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Stephen Luis Vilaseca

purse to buy your next meal, you will have to seek the help of your friends. You will begin to realize that if you have friends, money becomes less and less necessary. By creating a life in common with others, you are able to weather the precariousness of urban living. After the period of violence, five

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Ramona Mielusel

she belongs. As a graduate of the faculty of letters, she was concerned with the images that the popular media created of her birthplace and her community. Therefore, she felt motivated to become the voice of her ethnic community and express its concerns as well as the daily life challenges facing its

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Chaymaa Hassabo

Introduction Since demonstrations broke out all over Egypt on January 25th 2011, culminating in the toppling of Mubarak after 18 days of mass protests and inaugurating a “revolutionary situation” ( Tilly, 1978 ), observers have focused on the role of Shabâb al-thawra , the ‘youth of the revolution

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Diana Abbani

which became perceived as a route to progress and a marker of ‘taste’. Beirut Musical Production: Cosmopolitism, Education and Mutations New Modern Class, New Way of Life From the end of the nineteenth century, with its integration into the world economy and the proliferation of economic and political

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Nawal Nasrallah

dk , appendix 4, p. 81). The overall impression we get from reading the recipes in the Kanz is that cooks from all walks of life are encouraged to try them—if you cannot afford bee honey in cooking a variety of desserts with dates, no problem, use the cheaper sugar cane molasses instead (recipe

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Mohammad Massalha, Ilana Kaufman and Gal Levy

common the experience of living in a global, neoliberal, depoliticized digital age. Their activism shared the characteristics of a grassroots, rhizomatic, leaderless ad hoc activities that went beyond the spectrum of electoral politics, political parties, and civil society associations ( Castells 2012