Contested Mediterranean Spaces: Ethnographic Essays in Honour of Charles Tilly

Voorkant
Maria Kousis, Tom Selwyn, David Clark
Berghahn Books, 1 jun. 2011 - 330 pagina's
0 Recensies
"It is well known that Charles Tilly left scholars of big structures, large processes, and huge comparisons a tall research agenda. It is less acknowledged that he also left political ethnographers an impressive and provocative set of tools. In the skilled hands of the contributors to this insightful volume, the 'Tilly toolbox' is put to good work in the service of a theory-driven and empirically-grounded exploration of Mediterranean contentious landscapes."- Javier Auyero, University of Texas, Austin; Editor, Qualitative Sociology. " Contested Mediterranean Spaces rescues a cultural geography.
 

Wat mensen zeggen - Een review schrijven

We hebben geen reviews gevonden op de gebruikelijke plaatsen.

Geselecteerde pagina's

Inhoudsopgave

Introduction
1
Part 1 Recovering the Mediterranean?
15
Constructing the Mediterranean in European Union Institutions
17
Chapter 2 European Securitization Policies and the Southern FortressEurope
35
The MediTerra Music Festival
55
Part 2 State Capital and Resistance
75
Popular Expressions of Politics in Postwar Beirut
77
The Growing Voice of Civil Society
92
Perspectives on Conflict and Solidarity during the Twentieth Century
178
An Ethnographic Approach to the Production of the Neighbourhood Scale
195
Imagination and Representations
221
Chapter 10 Ethnicized Interreligious Conflicts in Contemporary Granada Spain
223
Jewish Museums in Italy
240
The Role of Ethnocultural Festivals in Contesting Local Spaces
260
The Case of Rachels Tomb Bethlehem Palestine
276
Notes on Contributors
297

The Caretta caretta Case in Greece
122
Part 3 Capital and Neighbourhood Governance
153
Star Street and the Struggle for Development in Bethlehem
155

Overige edities - Alles weergeven

Veelvoorkomende woorden en zinsdelen

Over de auteur (2011)

Maria Kousis is Professor of Sociology at the University of Crete. Her publications include a two volume special issue of American Behavioral Scientist on Mediterranean Political Processes in Historical-Comparative Perspective (with Charles Tilly and Roberto Franzosi, 2008).

Bibliografische gegevens