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Valentina Mitkova

), 1931. Poems that appeared only on the pages of Bulgarian periodicals are also included, as well as works from the author's archive, unpublished during her life. Belcheva's poetic heritage is presented against its current cultural and historical context

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Black October

Comics, Memory, and Cultural Representations of 17 October 1961

Claire Gorrara

visual echo of the real lives upon which the narrative is based. On 21 October 1961, at the bandstand final, Vincent (not Mohand) begins The Gold Star’s set by reciting Kateb Yacine’s now famous protest poem “La Gueule de loup, 17 octobre 1961.” 36 In

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A Gloomy Carnival of Freedom

Sex, Gender, and Emotions among Polish Displaced Person in the Aftermath of World War II

Katarzyna Nowak

to come to terms with these experiences. For example, for Tadeusz Borowski, a former concentration camp prisoner and an inmate of a DP camp near Munich, the experience of wartime oppression was transformed into embitterment and anger. 8 In his poems

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Ana Kolarić

, longer studies, poems, and short stories published in periodicals) were written by women about women, including both predecessors and contemporary women, from a feminist standpoint and with emancipatory goals. Barać's undeniable flare for theoretical

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Marija Bulatović and Višnja Krstić

reminder to reconsider all other works by Jelena J. Dimitrijević—novels, essays, travelogues, and poems. A liberal and a fighter not just for women's rights but for the rights of various oppressed groups, her works gave voice to many of those dwelling on

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Circling around the really Real in Iran

Ethnography of Muharram laments among Shi'i volunteer militants in the Middle East

Younes Saramifar

began beating their bare chests to the rhythm of the poem that filled the air. The intermingling of a symphony of hands beating chests, the suffering narrated in the epic, the darkness of the mosque, the continuous tears and cries of mourners, the

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Babak Rezvani

southern Dagestan. 17 A notable exception could be the name Rustam, a legendary hero from the Shahnameh epic poem by Ferdowsi, which is prevalent in the North Caucasus and also in the Volga region among Muslim ethnic groups. Also, this fact may be an

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“Where Is the New Constitution?”

Public Protest and Community-Building in Post–Economic Collapse Iceland

Timothy Heffernan

government and recite poems that showcased Icelanders’ proud oratory culture, particularly on issues relating to the integrity of the country's one-thousand-year-old parliament (since 930 CE). As one of the longest continuing parliamentary democracies in the

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Heidi Hakkarainen

in early nineteenth-century Europe and the United States, where all kinds of texts were republished, from poems to recipes and jokes. Humor could make a text so popular that it went viral. 32 The “women's riot” text, which discussed an incident in

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Elaine MacKinnon

defending civil liberties. 67 Ievleva-Pavlenko, “Unedited Life,” in Remembering the Darkness , 317–354. 68 Adamova-Sliozberg, My Journey , 122–123. 69 Ibid., 58–60. One chapter ends with a poem devoted to her mother. She also includes a poem she