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Anatomy Of Dissent In Islamic Societies, Ahmed Souaiaia Dec 2013

Anatomy Of Dissent In Islamic Societies, Ahmed Souaiaia

Ahmed E SOUAIAIA

The 'Arab Spring' that began in 2011 has placed a spotlight on the transfer of political power in Islamic societies, reviving old questions about the place of political dissent and rebellion in Islamic civilization and raising new ones about the place of religion in modern Islamic societies.

In Anatomy of Dissent in Islamic Societies, Ahmed E. Souaiaia examines the complex historical evolution of Islamic civilization in an effort to trace the roots of the paradigms and principles of Islamic political and legal theories. This study is one of the first attempts at providing a fuller picture of the place of ...


The Infant Imaginary: Consent, Citizenship, And Pedagogy In Early America [Book Review], Elizabeth Dillon Sep 2013

The Infant Imaginary: Consent, Citizenship, And Pedagogy In Early America [Book Review], Elizabeth Dillon

Elizabeth Maddock Dillon

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Moscatel Morisco: The Role Of Wine In The Formation Of Morisco Identity, Carolyn Nadeau Jan 2013

Moscatel Morisco: The Role Of Wine In The Formation Of Morisco Identity, Carolyn Nadeau

Carolyn A Nadeau

This article explores how Moriscos adapted to changing political pressures through the food and drink they consumed, specifically through their relationship to wine. To contextualize Morisco wine production and consumption, I first examine the religious, legal and poetic contexts within Muslim-Mudejar history and how wine informed their identity. Using Bourdieu's theory of distinction and the fact that practices as banal as eating and drinking reflect social identity, I then turn to specific case studies. Records of vineyards and wine production, regulatory laws, and an artistic expression of Morisco wine consumption reflect economic, social and cultural realities for Moriscos and ...


Leading From Behind The Gap: Post-Racial Politics And The Pedagogy Of Black Studies, Seneca Vaught Dec 2012

Leading From Behind The Gap: Post-Racial Politics And The Pedagogy Of Black Studies, Seneca Vaught

Seneca Vaught

An Associated Press Poll released on the eve of the 2012 presidential election revealed that more Americans are overtly racist today than four years ago.