirations for his works. Therefore, his works can be divided in two main themes: peasant life and the Resistance. Also, his passion for the English literature gives him a power of imagination. Even though Fenoglio left just few works during his life, we can still find his novels and short stories published after his death together with drafts and variations as found in critical editions. This study analyses the processes of correctional works to examine the correctional techniques and directions of the author from the point of view of language with the help of rhetoric and pragmatics theories, considering that Fenoglio s work has already been studied from the point of contents. This research shows that the author deletes the words or phrases which repeats or have the same meaning, especially in near distance. Especially, in the colloquial part, the author has a tendency to eliminate the description part of the actions of the speakers. So, the colloquial part is only constructed through dialogues. As a result of this, the simplified colloquial part gives an effect of velocity for developing stories, not giving readers time to pause. Apart from this, the author uses the techniques of systematical dialogue format, appending, substitution and simile etc. for achieving completeness and focusing not only on the contents but also the language of his works.
    Keyword: Beppe Fenoglio, Colloquial language, Correctional works, Correctional works, Correctional techniques, Correctional directions, Pragmatics
    Author: LEE, Ki Chul
    Poblication Year: 2009
    Language: English
    Country: Italy
    Institute: Institute For Mediterranean Studies
    Etc language Literature
    A contrative study of Korean and Romance language collocations: a corpus based study
    In this research we introduce our methodology of describing Korean collocations in multilingual perspective focusing on the contrastive aspects among languages. We selected 5000 Korean collocations based on the notion of restricted and bound collocations , and then tried to represent their equivalents in four target languages : Spanish, English, Italian and French. Based on our corpus of collocations, we present a contrastive analysis of lexico semantic and syntactic aspects of collocations among languages. We mainly focus on Korean and Spanish datas and then compare them with French and Italian collocations along with English datas.
    Keyword: contrastive linguistics, corpus, collocations, Romance language, lexical semantics
    Author: SHIN, Jayoung
    Poblication Year: 2009
    Language: English
    Country: Mediterranean
    Institute: Institute For Mediterranean Studies
    Economics
    Economic Reform Prospects for the Maghreb
    After the successes in macroeconomic stabilization, the Maghreb countries (Algeria, Lybia, Morocco and Tunisia) have pursued the implementation of economic and administrative reforms since the 1980s in order to liberalize the economic system and enter a phase of sustained growth acceleration. This has led to tensions between macroeconomic stabilization and modernization in the region. The present article focuses specifically on the prospects for economic policy reform in the Maghreb and the channels through which it could proceed in the presence of the major economic crisis we are experiencing. The article argues that under current economic circumstances, prospects for microeconomic reform in the Maghreb critically depend on the policy-makers capacity to maintain macroeconomic stability and to anchor microeconomic and institutional reforms. It also put forward that the most effective channel to anchor structural reforms may be to signal commitment to convergence towards the economic institutional setting developed by the European acquis communautaire. Finally, it underlines that the EU s role should be not just to avoid recurring to protectionism, but to deliver sufficient incentives to support economic reformist governments in completing the reform agenda. This also may prove much harder to introduce into EU Member States preferences under the current negative economic expectations.
    Keyword: Economics Policy, Magreb, Macroeconomy, reform
    Author: Gonzalo Escribano
    Poblication Year: 2009
    Language: English
    Country: Algeria
    Institute: Institute For Mediterranean Studies
    Italian Literature
    The Emergence of the Mafia in Italy
    This paper argues that the emergence of the Mafia in Italy can properly be understood by examining Mafia as an institution that had an origin in a unique cultural setting. Special attentions are paid on the peculiarities of the micro environment of Italian society, which was the very soil of the development of Mafia. In addition, the Calvinist and Catholic values will be analysed and compared, which will indicate how the first promoted the production of a global feeling of rational society, whereas the latter adhered the individual sphere and society as a collectivity. In regard to the genesis of Mafia in Sicily, the cultural and moral retrogradation, the unsettlement of the mercantilist, the disappearance of the feudal system, and a huge input of the violent unemployed caused a dire need for protection and organization. The Mafia was the institution that was built up in response to these conditions.?
    Keyword: Mafia, Italy, Sicily, Institution, Clientelism
    Author: HUH, Yoo Hyae
    Poblication Year: 2009
    Language: English
    Country: Italy
    Institute: Institute For Mediterranean Studies
    Italian Literature
    Lomero dei poveri
    Dialect poetry experienced a resurgence in the Ottocento as authors were making a return to their dialectical roots across Italy. Italian poets were composing poetry in the dialects of their regions in an attempt to elevate their local mother tongues to a status equal to Florentine. Of all the dialect poetry produced in the Ottocento, scholars most often forget the region of Sardinia; dialect poetry manifested itself throughout Sardinia in the oral tradition, which took the form of poesia a bolu, where poets recited improvisational poetry performed for an audience. Poesia a bolu competitions produced many exceptionally clever poets, but one of the most renowned was Melchiorre Murenu with his pungent language and biting sarcasm. One of his poems was so insulting that he was rumored to have died for it: Sas isporchizias de Bosa, one of Murenu s better known poems describes superficially the filth produced by the residents of the Sardinian town of Bosa. A more profound reading, however, reveals a significant social and economic commentary. With this poem, Murenu elevates the nearly forgotten genre of poesia a bolu to a higher level by employing social awareness as the impetus for political and economic change in the impoverished and neglected state of Sardinia in the Ottocento.?
    Keyword: Sardinia, Melchiorre Murenu, Italian poetry, dialects, 19th century
    Author: Kristina Clement
    Poblication Year: 2009
    Language: English
    Country: Italy
    Institute: Institute For Mediterranean Studies
    Italian Literature
    The Mediterranean and its Literary Imagination: Sicily and Beyond
    Through the popular and artistic images of the Mediterranean it is possible to retrieve many writers voices , describing the mare nostrum from many points of view. The chant of aedo cieco follows Ulysses misadventures; the real setting of Lipari or Acitrezza narrates the hard work of merchants and fishermen, just like in the second novella of the quinta giornata in Boccaccio s Decameron and in Verga s Malavoglia. Mythology is also retrieved, involving the sea surface and the underwater creatures living there (mermaids and dolphins, Venuses and monsters). This is the case of Tomasi di Lampedusa and Stefano D Arrigo. Also, there is the suggestive set of writings on sea mythology. The sea is considered as the cradle of western civilization, up to the 20th century (Saba and Quasimodo). The anxiety of departure, through a hostile and dangerous sea, is another famous theme in Foscolo: Similar and opposite at the same time is the image of the Mediterranean as a cross separating people from their native land and a site where childhood memories can find a place (Brancati). Many Mediterranean Seas are described in the metaphoric sea chant tuned by many artists of Southern Europe.?
    Keyword: Mediterranean, etymology, poetry, fiction, Italy
    Author: Verdirame Margherita
    Poblication Year: 2009
    Language: English
    Country: Italy
    Institute: Institute For Mediterranean Studies
    Sociology
    The Negative Effect of the peace Treaties in Building Trust in the Arab Israeli conflict:
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    Keyword: Building confidence, Step by step Diplomacy, Intifada (Shake off), Bilateral Talks, The Palestinians Rights, Israel, Palestine Liberation Organization, Peace Process, Ten Years, The Jordanian Journalism
    Author: Saad Abu dayeh
    Poblication Year: 2009
    Language: English
    Country: Mediterranean
    Institute: Institute For Mediterranean Studies
    Human Geography
    The Major Factors for the Development of Beirut as a leading seaport on the Eastern Mediterranean in the Nineteenth Century
    In the early nineteenth century, Beirut was no more than a small sea village with its small population and dilapidated facilities. Beirut had golden opportunities to seize political and economic advantages on the eastern Mediterranean region in the course of the nineteenth century, although there were other competing cities which already had vested rights in the region. The starting point of this research begins with the question of why Beirut became the most prominent sea port on the eastern Mediterranean in the nineteenth century and how it kept its leading position in this region. For the explanation of this emergence of Beirut as a political and economic center of the eastern Mediterranean area during this period, not only external factors which favored Beirut but also internal factors such as local struggles to guarantee Beiruti s political and economic advantages will be employed.
    Keyword: Beirut, Lebanon, Urban History, 19th Century, Eastern Mediterranean Seaport
    Author: SONG, Sang Hyun
    Poblication Year: 2009
    Language: English
    Country: Lebanon
    Institute: Institute For Mediterranean Studies
    Greek Literature
    The Lord of Morea And its Narrative Models
    The article discusses the plot and characters of Alexandros Rangavis
    Keyword: Alexandros Rangavis, The Lord of Morea, The Chronicle of Morea, Walter Scott, Ivanhoe, Homer, Odyssey
    Author: Paschalis Michael
    Poblication Year: 2008
    Language: English
    Country: Greece
    Institute: Institute For Mediterranean Studies
    Science of Law
    A Court for Homicide presented in Drako
    The 12th line of Drako?s law can be restored as follows: d]i /kazen de tos basileas aitio[n] phon[o] ? [ak?n(or akonta) kai autocheira](16 or 18 letters) ? [b]oul / eusanta It is not so easy to decide whether a case is ?akousios phonos? or ?ak?n?, and whether an actor causing another?s death is ?autocheir? or ?bouleusas.? In the same context, we can confer to the text of the Athenian Constitution (LVII,3) that the case of ?akousioi? and ?bouleusis? came before the court at the Palladion.
    Keyword: Draco-s Law, Palladion, akousios phonos, ak?n, autocheir, bouleusis
    Author: CHE, Jayoung
    Poblication Year: 2008
    Language: English
    Country: Greece
    Institute: Institute For Mediterranean Studies
    Politics/Diplomatic Science
    The Cultural Dimensions of the Euro-Mediterranean Partnership
    In this paper we argued that the viability of the EMP calls for an emphasis on its cultural component. Unless, Euro-Mediterranean cultural cooperation is upgraded to a level of the other
    Keyword: Euro-Mediterranean, multi-dimensional, the EMP, civilizations, cultural cooperation
    Author: Mohammad El-Sayed Selim
    Poblication Year: 2008
    Language: English
    Country: Mediterranean
    Institute: Institute For Mediterranean Studies
    Language
    The Slavic Expression
    This article traces the use of a Slavic idiomatic expression, corresponding to the English
    Keyword: Slavic languages, St. Methodius, Pomak dictionaries
    Author: Ivan Iliev
    Poblication Year: 2008
    Language: English
    Country: Slovenia
    Institute: Institute For Mediterranean Studies
    Science of Religion
    An Integrative Study of the Moabite Religion during the Iron Age II Period
    This research includes the religion of ancient Near Eastern people and Jordanian archaeology ? regarding the religion of Moab during the Iron Age II period. Research of the Moabite religion includes essays or articles by A. H. van Zyl, Gerald L. Mattingly, Udo Worschech, and Paul J. Ray, Jr. However, they do not make an extensive study of Moabite religion by means of archaeological evidence. Furthermore, there are some new finds relating to the issue since Gerald L. Mattingly published his article such as the Moabite sanctuary at Khirbat al-Mudayna and recently excavated figurines in Jordan. For this reason, this article focuses on the Moabite religion, especially the Moabite national deity, Kemosh. In addition to the Hebrew Bible, the Mesha Inscription provides valuable information regarding the Moabite religious concepts and practices about Kemosh. The epigraphic evidence further reveals the existence of the Moabite cults other than Kemosh. The shrine from Khirbat al-Mudayna and the Moabite figurines also sheds light on the Moabites
    Keyword: Moabite Religion, Epigraphic Evidence, Archaeological Evidence, Iron Age II Period, Transjordan
    Author: JANG, Daegyu
    Poblication Year: 2008
    Language: English
    Country: Jordan
    Institute: Institute For Mediterranean Studies
    Sociology
    Social Responsibility of the Media
    This paper looks into the concept of the
    Keyword: Berlusconi, Italy, Media, social responsibility, Public Interest
    Author: HUH, Yoo Hyae
    Poblication Year: 2008
    Language: English
    Country: Italy
    Institute: Institute For Mediterranean Studies
    Sociology
    The Resurrection of the Count Juli?n in the Age of Globalization
    This paper explores how immigrants from Morocco have lived as
    Keyword: Morocco, Immigration, Identity, Fortress of Europe, Integration, EU
    Author: Juin Lim
    Poblication Year: 2008
    Language: English
    Country: Morocco
    Institute: Institute For Mediterranean Studies
    Sociology
    The Importance of Algeria in the Mediterranean Region and the Opportunities it offers to the Republic of Korea
    In the past, the Mediterranean Sea played catalyst role to integrate the region. Different nations and communities, such as Phoenicians, Romans, Greeks, Arabs, and Turks, utilized the Mediterranean Sea to communicate their knowledge to others, to exchange goods and to show their military presence. The Sea was crucial in shaping their interests as well as economic and social ties. Yet at present geographical proximity among the states that border on the Mediterranean does not necessarily enhance the prospects for integration of the Mediterranean. Relationships among the neighbouring states are complex, and processes of the Mediterranean integration rather reflect ambivalent political and economic situations. One requires a new paradigm of regional integration for the Mediterranean area. Studies of Mediterranean history and civilization remind us their complementary and reciprocal interests which have served to develop the region. Institute for Mediterranean Studies, Pusan University of Foreign Studies, organized the 22nd Meeting,
    Keyword: The Historical Meaning of the Mediterranean Civilization
    Author: H.E. Rabah Hadid
    Poblication Year: 2008
    Language: English
    Country: Algeria
    Institute: Institute For Mediterranean Studies
    Anthropology
    An ironic mirror
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    Author: MARGARET E. KENNA
    Poblication Year: 1991
    Language: English
    Country: Greece
    Institute: Mediterranean Institute
    Italian Literature
    Moving Cathars: The Italian Connection in the Thirteenth Century
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    Author: Malcolm Barber
    Poblication Year: 2000
    Language: English
    Country: Italy
    Institute: Mediterranean Institute
    European History
    The Movement of Scythian Nomads Nuancing 'Otherness'
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    Author: David Braund
    Poblication Year: 2000
    Language: English
    Country: Greece
    Institute: Mediterranean Institute
    European History
    The Latin Elite on Cyprus: Trying to Keep Apart
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    Author: Nicholas Coureas
    Poblication Year: 2000
    Language: English
    Country: Mediterranean
    Institute: Mediterranean Institute
    European History
    Nineteenth-Century Cruising Yachtsmen in the Mediterranean
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    Author: J. Cusack
    Poblication Year: 2000
    Language: English
    Country: Mediterranean
    Institute: Mediterranean Institute
    Folklore
    Mythologizing the Mediterranean: The Case of Albert Camus
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    Author: Ray Davison
    Poblication Year: 2000
    Language: English
    Country: Mediterranean
    Institute: Mediterranean Institute
    Turkish Literature
    Living on the Margin- Byzantine Farmers and Turkish Herders
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    Author: Keith Hopwood
    Poblication Year: 2000
    Language: English
    Country: Turkey
    Institute: Mediterranean Institute
    Politics/Diplomatic Science
    The British Protectorate of the Ionain Islands, 1847-1859, and the Dispersion of a Foreign Elite
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    Author: Bruce Knox
    Poblication Year: 2000
    Language: English
    Country: Mediterranean
    Institute: Mediterranean Institute
    Politics/Diplomatic Science
    이라크 개혁(1880-1920)에 대한 터키의 시도
    북아프리카 이슬람 원리주의 운동의 중요한 한 갈래로 여겨지는 사누시 종단의 오스만 제국의 술탄과의 관계, 나아가 1차세계대전에 이은 터키 독립전쟁 기간에 터키의 독립영웅 무스타파 케말 파샤와의 특별한 관계를 다루었다. 전세계 이슬람 세력을 결집하여 서구열강으로부터 오스만 제국를 지키려던 술탄 압둘 하미드의 범이슬람운동에 힘입어 세이크 사누시는 오스만 제국의 특별한 보호를 받으며 정치적 활동과 조세 징수에서 많은 특혜를 누렸다. 오스만 왕정이 멸망한 이후에는 케말 파샤에 협력하여 터키 독립전쟁을 도왔다. 이교도인 침략자를 성스런 이슬람 제국의 땅에서 몰아내는 것은 신성한 투쟁이라고 보았기 때문이다. 사누시의 이슬람 영향력을 지속해서 감시하고 통제해 온 영국의 방해로 결국 그의 이슬람 통합 여파는 크지 않았지만, 오늘날 그의 종교적 권위는 이미 1920년대 탄탄한 길을 다지고 있었다.
    Keyword: 사누시, 오스만 제국, 술탄 압둘 하미드, 범 이슬람 운동, 무스타파 케말
    Author: Cezmi ERASLAN
    Poblication Year: 2004
    Language: English
    Country: Turkey
    Institute: Korean Association of Islamic Stidies
    Anthropology
    AUTHORS IN SEARCH OF A CHARACTER: PERSONHOOD AGENCY AND IDENTITY IN THE MEDITERRANEAN
    This paper utilizes Pirandello's play 'Six characters in search of an author' as a metaphor to examine the anthropology of the Mediterranean. It suggests that the anthropology of the Mediterranean can be looked at in terms of two interrelated processes: how anthropologists as authors have tended to construct their texts and search for 'characters' to chracterise the region, and how the people of the Mediterranean go about constructing their identities as authors of their own characters. For the first, the political economy of the shifting category of the 'Mediterranean' is examined in light of recent criticisms of a 'Mediterranean anthropology'. The paper then takes one theme, often highlighted as typical of the Mediterranean region, that of honour, and examines it by reference to the construction of personhood and identity and the tensions that it creates. It suggests that the anthropology of the Mediterranean could benefit by constructing its problematics by reference to the central issues raised by Mauss and Simmel about the nature of exchange in society and its relationship to concepts of the person.
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    Author: PAUL SANT CASSIA
    Poblication Year: 1991
    Language: English
    Country: Mediterranean
    Institute: Mediterranean Institute
    Sociology
    OBSTACLES TO THE DEVELOPMENT OF A YUGOSLAV NATIONAL CONSCIOUSNESS
    This essay deals with the origins and characteristics of nationalism in Yugoslavia, Europe's most multiethnic state outside the Soviet Union. It is suggested that current ethnic conflict are rooted not only in the concepts of 19th-century European nationalism but also in an older and equally pervasive folk ideology in this area of the Balkans. The strength of ethnic particularism is evident in the failure of the Yugoslav socialist regime to create a genuine nation-state after more than four decades of attempts to foster a pan-Yugoslav consciousness
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    Author: ANDREI SIMIC
    Poblication Year: 1991
    Language: English
    Country: Mediterranean
    Institute: Mediterranean Institute
    Greek Literature
    STRANGERS AND GIFTS
    In rural Greece, 'strange' or 'stranger' are terms which can be applied, depending on context, to anyone outside the house and family. This 'us'/'stranger' divide is broadly reflected in gift exchange, which is greatest between those who are closely related, converting gradually to 'hostility' as the ties of blood and mutual interest weaken and disappear. However this pattern is reversed again as the element of competition with strangers dies out, and this reversal is typified in the hospitality shown to the 'complete' stranger who is totally outside the normal village economy. This phenomenon is explained with reference to motives for gift-giving which involve spiritual values. Although these values are discernible in some gift-giving in village life, economic pressures on the whole subordinate them to those of self-interest, and this is perceived as an aspect of man's fall from paradise. However, because the villagers simultaneously perceive their house and family to be rooted in the spiritual world, they are also under a strong necessity to live out, even in a straitened economic environment, the values of unconditional giving which are typical of this other world.The 'complete' stranger is the only person to whom such giving can be offered without fatally undermining the material basis of the house, and thus if the only outsider to whom the family can manifest what it feels to be its real identity.
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    Author: JULIET DU BOULAY
    Poblication Year: 1991
    Language: English
    Country: Greece
    Institute: Mediterranean Institute
    Italian Literature
    TO SUFFER AND NEVER TO DIE
    The life of Padre Pio, a Capuchin monk who bore the stigmata of Christ can be seen as an imitation of the death of Christ. As a priest he was not only empowered to make real the death of Christ through the ritual of the Mass, but he embodied it in himself by virtue of his stigmata. In transforming his understanding of suffering he transformed himself into a living crucifix, a symbol of death through which eternal life is gained. The article then examines the attitudes and responses of his followers.
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    Author: Christopher McKevitt
    Poblication Year: 1991
    Language: English
    Country: Italy
    Institute: Mediterranean Institute
    Spanish Literature
    EL MIÑO QUE NO LLORA, NO MAMA
    This article compares the related phenomena of patronage and protest as experienced in a village in southern Spain. It is argued that these types of relations exist at two critical junctures in society: between the state and the local level, and between groups within the village. Both patronage and protest can be used by people to gain goods and services in preference to official bureaucratic relations, as they are thought to be more in tune with local values and ideology. However while clients reciprocate benefits received from their patrons with loyalty, protesters explicitly deny the legitimacy of those from structure by channelling discount into piecemeal reform rather than a revolutionary break with the past. These issues are examined historically in the village of Vado de las Chozas, showing how patronage and protest alternate as the main forms of social interaction at different levels of society in different periods over the last hundred years.
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    Author: Mario Guarino
    Poblication Year: 1991
    Language: English
    Country: Spain
    Institute: Mediterranean Institute
    Anthropology
    RITUAL, PLAY AND IDENTITY
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    Author: Jeremy Boissevain
    Poblication Year: 1991
    Language: English
    Country: Malta
    Institute: Mediterranean Institute
    Greek Literature
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    Author: MARGARET E. KENNA
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    그리스의 사랑 ‘페데라스티아’ (παιδεραστία) -H. Patzer와 M. Foucault의 비교
    The main focus of this paper is on homosexuality among men, especially the ‘love of boys’ that appears in ancient thinkers and writers’ records, such as Plato and Aristotle and Herodotus and Xenophon etc. The so-called ‘love of boys’ is a translation of the ancient Greek word παιδεραστία. Many ancient sources explored its social aspects in ancient Greece. The most widespread and socially significant form of close same-sex sexual relations in ancient Greece was between adult men and adolescent boys, known as παιδεραστία. It is Harald Patzer and Michelle Foucault who gave this issue of interest to modern times and also provided an opportunity to generate interest in the academic field. The main purpose of this article is to look at the views and methodologies of how both two scholars recognize παιδεραστία and how they deal with it in their Die griechische Knabenliebe and Historie de la Sexualite. More over, this paper will be focused on the comparison of two views of German classicist Harald Patzer and French philosopher Michelle Foucault. Harald Patzer and Michelle Foucault also explain the pros and cons. Patzer's comparative study of different races has led to massive data sources for further studies. Foucault’s ‘innovative’ study provided a new opportunity to see the problem from the other perspective, compared with traditional view-points. Foucault, influenced by the theory of Nietzsche's concept of power, had a new perspective on the relationship between sex and power. Unlike the traditional ‘suppression hypothesis’, he emphasized the aspect of the 'production hypothesis' that power produces discourse on sexuality more and more. But Foucault's methodology, like the case of Patzer’s anthropological comparison and philological analysis, has also shown its limits in several ways. So, these shortcomings can be promoted by the study of H. Patzer and the process of complementing each other. In this sense, it's not a bad idea for the study of παιδεραστία as follows like that. Harald Patzer's view of historical-cultural phenomenon is expected to serve as a more empirically settling 'history of innovation' that was newly proposed by M. Foucault.
    Keyword: H.Patzer, M.Foucault, παιδεραστία, homo-sexuality, Knabenliebe, boy-love, bio-pouvoir, 파쪄, 푸코, 페데라스티아, 호모섹슈얼러티, 소년에 대한 사랑, 권력
    Author: 차영길 ( Cha Young-gil )
    Poblication Year: 2018
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    Country: Greece
    Institute: Institute For Mediterranean Studies
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    외젠 이오네스코와 프랑스 비시정부
    This work is to research the cultural activities of Eugène Ionesco in the Vichy government (1940-1944). The Romanian origin, he was adopted by French culture. He was a Romanian poet and critic and specialized in French literature. He served Vichy as a Romanian diplomatic mission to France from 1942 to 1944. At that time, he had in charge of the Romanian media legation, public relations, secretary of culture in Vichy. Some criticize the fact that he worked for the dictator, Antonescu who had governed Romania by fascists. In her book L’Oubli du Fascisme, Alexandra Laignel-Lavastine criticized Ionesco’s behavior in Vichy: “A regrettable silence, an indisputable compromise. The stay in Vichy certainly relates, in his case, to a survival strategy.” But the survival is the inevitable duty for oneself. And survival will then fall into a feeling of guilt or remorse when he was on the side of evil and crime. Ionesco was neither intentionally silent nor making his own apology. On the contrary, he has actively explained his political position and his choice. He has expressed many times by the characters in the drama, in the diaries like Present passe, passe present. Working as a diplomat at Vichy, Ionesco met intellectuals without distinguishing between dissidents and Vichy collaborators. He considered his pursuits of the interests of Romania as a patriotic idea. He refused to follow the direction of any ideology or history. He tried to keep his conscience when Romanian circumstances were confusing. It is not fair to conclude that one might regard the act based on his conscience as mere collaboration with dictatorship. I believe Ionesco is a good and shy writer. He is perceived as a vanguard fighter who has challenged the existing systems of Western theater. But he is similar to the terrified Berenger surrounded by rhinoceros-fascist crowds. Even so, he is a critic of all intellectual modes and has not hesitated to face against the terrorists who commit the political opponents, the deception, the ideological motives, the madness. In this sense, Ionesco in Vichy should not be considered as a professional diplomat such as a bureaucrat, but a civilian diplomat section as a writer.
    Keyword: Ionesco, Romania, Vichy government, legation, cultural activity, 이오네스코, 루마니아, 비시정부, 외교사절, 문화활동
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    Author: Gloria Lauri-Lucente
    Poblication Year: 2005
    Language: English
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    Anthropology
    Introduction: Turning back to the Mediterranean- Anthropological Issues and the Med-Voices Project
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    Author: Rachel Radmilli
    Poblication Year: 2005
    Language: English
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    Human Geography
    Imaging the Mediterranean
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    Author: Julie Scott
    Poblication Year: 2005
    Language: English
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    Etc Humanities Science
    Mediterranean Counterpoint: Themes and Variations in the MED-VOICES database
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    Author: Tom Selwyn
    Poblication Year: 2005
    Language: English
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    European History
    Euro-Med Heritage: Culture, Capital and Trade Liberalisation- Implication for the Mediterranean City
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    Author: Raoul V. Bianchi
    Poblication Year: 2005
    Language: English
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    The Educational output of EU-funded Projects: Mediterranean Voices within the Academic Context
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    Author: Rachel Radmilli
    Poblication Year: 2005
    Language: English
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    Human Geography
    Studying the People of Chania Through Photography: A Reflexive Approach
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    Author: Christos Varvantakis
    Poblication Year: 2005
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    Anthropology
    Marginal Re-presentations: Boundaries on Identity
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    Author: Margaret Hart Robertson
    Poblication Year: 2005
    Language: English
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    Arab History
    Oral Histories of Ras Beirut Nostalgia, Memory and the Construction of History
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    Author: Suzanne Abou Ghaida
    Poblication Year: 2005
    Language: English
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    Sociology
    The Differential Symbolic: The Changing Forms of the 1st of October Commemoration in Greek-Cypriot Newspapers
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    Author: Costas S. Constantinidou
    Poblication Year: 2005
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    Sociology
    Construction Sociale et Symbolique des Identites Territoriales en Milieu Urbain
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    Author: Abdelmajid Arrif
    Poblication Year: 2005
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    Sociology
    Heritage Deviations in Relation to Town Planning in Ciutat de Mallorca
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    Author: Jaume Franquesa i Bartolome
    Poblication Year: 2005
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    Social Welfare
    Recreating a sense of home and belonging: Relocation to Crete
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    Author: David Clark
    Poblication Year: 2005
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    Etc Humanities Science
    Changing Places- Archaeology and Heritage in Strait Street (Valletta, Malta)
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    Author: John Schofield
    Poblication Year: 2005
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    International Trade
    Empires looking Seawards: The Benefits and Costs of Foreign Seaborne Trade
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    Author: Seven Agir
    Poblication Year: 2006
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    Language
    The Mediterranean as a Place of Cultural Exchange and Linguistic Elaboration: the Contribution of Venice to the Language Issue in the Renaissance
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    Author: Rosaria Bottari
    Poblication Year: 2006
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    Politics/Diplomatic Science
    The migration of the Chioggia fishing-fleet in the Adriatic Sea between the 19th and the early 20th centuries
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    Author: Lisa Botter et al.
    Poblication Year: 2006
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    Politics/Diplomatic Science
    Nelson's Ionian Agent: Spiridion Foresti and Intelligence Collection for the British Mediterranean Commanders
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    Author: Ian Chessell
    Poblication Year: 2006
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    Etc Humanities Science
    Determining Marine Consumption in Archaeological Populations through Stable Isotope Analysis: An Overview
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    Author: Oliver Craig et al.
    Poblication Year: 2006
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    European History
    Could Francis Leackie and the 'insular strategy' of Great Britain in the Mediterranean (1800-1815)
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    Author: Diletta D' Andrea
    Poblication Year: 2006
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    International Trade
    Greek Ships in Sicily during the 18th century
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    Author: Fabio Di Vita
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    Women
    Muslim Renegade Women: Conversion and Agency in the Early Modern Mediterranean
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    Author: Eric Dursteler
    Poblication Year: 2006
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    Educating for the Docks: A Future with the Admiralty 1930-1950
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    Author: Mario Ellul
    Poblication Year: 2006
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    Tourism
    La navigation vers le Levant a l'epoque moderne (1549-1715) vue a travers l'exemple de quelques voyageurs francais
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    Author: Jean-Pierre Farganel
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    International Trade
    The Mediterranean Commercial World of the Eighteenth Century: Ottoman and Italian Ports
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    Author: Elena Frangakis-Syrett
    Poblication Year: 2006
    Language: English
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    Science of Religion
    The Evolution of the Cult of the Madonna as the Patron Saint of Sailors and of Ports
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    Author: Ruthy Gertwagen
    Poblication Year: 2006
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    Struggling against Isolation. Communication Lines and the Circulation of News in the Mediterranean: The Case of 17th century Malta
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    Author: Ivan Grech
    Poblication Year: 2006
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    Italian Literature
    Steaming across Mussolini's 'Roman Lake'
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    Author: Maura Hametz
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    'A Mediterranean Amphibian': British Warfare, 1693-1713
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    Author: Keith A. J. McLay
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    Malta and the Rise of the Greek-owned fleet in the 18th century
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    Author: Katerina Papakostantinou
    Poblication Year: 2006
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    Science of Religion
    French Nobles and Religious Struggle in the Mediterranean 1598-1635
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    Author: Brian Sandberg
    Poblication Year: 2006
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    Country: France
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    La balneation a Naples entre le 19eme et 20eme siecle
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    Author: Maria Sirago
    Poblication Year: 2006
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    Navigating in 'Deep Waters'. Epidemics and Maritime Control in Mediterranean Africa from Plague to Cholera
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    Author: Salvatore Speziale
    Poblication Year: 2006
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    Managing Marine Resources in the Ancient World
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    Author: Athena Trakadas
    Poblication Year: 2006
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    Servants of Empire: The Maltese in the Royal Navy
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    Author: Carmel Vassallo
    Poblication Year: 2006
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    The Politics of Dance: The Incorporation of the Pontic Refugees in Modern Greek Culture through the Manipulation of Dancing Practices in a Northern Greek Villager
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    Author: Magda Zografou
    Poblication Year: 2007
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    Sociology
    Thinking through the Body: The Use of Images as a Medium of Social Expression
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    Author: Isabelle Vella Gregory
    Poblication Year: 2007
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    Science of Religion
    God Protect me from my Friends, Prelates, Politicians, and Social Welfare in Contemporary Malta
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    Author: Mark-Anthony Falzon
    Poblication Year: 2007
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    Social Welfare
    Bearing the Burden: Women, Family Planning and the Making of Modern Tunisia
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    Author: Kimberly L. Mills
    Poblication Year: 2007
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    European History
    Conflict and Co-operation: Dom Mintoff, Giorgio Borg Olivier and the End of Empire in Malta
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    Author: Simon C. Smith
    Poblication Year: 2007
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    Politics/Diplomatic Science
    Elite Interaction in Archaic Etruria: Exploring the Exchange Networks of Terracotta Figured Frieze Plaques
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    Author: Carrie Roth-Murray
    Poblication Year: 2007
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    Sociology
    Migration in the Mediterranean: Equalising Strategies and Social Hierarchies in Migrant Integration
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    Author: D. E. Zammit
    Poblication Year: 2007
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    Human Geography
    Building Paths and Lives through Migrant Networks: The Case of Post-Socialist Women Domestic Workers in Turkey
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    Author: Nihal Celik
    Poblication Year: 2007
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    Medeuro: The Longing for Identity and Community among Maltese Migrant Settlers in North Africa
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    Author: Henry Frendo
    Poblication Year: 2007
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    Sociology
    'Bem passa ku nos', between Cultural Essentialism and the NGOs: The case of Cape Verdean Migrants from Portugal
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    Author: Ziva Gobbo
    Poblication Year: 2007
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    Ethnolinguistic Vitality Perceptions among Migrants and Indigenous Pupils in Greece
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    Author: Nikos Gogonas
    Poblication Year: 2007
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    Sociology
    Internal Migration Transpires like Emigration: The Case of INternally Displaced Kurds in Turkey
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    Author: Atilla Gokturk
    Poblication Year: 2007
    Language: English
    Country: Turkey
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    Sociology
    La Problematique de la Politique de l'Immigration du Travail Qualifee et la Discussion sur l'Integration des Travailleurs Etrangers Qualifies en Allemagne et dans l'Union Europeeanne
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    Author: Cyrine Hamida
    Poblication Year: 2007
    Language: English
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    Social Welfare
    Regroupment Familial et Projets Migratoires des Femmes Tunisiennes
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    Author: Chokri Memni
    Poblication Year: 2007
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    Economics
    Migrant Entrepreneurship in a Spanish Inland City: between the Formal and the Informal Economies
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    Author: Gunhild Odden
    Poblication Year: 2007
    Language: English
    Country: Spain
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    Domestic Politics in Cyprus: Grounds for Migrant Voices?
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    Author: Deniz Sert
    Poblication Year: 2007
    Language: English
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    Politics/Diplomatic Science
    Contemporary European Regionalisms and Social Ties: Recent Immigration, Neo-Rurality and Opportunities for Ethnography in the Greek Countryside
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    Author: James P. Verinis
    Poblication Year: 2007
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    Etc Humanities Science
    Festivals, Games, and Ludic Performances as a New Potential Intangible Cultural Heritage in the Mediterranean World
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    Author: Laurent-Sebastien Fournier
    Poblication Year: 2008
    Language: English
    Country: Mediterranean
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    Tourism
    Some Notes on Tourism and the Revitalisation of Calendrical Festivals in Europe
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    Author: Jeremy Boissevain
    Poblication Year: 2008
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    Regional Development
    Inventing Local Traditions, becoming a Local Brand: Creators of Ludic Performances on a Croatian Island
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    Author: Nevena Skrbic Alempijevic
    Poblication Year: 2008
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    Science of Religion
    Private Space and Public Performance: Questioning the Notions of Sociability and Ownership in a Greek Religious Festival
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    Author: Katerina Seraidari
    Poblication Year: 2008
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    Folklore
    Making Saints and Performing Locality as Heritagization? An Ethnography of Local Holiness and Village Identity in the French and Italian Alps
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    Author: Cyril Isnart
    Poblication Year: 2008
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    Human Geography
    Ritual Revitalization and the Construction of Places in Catalonia, Spain
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    Author: Claire Guiu
    Poblication Year: 2008
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    Science of Religion
    Festivals of Moors and Christians: Performance, Commodity and Identity in Folk Celebrations in Southern Spain
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    Author: Maria J. C. Krom
    Poblication Year: 2008
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    Etc Humanities Science
    Wa'da (mawssim) and the Bedouin Heritage in Algeria
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    Author: Yazid Ben Hounet
    Poblication Year: 2008
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    Country: Algeria
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    Regional Development
    From Farmyards to Town Square, Managing Continuity through Rupture: Montepulciano's Bruscello's Theatre
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    Author: Lita Crociani-Windland
    Poblication Year: 2008
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    Anthropology
    'Vizibility': Women, Same-Sex Sexualities and the Subversion of Gender
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    Author: Venetia Kantsa
    Poblication Year: 2010
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    Human Geography
    Forlorn, Ancient District: Gazi as Gayborhood?
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    Author: Brian Riedel
    Poblication Year: 2010
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    Cultural Meanings of Loneliness: Kinship, Sexuality and (Homo)sexual Identity in Contemporary Greece
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    Author: Kostas Yannakopoulos
    Poblication Year: 2010
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    Anthropology
    Public Discourses on Sexuality and Narratives of Sexual Violence of Domestic Servants in Greece (1880-1950)
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    Author: Pothiti Hantzaroula
    Poblication Year: 2010
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    Sociology
    Greek and Filipina Domestic Workers in Contemporary Greece: The Reproduction and Transformations of Domestic Work, Domestic Relationships and Female Identities
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    Author: Pinelopi Topali
    Poblication Year: 2010
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    Women
    Mothers under Confinement: Maternal Reflections in a Greek Prison for Women
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    Author: Panayiota-Toulina Demeli
    Poblication Year: 2010
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    Women
    Transcending the 'Home': Urban Greek Women, Direct Sales and the Politics of Europeanization
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    Author: Christy Moutsatsos
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    Guiding Pregnancy: Expert Advice for the Modern Greek Mother
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    Author: Eugenia Georges
    Poblication Year: 2010
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    Reflections on the Significance of this Collection
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    Author: Peter Loizos
    Poblication Year: 2010
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    Folklore
    Reconfiguring Greek Ethnography in a Changing World
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    Author: Evthymios Papataxiarchis
    Poblication Year: 2010
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    Sociology
    From the Pulse of Social Routine to the Subversion of Normality
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    Author: John Chircop
    Poblication Year: 2010
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    Science of Religion
    The 'Neo-Orthodox' in Cyprus: Religious Resurgence and Western Orthodoxy
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    Author: Vassos Argyrou
    Poblication Year: 2010
    Language: English
    Country: Mediterranean