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Identity and Conflict in the Middle East
and Its Diasporic Cultures

An Edited Collection

​Table of Contents

Mazen NAOUS
Editor’s Introduction 

Moustafa BAYOUMI
 
Major Problems, Minor Solutions: Violence, Identity, and Two Contradictions 

Maya AGHASI
Pedagogy of an Execution: National Identity as a Gendered Structure of Vision in Etel Adnan’s Sitt Marie Rose 

Sabrina BONSEN
Exploring Political Identity within the Cult of Martyrs in Lebanon 

Frank DARWICHE
Lebanon: The Necessary Re-Appropriation of History and Conflict 

Jonathan HALL
Misreading Literature in Tehran: The Problem of Identification in Reading Lolita in Tehran

Makiko NAMBU
Art in Exile: Diasporic Identity in the Field of Contemporary Palestinian Art 

Annika RABO
Conflicts and Identities among Assyrians/Syriacs in Sweden

Jon UNRUH
The Role of Land Grievance and Identity in Yemen’s Arab Spring: Prospects for Restitution

Peter WILLIAMS
Identity and the World: A “peculiar and malign abstractness” ​​
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