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  • Author:
    Diane E. King
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    0415550262
  • ISBN13:
    978-0415550260
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    Routledge (December 22, 2009)
  • Pages:
    178 pages
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Middle Eastern Belongings has been added to your Cart. She sums up the book's chapters as "hav in common attention to various ways of belonging in (and, in the case of the European headscarf debates, adjacent to and with reference to) the Middle East.

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Middle Eastern Belongings. King, Diane E. Walmart 9780415550260. Belongings can be possessions, objects closely associated with one's deepest notions of identity. Both kinds of belongings pertain to people and the kindreds, ethnic groups, and nations (and/or states) they call their own.

DIANE E. KING is an assistant professor of anthropology at the University of Kentucky. Close X. Learn about new offers and get more deals by joining our newsletter.

Anthropologist Diane E. King has written about everyday life in the Kurdistan Region of Iraq, which covers much . King has written about everyday life in the Kurdistan Region of Iraq, which covers much of the area long known as Iraqi Kurdistan. Following the overthrow of Saddam Hussein’s Ba’thist Iraqi government by the United States and its allies in 2003, Kurdistan became a recognized part of the federal Iraqi system.

Thisbook features chapters that examine the various ways of belonging in the Middle East. Belonging can mean fitting in, feeling at home, feeling a part; this kind of belonging is profoundly social. Belongings can be possessions, objects closely associated with one’s deepest notions of identity. Both kinds of belongings pertain to people and the kindreds, ethnic groups, and nations (and/or states) they call their own. Belongings of both kinds are, more often than not, emplaced and territorialized.

All of the chapters treat Middle Eastern collectivities as sites of anguished cultural projects. All use metaphor: national territory as woman, national resolve as cactus, and so on. None is reductionistic; belonging is rendered in its complexity, with its agonies as well as its joys. All could be identified with a growing genre of work on belonging. At the heart of each are the bonds that comprise belonging. Each one conveys both belonging’s messiness and its joys, and touches as much as it argues and elaborates.

This book was published as a special issue ofIdentities: Global Studies in Culture and Power.