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vereinfa- chenden und verallgemeinernden Kulturalismus eine Absage erteilen, der 68 Vgl. Nelken (Fn. 48), S. 82 f. 69 Z.B. Günter Bierbrauer hat sich solcher bedient, um empirische Rechtskulturfor- schung zu betreiben, s. „Toward an Understanding of Legal Culture: Variations in Individualism and Collectivism between Kurds, Lebanese, and Germans“, in: Law and Society Review, 1994, S. 243 (S. 245 ff.). 70 Freek Bruinsma, „Dutch internal legal culture“, in: Brand/Strempel (Fn. 9), S. 369-379 (S. 377). 71 S

a Society in Transition«. In: Lithuania in the World 14, Nr. 5, http://www.liw.lt/archive_vid.php?shid=1163068153&id=1163066087 vom 20.11.2011. Donskis, Leonidas (2006): »Another Word for Uncertainty: Anti-Semitism in Modern Lithuania«. In: NORDEUROPA forum 1, S. 7-26. Hedgepth, Sonja M./Saidel, Rochelle (2010): »Introduction«. In: Sonja M. Hedgepth/ Rochelle Saidel (Hg.), Sexual Violence against Jewish Women during the Holocaust (= HBI Series on Jewish Women), Lebanon: University Press of New England, S. 1-10. Horowitz, Sarah, R. (1999): »Women in the

, Trinidad’s ethnic composition was further complicated by the indenture of Portuguese and Chinese groups to supply plantation labour. However, these groups were not found suitable for the arduous labour of plantation work and instead became involved in grocery and dry goods trading. After World War II, the Syrians and Lebanese joined the already diverse population growing in Trinidad. Further- more, the importation of approximately 144,000 indentured la- bourers from India (from 1838 to 1917) had a profound impact on the demographics of the island’s society in

, located in modern day Lebanon, where Europa regularly plays with her friends. Europa is somewhat afraid of the tame bull at first but soon begins to touch him, decorates him with flowers 17 | Berry: Visual Poetry, p. 1365. 18 | Ian Davidson: Ideas of Space in Contemporary Poetry. Basingstoke 2007, p. 1. 19 | Davidson: Ideas of Space, p. 1. 20 | Moniza Alvi: Europa. Tarset 2008. 21 | Moniza Alvi: Foreword. In: Sorcha Gunne/Zoë Brigley Thompson (eds.): Femi- nism, Literature and Rape Narratives. Violence and Violation. New York 2010, p. xii. Moniza Alvi’s Europa

]n certain neighborhoods you should rather not be a woman, a homosexual, a 124 Cornelia Möser Jew, not even French or white.”15 She has also been called courageous by the former number two of the FN, Florian Philippot, who was outed as gay by the magazine Closer in 2014 and who described her courage for refusing to put on a headscarf when visiting Lebanon in February 2017 during her presidential campaign as a “beautiful message of emancipation and freedom sent to women in France and in the world.”16 Thehugemobilization efforts of the LMPT have had amassive impact on French

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Anthropological Insti- tute 12 (1): 1-18. Spasić, Ivana 2000: Woman-Victim and Woman-Citizen: Some Notes on the »Feminist« Discourse on War. In: Slapšak, Svetlana (Hg.): War Discourse, Women’s Discourse: Essays and Case-Studies from Yugoslavia and Russia. Ljubljana: Topos. 343-357. Stamm, Sybille 2006: Social Networks Among Return Migrants to Post-War Lebanon. CIS Working Paper 9: 1-49. Stegbauer, Christian 2002: Reziprozität: Einführung in soziale Formen der Gegenseitigkeit. Wiesbaden: Westdeutscher Verlag. Stieger, Cyrill 2007: Detaillierte Opferzahlen zum Bosnien

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Feminism, in: International Journal of Middle East Studies 24, S. 231-251. Jacobsen, Lenz (2016): „Bürgerwehr: Sicherheit, selbst gemacht“, in: ZEIT online vom 15.01.2016. „Tahrirplatz in Köln“? | 253 Joseph, Suad (1997): „The Public/Private: The Imagined Boundary in the Imagined Nation/State/Community: The Lebanese Case“, in: Feminist Review 57, S. 73-92. Junghans, Daniela (2016): „Teil 2: Die politischen Folgen“, in: WDR- Morgenecho vom 20.12.2016. Kandiyoti, Deniz (1988): „Bargaining with Patriarchy“, in: Gender and So- ciety 2, S. 274-290. Kempkens