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The Elsewhere beyond Religious Concerns

Annalisa Butticci and Amira Mittermaier

and community power, new visions of social and political possibilities, new ways of healing, and new social and spiritual connections are some of the aftermaths of the Elsewhere that can affect the inner and social worlds of people. As the articles

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Brigette Krieg

of loss of culture and identity and saw this as an important factor in healing (Thura 2000). Literature identifies the devastating effects of cultural loss on Indigenous youth and there is consensus among these young people that they are “suffering

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Julián Antonio Moraga Riquelme, Leslie E. Sponsel, Katrien Pype, Diana Riboli, Ellen Lewin, Marina Pignatelli, Katherine Swancutt, Alejandra Carreño Calderón, Anastasios Panagiotopoulos, Sergio González Varela, Eugenia Roussou, Juan Javier Rivera Andía, Miho Ishii, Markus Balkenhol, and Marcelo González Gálvez

ethnography on the Tsachila ritual, immerses us in an analysis of the bodies and the healing of their bodies to think about humanity and its limits, following some keys of the Amazonian and Melanesian ethnographic ensemble. Similarly, in Ferrié's work, the

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Jonathan G. Katz

colonial campaign in Morocco and elsewhere to substitute European biomedical practice for traditional medicine. Despite these efforts, many Moroccan women continue to rely today on traditional birth and healing practices. Légey's role as a pioneering woman

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Ad Fontes Digitales!?

Margins of Representation When Incorporating Medieval Sources into a German Digital History Textbook

Andreas Willershausen

their embedding in the mBook as “Source 5: An Arab Doctor on the Healing Art of the Franks” in “Chapter 9.7.3: The Crusaders in the Holy Land” 101 makes sense in relation to Andreas Michler's assessment that textbook presentations of the Crusades

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Physical Responses to Trauma

Examining Behavioural Reactions in Brian Friel's Give Me Your Answer, Do! and Eimear McBride's A Girl Is a Half-formed Thing

Chu He

. Give Me Your Answer, Do! , published in 1997, is a later work by Friel. Coming after and overshadowed by his master plays such as Faith Healer , Translations , and Dancing at Lughnasa , this play received only modest criticism and much of its

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Amanda J. Reinke

formal law and are ideally envisioned as highly responsive to participant needs, faster and more efficient, less harmful and more inclusive, and capable of providing healing for all parties rather than only punishing one party for harms ( Merry and Milner

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Eric Jennings, Hanna Diamond, Constance Pâris de Bollardière, and Jessica Lynne Pearson

community, healing them (physically and psychologically) and raising and educating them as Jews. Indeed, Jewish family structure was deeply weakened, children suffered from various traumas, and many who had survived in hiding in a non-Jewish environment

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Lena Steveker

settles among the Palermians, for whom she works as a teacher and a healer and who establish her as their queen ( Queen and Concubine 4.2. speech 790–843). Munro argues that the figure of Eulalia as the queen of the ‘Fair Palermian Fields’ ( Queen and

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Donald H. Holly Jr.

bushmen’s plight with regard to land issues. But the title of his book The Healing Land , takes on additional meanings as his journey gives him the chance to ruminate on his own landlessness (born in London of African parents), and in the end, a place to