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Khaled Furani

we learn from Mead ([1974] 2005: 75) that faith in humanism did not preclude Benedict from composing poems engaging with supra-human subjects, such as “The Eucharist” and “Light.” A supra-cultural, transcendent pattern that differs markedly from her

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Jens Kreinath and Refika Sariönder

. Once these women returned to their seats, Mehmet Dede began to speak. He announced that he would chant a hymn ( nefes) before his sermon ( sohbet or muhabbet ). Upon completing the hymn, he read a poem ( deyif) that touched on themes of hypocrisy

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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