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Transnational Public Spheres from 'Above' and from 'Below'

Feminist Networks across the Middle East and Europe

Ruba Salih

This article examines the emergence of transnational public spheres brought about by women activists in diasporas and countries of origin across Europe and the Middle East. Such activism can take various forms - networks, partnerships, transnational mobilisations against war or for advocacy - which, in turn, have an impact on the ability to provide women with new paths to emancipation. Although globalising states and societies are becoming more interconnected, demarcating inequalities and forms of governance still exist. Parameters based on territoriality and national citizenship reinforce the unequal access to resources that women experience around the globe and thus have a hand in shaping women's agendas. The article concludes that although women may be able to acquire empowering tools through feminist transnational networks, these tools are not always capable of dismantling boundaries or weakening old hierarchies.

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Muslim women, fragmented secularism and the construction of interconnected ‘publics’ in Italy

Ruba Salih

This contribution will focus on the debates and questions arising in Italy around public Islam, young Muslim women and secularism. These debates shed a new light on the nature of Italian secularism, ultimately helping to reposition the accusation towards Islam as a threat to the secular public sphere. The paper aims at suggesting that there is hardly anything that makes Islam in Italy exceptionally and uniquely alien to secularism. Rather than Muslim constituencies, in Italy it is the Catholic Church that is striving to re‐occupy a position in the public sphere that has been shrinking since the 1970s. On the other hand, rather than challenging the nature of secularism and liberalism in Italy, young Muslim women are contributing to their expansion and redefinition.

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‘Muslim women’ in Europe

Secular normativities, bodily performances and multiple publics

Annelies Moors and Ruba Salih

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Book Reviews

Leyla Neyzi, Nida Alahmad, Nina Gren, Martha Lagace, Chelsey Ancliffe, and Susanne Bregnbæk

Sacrificial Limbs: Masculinity, Disability, and Political Violence in Turkey , By Salih Can Açıksöz. Berkeley: University of California Press, 2019. 272 pp. 19 illus. Paperback. ISBN 978-0-5203-0530-4. An engaging, sophisticated contribution

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Cynthia Browne, Proshant Chakraborty, Alice Clarebout, Melanie Vivier, Jan De Wolf, Deniz Duruiz, Karen Latricia Hough, Marija Ivanović, Irina Kretser, Anders Norge Lauridsen, and Monica Vasile

experience and evaluation of other contemporary German marriages might have been helpful in this respect. JAN DE WOLF Utrecht University (The Netherlands) Açıksöz, Salih Can. 2019. Sacrificial Limbs: Masculinity, Disability, and Political

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Brexit Referendum

First reactions from anthropology

Sarah Green, Chris Gregory, Madeleine Reeves, Jane K. Cowan, Olga Demetriou, Insa Koch, Michael Carrithers, Ruben Andersson, Andre Gingrich, Sharon Macdonald, Salih Can Açiksöz, Umut Yildirim, Thomas Hylland Eriksen, Cris Shore, Douglas R. Holmes, Michael Herzfeld, Marilyn Strathern, Casper Bruun Jensen, Keir Martin, Dimitris Dalakoglou, Georgos Poulimenakos, Stef Jansen, Čarna Brkovič, Thomas M. Wilson, Niko Besnier, Daniel Guinness, Mark Hann, Pamela Ballinger, and Dace Dzenovska

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Joel W. Abdelmoez, Lucia Volk, and Marcia C. Inhorn

levels of love that are explored throughout the book, ranging from friendship to devotion to obsession, and serves as a good steppingstone for the essays that follow. The second chapter, by Asaad Alsaleh, delves into Tayed Salih's Season of Migration

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Muslim Notables, French Colonial Officials, and the Washers of the Dead

Women and Gender Politics in Colonial Algeria

Augustin Jomier

administrative convocation. 32 This reinforcement of local male domination appears very clearly in a 1929 dispute over women's ability to travel. That year, in Berriane—one of the seven Mzab cities—Islamic scholars excommunicated ( barā‘a ) Ṣāliḥ Būdī, a

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String Theory and ‘The Man of Law’s Tale’

Where Is Constancy?

William A. Quinn

Salih, ed., A Companion to Middle English Hagiography (Rochester, NY: D.S. Brewer, 2006). 2 Helen Cooper, Oxford Guides to Chaucer, The Canterbury Tales (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1989), 132. 3 Riverside , 855 n33. 4 Richard Firth Green

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Donner la mort au gibier sur le territoire sacré de la Mecque

Une vieille controverse (VIIe-VIIIe siècles)

Hocine Benkheira

profane et si la proie meurt sur le territoire sacré, il est tenu à expiation. Il en est de même dans le cas inverse, si la proie quitte le territoire sacré pour mourir dans le territoire profane. 46 ‘Abd Allâh b. al-Zubayr (m. 692, Médine) Ṣâliḥ b. Kaysân