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David Lempert

, but that the world is now bearing witness to a new acultural identity in the socialisation of children resulting from this collusion, which is exemplified by the career and policies of Barack Obama, whom he identifies by his various names as Barack

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Moving on

Italy as a stepping stone in migrants’ imaginaries

Anna Tuckett

concern that, despite having grown up in the country, their children will also face limited opportunities due to their “migrant” status. It is also, however, related to an imaginary migration trajectory in which moving on from Italy is thought to be the

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Between Labor Migration and Forced Displacement

Wartime Mobilities in the Burkina Faso–Côte d’Ivoire Transnational Space

Jesper Bjarnesen

year, and/or received fairly regular remittances from Côte d’Ivoire. Most female returnees had initially made their way to Burkina Faso on their own, with their children—leaving behind their husbands in the common hope that the men would be better able

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Communities of Practice at the Cidade do Saber

Plural Citizenship and Social Inclusion in Brazil

Carla Guerrón Montero

democratize access to cultural, sporting and educational goods, granting excellence in the construction of citizenship’ ( Soares-Palmeira et al. 2006: 11 ). To date, it has served approximately 90,000 children, youth and adults, and it is recognised as a

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Georges Weill

This article, based mostly on unpublished material, deals with the life of Andrée Salomon (1908-1985), an Alsatian Zionist militant who became a legendary figure of the French Jewish Resistance. In 1938, she organized the reception of the German children in Alsace. As chief of the social service of the Œuvre de secours aux enfants (OSE) in the non-occupied zone, she directed the rescue of the children from the Vichy camps of Gurs, Rivesaltes and Les Milles to OSE homes. She was responsible for a secret network that hid children in non-Jewish institutions and saved more than 1,500 children and adults.

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The Sea Plane Harbor

A Hangar Full of Estonian Maritime and Naval History

Aaro Sahari

Lennusadam – Sea Plane Harbor 6 Vesilennuki Street, Tallinn, 10 415, Estonia Tickets €10 for adults, €5 for students and children, €19 for families

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Pierre Makhlouf

-wing newspapers such as the Daily Telegraph , which led its ‘End the Human Rights Farce’ campaign and acted to ensure that the human rights of people who have committed crimes would be extremely restricted, even where children’s welfare is at stake. 11 It is

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‘Abd al-Raḥīm Kamāl’s Dahsha

An Upper Egyptian Lear

Noha Mohamad Mohamad Ibraheem

illegitimate children, and the continuing dependence upon patriarchal leadership. Born in 1971 in Suhāj (Sohag), an Upper Egyptian city, Kamāl specializes in depicting various sides of Upper Egyptian life in his scripts for television. 4 His Sufi background

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Andrea Mei-Ying Wu and Jay Mechling

Boys in children’s literature and popular culture: Masculinity, abjection, and the fictional child by Annette Wannamaker. New York: Routledge Falmer, 2007, 200 pp.

We Boys Together: Teenagers in Love before Girl-Craziness by Jeffrey P. Dennis. Nashville, TN: Vanderbilt University Press, 2007, x + 283 pp.

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Jonathan Magonet

This issue is largely given over to the proceedings of a conference on ‘Jewishness, Literature and the Child’ organized by the Institute of Jewish Studies at the University of Antwerp (12–14 December 2007). Edited and introduced by Katrien Vloeberghs, the papers explore the various ways in which issues surrounding the Holocaust find direct and indirect expression in Jewish children’s literature.