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Identity in Sensible and Ephemeral Experiences: Religion, History, Society and Politics Revisited through Everyday Life Practices, Tourism, Symbols and Rituals

Identity in Sensible and Ephemeral Experiences: Religion, History, Society and Politics Revisited... In this introduction I try to bring together the commonalities of articles which are about many different topics, including food, nationalism, rituals, the creation of icons, the importance of tourism, language, and celebrations that give meaning to the lives of very diverse people. Perhaps the Middle East as the crescent of civilisation can be comprehended in a nutshell in this collection of articles, which are written mostly by anthropologists but also by a political scientist and sociologists, to show the viability of methodology of anthropology. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Anthropology of the Middle East Berghahn Books

Identity in Sensible and Ephemeral Experiences: Religion, History, Society and Politics Revisited through Everyday Life Practices, Tourism, Symbols and Rituals

Anthropology of the Middle East , Volume 17 (2) – Dec 1, 2022
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Publisher
Berghahn Books
Copyright
© 2022 Berghahn Books
ISSN
1746-0719
eISSN
1746-0727
DOI
10.3167/ame.2022.170201
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Abstract

In this introduction I try to bring together the commonalities of articles which are about many different topics, including food, nationalism, rituals, the creation of icons, the importance of tourism, language, and celebrations that give meaning to the lives of very diverse people. Perhaps the Middle East as the crescent of civilisation can be comprehended in a nutshell in this collection of articles, which are written mostly by anthropologists but also by a political scientist and sociologists, to show the viability of methodology of anthropology.

Journal

Anthropology of the Middle EastBerghahn Books

Published: Dec 1, 2022

Keywords: ceremony; death; identity; nation; religion; tourism

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