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[ED: Taschenbuch], [PU: UNIV OF TEXAS PR], This book gathers thirty-six original memoirs written by Middle Eastern men and women about their own childhoods Growing up is a universal experience, but the particularities of homeland, culture, ethnicity, religion, family, and so on make every childhood unique. To give Western readers insight into what growing up in the Middle East was like in the twentieth century, this book gathers thirty-six original memoirs written by Middle Eastern men and women about their own childhoods. Elizabeth Warnock Fernea, a well-known writer of books and documentary films about women and the family in the Middle East, has collected stories of childhoods spent in Egypt, Iran, Iraq, Israel, Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Morocco, Palestine, Saudi Arabia, Sudan, Syria, Tunisia, and Turkey. The accounts span the entire twentieth century, a full range of ethnicities and religions, and the social spectrum from aristocracy to peasantry. They are grouped by eras, for which Fernea provides a concise historical sketch, and include a brief biography of each contributor. The introduction by anthropologist Robert A. Fernea sets the memoirs in the larger context of Middle Eastern life and culture. As a collection, the memoirs offer an unprecedented opportunity to look at the same period in history in the same region of the world from a variety of very different remembered experiences. At times dramatic, humorous, or tragic, and always deeply felt, the memoirs document the diversity and richness of peopleÕs lives in the modern Middle East. . . . these accounts eloquently portray extended families at work, the needs and responsibilities they represent, and the ways in which modern Middle Easterners never "leave home". . . . Books of this kind, which reveal the great variety of Middle Eastern Experiences, which bring a human dimension to what otherwise might seem a set of abstractions, and which enable the reader to engage in life events that most of us share, have an important role to play in the university classroom. They are a key weapon in the university's teacher's struggle against prejudice and ignorance."--Times Literary Supplement, 24 OCtober 2003 ________ Content: Preface Introduction by Robert A. Fernea Narratives The End of the Ottoman Empire (1923) Mohammed Fadhel Jamali (Iraq) Nazik Jawdat (Syria/Lebanon) Charles Issawi (Egypt) Mansur al-Hazimi (Saudi Arabia) Janset Shami (Jordan) Selma Khadra Jayyusi (Palestine) European Colonial Rule and the Rise of Arab Nationalism (1830-1967) Establishment of the State of Israel (1948) Hoda Naamani (Syria/Lebanon) Yõldõray Erdener (Turkey) Hassan Aziz Hassan (Egypt) Basima Bezirgan (Iraq) Afaf Lutfi al-Sayyid Marsot (Egypt) Mohammed Ghanoonparvar (Iran) Avraham Zilkha (Israel) Halim Barakat (Syria/Lebanon) G"Yneli G"Yn (Turkey) Zbida Shetlan (Tunisia) Mahnaz Afkhami (Iran) New Nations (1952-1963) Oil Wealth and OPEC (1973- ) Israeli-Palestinian Wars (1967, 1973) Camp David Treaty (1979) Iranian Revolution (1979) Salah-Dine Hammoud (Morocco) Saif Abbas Dehrab (Kuwait) Hamza al-Din (Egypt) Akile Gursoy (Turkey) Rafiq Abdul Rahman (Palestine) Abdul Aziz Abbassi (Morocco) Fedwa Malti-Douglas (Lebanon) Awad Abdelrahim Abdelgader (Sudan) Ali Eftekari (Iran) The Post-Colonial Middle East (1971- ) Shafeeq N. Ghabra (Kuwait) Maysoon Pachachi (Iraq) Esther Raizen (Israel) Lilia Labidi (Tunisia) Suad Joseph (Lebanon/United States) Abdelaziz Jadir (Morocco) Nahid Rachlin (Iran) Mustafa Mirzeler (Turkey/Kurdistan) Leila Abouzeid (Morocco) Ronda Abou-Bakr (Egypt) 398 pages, 30 b/w illustrations - 155mm x 235mm Versandfertig in 2-4 Wochen, DE, [SC: 0.00], Neuware, gewerbliches Angebot, offene Rechnung (Vorkasse vorbehalten)

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[ED: Taschenbuch], [PU: UNIV OF TEXAS PR], This book gathers thirty-six original memoirs written by Middle Eastern men and women about their own childhoods Growing up is a universal experience, but the particularities of homeland, culture, ethnicity, religion, family, and so on make every childhood unique. To give Western readers insight into what growing up in the Middle East was like in the twentieth century, this book gathers thirty-six original memoirs written by Middle Eastern men and women about their own childhoods. Elizabeth Warnock Fernea, a well-known writer of books and documentary films about women and the family in the Middle East, has collected stories of childhoods spent in Egypt, Iran, Iraq, Israel, Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Morocco, Palestine, Saudi Arabia, Sudan, Syria, Tunisia, and Turkey. The accounts span the entire twentieth century, a full range of ethnicities and religions, and the social spectrum from aristocracy to peasantry. They are grouped by eras, for which Fernea provides a concise historical sketch, and include a brief biography of each contributor. The introduction by anthropologist Robert A. Fernea sets the memoirs in the larger context of Middle Eastern life and culture. As a collection, the memoirs offer an unprecedented opportunity to look at the same period in history in the same region of the world from a variety of very different remembered experiences. At times dramatic, humorous, or tragic, and always deeply felt, the memoirs document the diversity and richness of peopleÕs lives in the modern Middle East. . . . these accounts eloquently portray extended families at work, the needs and responsibilities they represent, and the ways in which modern Middle Easterners never "leave home". . . . Books of this kind, which reveal the great variety of Middle Eastern Experiences, which bring a human dimension to what otherwise might seem a set of abstractions, and which enable the reader to engage in life events that most of us share, have an important role to play in the university classroom. They are a key weapon in the university's teacher's struggle against prejudice and ignorance."--Times Literary Supplement, 24 OCtober 2003 ________ Content: Preface Introduction by Robert A. Fernea Narratives The End of the Ottoman Empire (1923) Mohammed Fadhel Jamali (Iraq) Nazik Jawdat (Syria/Lebanon) Charles Issawi (Egypt) Mansur al-Hazimi (Saudi Arabia) Janset Shami (Jordan) Selma Khadra Jayyusi (Palestine) European Colonial Rule and the Rise of Arab Nationalism (1830-1967) Establishment of the State of Israel (1948) Hoda Naamani (Syria/Lebanon) Yõldõray Erdener (Turkey) Hassan Aziz Hassan (Egypt) Basima Bezirgan (Iraq) Afaf Lutfi al-Sayyid Marsot (Egypt) Mohammed Ghanoonparvar (Iran) Avraham Zilkha (Israel) Halim Barakat (Syria/Lebanon) G"Yneli G"Yn (Turkey) Zbida Shetlan (Tunisia) Mahnaz Afkhami (Iran) New Nations (1952-1963) Oil Wealth and OPEC (1973- ) Israeli-Palestinian Wars (1967, 1973) Camp David Treaty (1979) Iranian Revolution (1979) Salah-Dine Hammoud (Morocco) Saif Abbas Dehrab (Kuwait) Hamza al-Din (Egypt) Akile Gursoy (Turkey) Rafiq Abdul Rahman (Palestine) Abdul Aziz Abbassi (Morocco) Fedwa Malti-Douglas (Lebanon) Awad Abdelrahim Abdelgader (Sudan) Ali Eftekari (Iran) The Post-Colonial Middle East (1971- ) Shafeeq N. Ghabra (Kuwait) Maysoon Pachachi (Iraq) Esther Raizen (Israel) Lilia Labidi (Tunisia) Suad Joseph (Lebanon/United States) Abdelaziz Jadir (Morocco) Nahid Rachlin (Iran) Mustafa Mirzeler (Turkey/Kurdistan) Leila Abouzeid (Morocco) Ronda Abou-Bakr (Egypt) 398 pages, 30 b/w illustrations - 155mm x 235mm Versandfertig in über 4 Wochen, [SC: 0.00], Neuware, gewerbliches Angebot

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Growing up is a universal experience, but the particularities of homeland, culture, ethnicity, religion, family, and so on make every childhood unique. To give Western readers insight into what growing up in the Middle East was like in the twentieth century, this book gathers thirty-six original memoirs written by Middle Eastern men and women about their own childhoods.Elizabeth Warnock Fernea, a well-known writer of books and documentary films about women and the family in the Middle East, has collected stories of childhoods spent in Egypt, Iran, Iraq, Israel, Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Morocco, Palestine, Saudi Arabia, Sudan, Syria, Tunisia, and Turkey. The accounts span the entire twentieth century, a full range of ethnicities and religions, and the social spectrum from aristocracy to peasantry. They are grouped by eras, for which Fernea provides a concise historical sketch, and include a brief biography of each contributor. The introduction by anthropologist Robert A. Fernea sets the memoirs in the larger context of Middle Eastern life and culture.As a collection, the memoirs offer an unprecedented opportunity to look at the same period in history in the same region of the world from a variety of very different remembered experiences. At times dramatic, humorous, or tragic, and always deeply felt, the memoirs document the diversity and richness of people''s lives in the modern Middle East. Elizabeth Warnock Fernea, Books, Social and Cultural Studies, Remembering Childhood in the Middle East: Memoirs from a Century of Change Books>Social and Cultural Studies, University Of Texas Press

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Growing up is a universal experience, but the particularities of homeland, culture, ethnicity, religion, family, and so on make every childhood unique. To give Western readers insight into what growing up in the Middle East was like in the twentieth century, this book gathers thirty-six original memoirs written by Middle Eastern men and women about their own childhoods. Elizabeth Warnock Fernea, a well-known writer of books and documentary films about women and the family in the Middle East, has collected stories of childhoods spent in Egypt, Iran, Iraq, Israel, Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Morocco, Palestine, Saudi Arabia, Sudan, Syria, Tunisia, and Turkey. The accounts span the entire twentieth century, a full range of ethnicities and religions, and the social spectrum from aristocracy to peasantry. They are grouped by eras, for which Fernea provides a concise historical sketch, and include a brief biography of each contributor. The introduction by anthropologist Robert A. Fernea sets the memoirs in the larger context of Middle Eastern life and culture. As a collection, the memoirs offer an unprecedented opportunity to look at the same period in history in the same region of the world from a variety of very different remembered experiences. At times dramatic, humorous, or tragic, and always deeply felt, the memoirs document the diversity and richness of people's lives in the modern Middle East. Remembering Childhood in the Middle East: Memoirs from a Century of Change Fernea, Elizabeth Warnock / Fernea, Robert A., University of Texas Press

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Growing up is a universal experience, but the particularities of homeland, culture, ethnicity, religion, family, and so on make every childhood unique. To give Western readers insight into what growing up in the Middle East was like in the twentieth century, this book gathers thirty-six original memoirs written by Middle Eastern men and women about their own childhoods. Elizabeth Warnock Fernea, a well-known writer of books and documentary films about women and the family in the Middle East, has collected stories of childhoods spent in Egypt, Iran, Iraq, Israel, Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon, Morocco, Palestine, Saudi Arabia, Sudan, Syria, Tunisia, and Turkey. The accounts span the entire twentieth century, a full range of ethnicities and religions, and the social spectrum from aristocracy to peasantry. They are grouped by eras, for which Fernea provides a concise historical sketch, and include a brief biography of each contributor. The introduction by anthropologist Robert A. Fernea sets the memoirs in the larger context of Middle Eastern life and culture. As a collection, the memoirs offer an unprecedented opportunity to look at the same period in history in the same region of the world from a variety of very different remembered experiences. At times dramatic, humorous, or tragic, and always deeply felt, the memoirs document the diversity and richness of people's lives in the modern Middle East.

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Erscheinungsjahr: 2002
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