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. 151. Nothing to Declare.  Dictaphone Group. Fig. 8.—p. 165. Nothing to Declare, field research, Lebanon, 2013.  Dictaphone Group. Fig. 9.—p. 166. Nothing to Declare, field research, Lebanon, 2013.  Dictaphone Group.

426 | KULTURKRITIK OHNE ZENTRUM Abbi ldungsnachweise Abbildung 1: Said, Edward. W. Out of Place: A Memoir. New York: Knopf, 1999. o.P. 66 Abbildung 2: ¼anafÍ, ¼asan. muqaddima fÍ þilm al-isti™rÁb [Einführung in die Wissenschaft der Okzidentalistik]. 2. Aufl. 1991; Beirut, Al-Muÿassasa al-‰amiþÍya li-d-DirÁsÁt wa-n-NaÊr, 2000. Umschlaggestaltung. 248 Abbildung 3: Tamáss: Contemporary Arab Representations Beirut/Lebanon 1. Hg. Catherine David. Barcelona: Fundació Antoni Tàpies, 2002. 128. 297 Abbildungen 4 u. 5: Tamáss: Contemporary Arab

The Emergence of a Translocal Village | 45 3. The Emergence of a Translocal Village Poverty’s children, where are they now, Torn autumn leaves? Where is my village that was, Those named paths Now asphalt roads? (’Araidi cit. in Lavie 1995: 421) Places and Emotional Landscapes 1The village of Zrariye lies in the south of Lebanon. Part of the Saida district (mohafazah), it is situated on a hill plateau approximately 300m above sea level in the triangle between the southern towns of Saida (Sidon), Sour (Tyre) 2and Nabatiye , between the Mediterranean coast

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Theater in Lebanon Tarek Salloukh studied drama and theater arts at the Leb an ese University in Beirut. As actor and director, he performed in the theaters of the Lebanese capital for many years. He concluded his studies with a Ph.D. at the University of Konstanz in South Germa- ny, where he now lives. TAREK SALLOUKH Theater in Lebanon. Production, Reception, and Confessionalism [transcript] Bibliographie information published by Die Deutsche Bibliothek Die Deutsche Bibliothek lists this publication in the Deutsche N ationalbibliografie; detailed

Beyond Translocality | 165 6. Beyond Translocality Lebanon can be saved because it is mixed, hybrid, composite: its history is the history of hybridity, mixture, tolerance. (Edward Said in Khalaf 1993: 13) Cosmopolitans and Translocals Not all Zrariye migrants are translocals. For a variety of reasons, some people sever ties with the families they leave behind. While some do so because they lack even the minimal resources to fulfil their obligations to relatives at home, others may abandon their connections because they experience the translocal village

interested in the public sphere often focus on the macro-level, studying political communication and searching for the realisation of a Haber- masian, communicative ideal-type of critical debate, I approach publicness within the frame of practice theory, based on the assumption that it is made and realised by specific practices. I understand publicness as a dynamic and socially organised 1 I wrote my first (unpublished) paper on Lebanese blogging for a Summer School course in 2009 on the topic

Literatur ‹ ‚ ‘ * } ‘ Œ8 * ‘ ~& =* Lynne Rienner Publishers 1997. Avi-Ran, Reuven: The Syrian Involvement in Lebanon Since 1975, West- view Press 1991. von Bieberstein, Johannes Rogalla: Die These von der Verschwörung, 1776-1945, Frankfurt a.M.: Peter Lang 1980. Brunnhuber, Ulrich H.: Die Libanonkrise – US Intervention im Zeichen der Eisenhower Doktrin?, Hamburg: LIT-Verlag 1997. Featherstone, Mark: »The obscure politics of conspiracy theories«, in: Jane Parish/Martin Parker (Hg.), The Age of Anxiety, S. 31-45. { ~‘"*‡ \ Š ~< - on in Lebanon and the

Notes | 179 Notes Preface 1 Between 1998 and 1999, I worked on the project “Gender, Locality and Confessionalism: Changing Local Identities in Multi-Confessional Villages in Lebanon” and in this context carried out several months of anthropological fieldwork in the village of Joun/Mount Lebanon. Between 2000 and 2002, I worked on the project “Translocal Actors: Vision and Practice of Social Change in Lebanon”. Both projects were funded by the German Research Council (DFG). Chapter 1 1 On the production of locality and translocality, cf., for example, Luig

The Translocal Village in Practice | 85 4. The Translocal Village in Practice Where is Lagos? When are they coming home? MEA (Middle Eastern Airlines) has the connection. The wedding was in Jeddah. I was in Paris. 1MEA (Middle Eastern Airlines) has the connection. Moving People The vast majority of early migrants who left South Lebanon and moved to unknown faraway countries at the end of the nineteenth century were young 2single men. They stayed abroad for many years, in many cases never to return. Most of the literature available on the subject has

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Anja Peleikis Lebanese in Motion 2003-07-17 12-06-58 --- Projekt: transcript.kusp.peleikis / Dokument: FAX ID 01d326803551408|(S. 1 ) T00_01 Schmutztitel.p 26803551448 In loving memory of Hajjeh Zahra and Hajj Nahme and to Djamil Paul Anja Peleikis is a postdoctoral research fellow at the Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology in Halle/Saale, Germany. Having worked on Lebanese transnational migration and mixed Christian/Muslim localities in the context of civil war and displacement, she has recently switched her regional focus from