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Title Modernity, minority, and the public sphere : Jews and Christians in the Middle East / edited by S.R. Goldstein-Sabbah, H.L. Murre-van den Berg.
Imprint Leiden : Brill, 2016.

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Series Leiden studies in Islam and society, 2210-8920 ; volume 4
Leiden studies in Islam and society ; v. 4. 2210-8920
Subject Religious minorities -- Middle East -- Congresses.
Minorities -- Middle East -- Congresses.
Jews -- Middle East -- Congresses.
Christians -- Middle East -- Congresses.
Muslims -- Middle East -- Congresses.
Middle East -- Ethnic relations -- Congresses.
Alt Name Goldstein-Sabbah, S. R.,
Murre-van den Berg, H. L. (Hendrika Lena), 1964-
Description 1 online resource (xi, 317 pages) : illustrations.
monochrome rdacc
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents A chronology of space -- Searching for common ground : Jews and Christians in the modern Middle East / H.L. Murre-van den Berg -- The changing landscape of Muslim-Jewish relations in the modern Middle East and North Africa / D. Schroeter -- Arabic and its alternatives -- Standardized Arabic as a post-Nahda common ground : Mattai Bar Paulus and his use of Syriac, Arabic, and Garshuni / T. Barda -- Jewish education in Baghdad : communal space vs. public space / S. Goldstein-Sabbah -- Preserving the Catholics of the holy land or integrating them into the Palestine nation (1920-1950) / K. Sanchez Summerer -- Urban presence -- Ottoman Damascus during the Tanzimat : the new visibility of religious distinctions / A. Massot -- The king is dead, long live the king! Jewish funerary performances in the Iraqi public space / A. Schlaepfer -- Jerusalem between segregation and integration : reading urban space through the eyes of justice Gad Frumkin / Y. Wallach -- Transnationalism -- Refugee camps and the spatialization of Assyrian nationalism in Iraq / L. Robson -- The League of Nations, a-mandates and minority rights during the mandate period in Iraq (1920-1932) / H. Muller-Sommerfeld -- "Soundtracks of Jerusalem" : YouTube, North African rappers, and the fantasies of resistance / A. Boum.
Summary Modernity, Minority, and the Public Sphere: Jews and Christians in the Middle East explores the many facets associated with the questions of modernity and minority in the context of religious communities in the Middle East by focusing on inter-communal dialogues and identity construction among the Jewish and Christian communities of the Middle East and paying special attention to the concept of space. This volume draws examples of these issues from experiences in the public sphere such as education, public performance, and political engagement discussing how religious communities were perceived and how they perceived themselves. Based on the conference proceedings from the 2013 conference at Leiden University entitled Common Ground? Changing Interpretations of Public Space in the Middle East among Jews, Christians and Muslims in the 19th and 20th Century this volume presents a variety of cases of minority engagement in Middle Eastern society.
Note Print version record.
ISBN 9789004323285 (electronic bk.)
9004323287 (electronic bk.)
9004322906
9789004322905
9789004322905 (paperback)
OCLC # 950611595
Additional Format Print version: Modernity, minority, and the public sphere. Leiden : Brill, 2016 9789004322905 (DLC) 2016018308 (OCoLC)946481048


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