Bethlehem : A Sociocultural History / Mitri Raheb

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رقم التسجيلة 8234
نوع المادة book
ردمك 9789950376434
رقم الطلب

DS 110 .B4 R33

العنوان Bethlehem : A Sociocultural History / Mitri Raheb
بيان الطبعة Ed. 1
بيانات النشر Bethlehem, [PALESTINE]: Diyar Publisher, 2020.
الوصف المادي 302 P
المحتويات / النص

Part I
​- Chapter 1: The Mystery of the Ain Sakhri Lovers 
- Chapter 2: Local Cults and their integration into Bethlehem's scares landscape in the late medieval and modern periods 
- Chapter 3: representation of travel and otherness in Ida Pfeiffer's and mark twain's 19th C. travelogues in the holy land 

Part II
- Chapter 4: Beyond the Immovable east : Hilma Granqvist's Ethnograpy of the village of artas 
- Chapter 5: Saint , liberator  , martyr popular Palestinian Saint George veneration in the Village of Al-Khader 
- Chapter 6: Martyrs and heroes : constructing Muslim - Christian Shared Space in Bethlehem 
- Chapter 7: Reading Indigenous Grammars of Place and narrative permeability in Bethlehem's Mary

- Part III
Chapter 8: listening to rachel : re-framing the matriarch Outside her imprisoned tomb
- Chapter 9: a weeping on the road to Bethlehem : contestation over the uses of rachel's Tomb 

- Part IV:
- Chapter 10:  Al Nakba in the eyes of a 17 - year  Old from Bethelehem Nabil Khoury and Kufr
- Chapter 11: walking along wadi and nar- in the footsteps of selma lagerlof and twfiq Canaan 
- Chapter 12: over the top - a site specific project in Bethlehem 


المستخلص

Bethlehem has a unique setting spanning a fertile landscape to the west and desert to the east. Its diverse environment made it a center for Baal and Adonis on the one hand, and the perfect setting for desert monasteries on the other. Its historical and religious significance turned it into a place for pilgrimage and a tourist destination, while its location on one of the ancient trade routes made it a city for expansive cultural exchange. The city’s present-day inhabitants of Christian and Muslim Palestinians make it a unique place for inter-religious interaction. Different aspects of this rich socio-cultural history are the focus of twelve essays by: Michele Bacci/ Amanda Batarseh/ Nicholas Blincoe/ Glenn Bowmann/ Nuha Khoury/ Lance Laird/ Elizabeth Marteijn/ Falistin Naili/ Tom Selwyn/ Sawsan Shomali/ Dana Soboh/ Gislen Widen.

المواضيع Palestine - Sociocultural History

المواضيع Palestine - Social conditions
Palestine - Social life and customs - To 70 A.D
Palestine - Description and travel

شخص Raheb, Mitri