The Partition Motif in Contemporary Conflicts

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SAGE, 12.01.2007 - 381 Seiten
This important book is a conversation across cultures on the theme of partition and its far-reaching sociological implications for communal patterns, generational dynamics, and individual lives. While the governing imagery of partition is drawn from the context of India and Pakistan, the analysis explores similar processes vis-à-vis Israel and Palestine and East and West Germany. Developing the concept of 'partition-societies', the volume succinctly explains the social, economic, and political implications of such divisions.
 

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Inhalt

List of Illustrations
11
Udavastu Jibancr KabyaThe Rhyme of Refugee Life
17
Partition as a Challenge
55
Contesting Borders
75
Constructing Palestine through Surveillance Practices
122
The Punjabi Dhadi Tradition
145
Partition in the Fiction
167
Partition in a Palestinian
196
Partition of Bengal or Creation of aNation?
243
Living in the Shadow of Emergency in Palestine
283
Partition in Contemporary Struggles over Religious
297
Collective Memory and Obstacles
323
and the Relevance of German Reunification
344
About the Editors and Contributors
364
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Smita Tewari Jassal, anthropologist, teaches Gender and Development at Columbia University, New York. She has taught at SAIS, John Hopkins University and American University, Washington DC. She was Visiting Fellow at the Truman Institute for Peace, Hebrew University, Jerusalem (2003-05) and Senior Fellow at the Center for Women’s Development Studies (1995-2002). Author of Daughters of the Earth: Women and Land in Uttar Pradesh (2001), her forthcoming book explores gender constructs and oral traditions of marginalized castes and communities.

Eyal Ben-Ari was Professor of Anthropology at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and is currently Director of the Kinneret Center for Society, Security and Peace at Kinneret Academic College on the Sea of Galilee. He has carried out fieldwork on Japanese white-collar suburbs, institutions of early childhood education and the Japanese community in Singapore. In Israel, he has studied Jewish saint-worship and social and cultural aspects of the Israeli military. He is currently engaged in projects on Special Operations Forces, the Japanese Self-Defense Forces, anthropological approaches to civil-military relations and creativity in the creative industries.

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