popular culture and nationalism in lebanon the fairouz and rahbani nation

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Popular Culture And Nationalism In Lebanon

Author : Christopher Stone
ISBN : 9781135980153
Genre : Literary Collections
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Based on an award-winning thesis, this volume is a pioneering study of musical theatre and popular culture and its relation to the production of identity in Lebanon in the second half of the twentieth century. In the aftermath of the departure of the French from Lebanon and the civil violence of 1958, the Rahbani brothers (Asi and Mansour) staged a series of folkloric musical theatrical extravaganzas at the annual Ba‘labakk festival which highlighted the talents of Asi’s wife, the Lebanese diva Fairouz, arguably the most famous living Arab singer. The inclusion of these folkloric vignettes into the festival’s otherwise European dominated cultural agenda created a powerful nation-building combination of what Partha Chatterjee calls the ‘appropriation of the popular’ and the ‘classicization of tradition.’ The Rahbani project coincides with the confluence of increasing internal and external migration in Lebanon, as well as with the rapid development of mass media technology, of which the Ba'labakk festival can be seen as an extension. Employing theories of nationalism, modernity, globalism and locality, this book shows that these factors combined to give the project a potent identity-forming power. Popular Culture and Nationalism in Lebanon is the first study of Fairouz and the Rahbani family in English and will appeal to students and researchers in the field of Middle East studies, Popular culture and musical theatre.

Hizbullah And The Politics Of Remembrance

Author : Bashir Saade
ISBN : 9781316760482
Genre : Political Science
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Born out of the Israeli occupation of the South of Lebanon, the political armed group Hizbullah is a powerful player within both Lebanon and the wider Middle East. Understanding how Hizbullah has, since the 1980s, developed its own reading of the nature of the Lebanese state, national identity and historical narrative is central to grasping the political trajectory of the country. By examining the ideological production of Hizbullah, especially its underground newspaper Al Ahd, Bashir Saade offers an account of the intellectual continuity between the early phases of Hizbullah's emergence onto the political stage and its present day organization. Saade argues here that this early intellectual activity, involving an elaborate understanding of the past and history had a long lasting impact on later cultural production, one in which the notion and practice of Resistance has been central in developing national imaginaries.

The Lebanese Phoenician Nationalist Movement

Author : Basilius Bawardi
ISBN : 9781786720122
Genre : Political Science
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Should Lebanon be part of the Arab world? The question of belonging has formed the basis of the political, religious and cultural tensions in Lebanon, to the point that sectarian conflict on the country’s future contributed significantly to the outbreak of civil war in 1975. This book focuses on the development of the Phoenician-Lebanese movement that struggled against the hegemonic status of Arabic language and culture. The Phoenician-Lebanese were a predominantly Maronite Christian group who attempted to remove themselves from the Muslim and Arab world throughout the twentieth century. Their demands for self-definition as a nation and their desire to establish their own culture were rooted in the concept of their ancient Phoenician past.

Musical Renderings Of The Philippine Nation

Author : Christi-Anne Castro
ISBN : 9780199746408
Genre : History
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A cultural history of the Philippines during the 20th century, this title focuses on the relationships between music, performance, and ideologies of the nation. Christi-Anne Castro reveals how individuals and groups negotiate with and contest the power of the Philippine state to define the nation as a modern and hybrid entity.

Reviving Phoenicia

Author : Asher Kaufman
ISBN : 1860649823
Genre : History
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Reviving Phoenicia follows the social, intellectual and political development of the Phoenician myth of origin in Lebanon from the middle of the 19th century to the end of the 20th. Asher Kaufman demonstrates the role played by the lay, liberal Syrian-Lebanese who resided in Beirut, Alexandria and America towards the end of the 19th century in the birth and dissemination of this myth. Kaufman investigates the crucial place Phoenicianism occupied in the formation of Greater Lebanon in 1920. He also explores the way the Jesuit Order and the French authorities propagated this myth during the mandate years. The book also analyzes literary writings of different Lebanese who advocated this myth, and of others who opposed it.

The United States And The 1958 Lebanon Crisis

Author : Erika G. Alin
ISBN : UOM:39015032550991
Genre : History
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Interdialectical Lexical Compatibility In Arabic

Author : F. J. Cadora
ISBN : 9004060413
Genre : Arabic language
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Egypt As A Woman

Author : Beth Baron
ISBN : 0520238575
Genre : History
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"Fusing women's and gender history, recovering the stories of female activists while using theoretical tools that explore understandings of nationalism, this study also sheds important light on the workings of the Egyptian press and the history of photography in Egypt. It provides a deft and sophisticated portrayal of the vibrancy of women's political culture as well as its limitations."--BOOK JACKET.

Diaspora

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Genre : Cultural pluralism
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Journal Of Dramatic Theory And Criticism

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ISBN : UCR:31210024020701
Genre : Drama
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