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  • Inhabiting the Margins: Middle Eastern Minorities Revisited
    • Abstract: A century ago, with World War I marking the Middle East region's bloody passage from Ottoman domination to another imperial order, the fate of certain politically vulnerable populations—whether marked in terms of ethnicity, language, religion, or all three—was a global concern. One hundred years later, what we conveniently but ambiguously call Middle Eastern minorities—some of them seemingly the same as before, others appearing to be newly emerged, all of them profoundly affected by World War I and its aftermath—are once again in the headlines. While anthropologists have not been silent about the unfolding events, most of our work has responded very slowly to the current developments. Not surprisingly, other voices ... Read More
      Keywords: Turkmen; Turkish literature; Turkmen literature; Bedouins; Land use; Nationalism; Belonging (Social psychology); Mizrahim; Israel; Turkey; Government, Resistance to; Kurds; Jews; Dumont, Louis,; Islam; Belonging (Social psychology); Greece; Financial
      PubDate: 2017-04-18T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Trans-border Minority Activism and Kin-state Politics: The Case of Iraqi
           Turkmen and Turkish Interventionism
    • Abstract: It was my second visit to the Istanbul office of the Iraqi Turks Culture and Charity Association (Irak Türkleri Kültür ve Yardımlaşma Derneği), housed in a flat of a five-story building centrally located in Aksaray, one of the old quarters of the city. The occasion was the 46th annual commemoration of "the Kirkuk Massacre of 14 July 1959." No sooner than the ceremony ended, I decided to walk around the office and take some pictures, before returning to mingle with those among whom I would end up doing ethnographic research. That is how I encountered the object that would spark my interest in the subject of this article: a framed poster, idly stood up on a stack of chairs in one of the rooms set aside for storage ... Read More
      Keywords: Turkmen; Turkish literature; Turkmen literature; Bedouins; Land use; Nationalism; Belonging (Social psychology); Mizrahim; Israel; Turkey; Government, Resistance to; Kurds; Jews; Dumont, Louis,; Islam; Belonging (Social psychology); Greece; Financial
      PubDate: 2017-04-18T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Seeing and Unseeing Like a State: House Demolitions, Healthcare, and the
           Politics of Invisibility in Southern Israel
    • Abstract: Khalīl1 and I met in the local healthcare clinic on a sunny, but cold winter morning; one of many mornings in southern Israel whose sunshine fooled me into foregoing a coat. Khalīl was waiting to be the seen by Dr. Khātem, a pediatrician I was shadowing that morning. As Dr. Khātem finished the laboratory testing for a previous patient, Khalīl and I chatted. Originally from the West Bank, Khalīl had married a Bedouin woman, an Israeli citizen, over a decade ago. He moved to the Negev/Naqab, the southern region of Israel, where he and his wife began building their life and family together.2 As part of the family unification policy, officials from Israel's Ministry of Interior granted Khalīl a temporary identification ... Read More
      Keywords: Turkmen; Turkish literature; Turkmen literature; Bedouins; Land use; Nationalism; Belonging (Social psychology); Mizrahim; Israel; Turkey; Government, Resistance to; Kurds; Jews; Dumont, Louis,; Islam; Belonging (Social psychology); Greece; Financial
      PubDate: 2017-04-18T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Peripheral Nationhood: Negotiating Israeliness from the Margins of the
           State
    • Abstract: Located near the Israeli–Lebanese border, the residents of Kiryat Shemona in the Northern Galilee are mostly Mizrahim, that is Jews descending from Arab and Muslim lands.1 Scholars have tried to deconstruct the markers of the Mizrahi category, asking how they became frozen in social categories or institutionalized by a combination of legal, bureaucratic, and political mechanisms (Shohat 2010, Khazzom 2005, Shenhav 2006, Yiftachel 2006). Scholarship has concentrated on the absorption of the Mizrahim into Israel (Eistenstadt 1954), their encounter with the state, their mobilization through politics (Shafir and Peled 2002, Lehmann and Siebzehner 2006), and Mizrahi activism and feminism (Chetrit 2006; Lavie 2011 ... Read More
      Keywords: Turkmen; Turkish literature; Turkmen literature; Bedouins; Land use; Nationalism; Belonging (Social psychology); Mizrahim; Israel; Turkey; Government, Resistance to; Kurds; Jews; Dumont, Louis,; Islam; Belonging (Social psychology); Greece; Financial
      PubDate: 2017-04-18T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Margins of the Archive: Torture, Heroism, and the Ordinary in Prison No.
           5, Turkey
    • Abstract: On September 12, 1980, Turkish Armed Forces declared a coup d'état, which toppled down the democratically elected government, revoked constitutional rights and freedoms, and banned all political parties, associations, and unions. Having suspended the rule of law, the junta regime established special detention centers for the persecution of several hundred thousand political activists from all over Turkey. The most notorious of the detention centers was the Diyarbakır military prison, known as Prison No. 5, where Kurds from all walks of life were confined. Between 1980 and 1984, civilians' access to this prison was strictly forbidden, including detainees' lawyers, family members, and human rights activists. ... Read More
      Keywords: Turkmen; Turkish literature; Turkmen literature; Bedouins; Land use; Nationalism; Belonging (Social psychology); Mizrahim; Israel; Turkey; Government, Resistance to; Kurds; Jews; Dumont, Louis,; Islam; Belonging (Social psychology); Greece; Financial
      PubDate: 2017-04-18T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Musical Jews: Listening for Hierarchy in Colonial Algeria and Beyond
    • Abstract: The scholarly literature on Muslim–Jewish relations in the Maghrib has long been divided between what Shlomo Deshen (1989:123) has called the integrationist model and the conflict model.1 The first evokes an image of Jewish integration within the Maghribi social fabric, with crosscutting person-to-person ties overcoming ethnoreligious insularity. The second evokes an image of Jewish marginality and insecurity, with ethnoreligious categories and their institutional instantiations profoundly shaping the fate of Maghribi Jewish communities living under Muslim-majority rule.2 Although more recent generations of scholars have been wary of making such sweeping judgments, the traces of such "ambivalence" (Bilu and Levy ... Read More
      Keywords: Turkmen; Turkish literature; Turkmen literature; Bedouins; Land use; Nationalism; Belonging (Social psychology); Mizrahim; Israel; Turkey; Government, Resistance to; Kurds; Jews; Dumont, Louis,; Islam; Belonging (Social psychology); Greece; Financial
      PubDate: 2017-04-18T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Energy Talk, Temporality, and Belonging in Austerity Greece
    • Abstract: On the sparsely vegetated Plain of Thessaly in central Greece, summer temperatures soar above 40° celsius for weeks on end. Now, in December, the frosty Plain is desolate. In some places, almost all the trees have disappeared. The road to the cemetery in the small village of Livadi, 5 kilometers outside of the town of Trikala where I have conducted ethnographic research since 2003, is scattered with twigs and small branches—remnants of a recent search for firewood. Just beyond the headstones, glimmering in the winter sun, ten large photovoltaic (solar) panels stand on prime agricultural land. Since the solar program was introduced in 2006, the region has gone photovoltaic-crazy. From home installations to ... Read More
      Keywords: Turkmen; Turkish literature; Turkmen literature; Bedouins; Land use; Nationalism; Belonging (Social psychology); Mizrahim; Israel; Turkey; Government, Resistance to; Kurds; Jews; Dumont, Louis,; Islam; Belonging (Social psychology); Greece; Financial
      PubDate: 2017-04-18T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Operationalizing New Biopolitical Theory for Anthropological Inquiry
    • Abstract: Just over 20 years ago, Paul Rabinow coined the term "biosociality" in his 1996 work, "Artificiality and Enlightenment: From Sociobiology to Biosociality." Since then, scholarly work on biosociality and related concepts such as biological citizenship have expanded Foucault's theories of biopolitics, updating them for the 21st century. In this commentary, I review several of these interrelated theories, for which I use the overarching term "new biopolitical theory." Based on a close reading of the literature, I propose a schema for operationalizing new biopolitical theory and provide a coding model that can be used in future projects in a variety of research settings. I illustrate this model with examples from my ... Read More
      Keywords: Turkmen; Turkish literature; Turkmen literature; Bedouins; Land use; Nationalism; Belonging (Social psychology); Mizrahim; Israel; Turkey; Government, Resistance to; Kurds; Jews; Dumont, Louis,; Islam; Belonging (Social psychology); Greece; Financial
      PubDate: 2017-04-18T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Project Fukushima! Performativity and the Politics of Festival in
           Post-3/11 Japan
    • Abstract: On August 15, 2011, only a few months after the March 11 triple disaster of the tsunami, earthquake, and nuclear accident at Fukushima Daiichi, a music festival brought audiences in the thousands to Fukushima City. Organized by experimental guitarist Otomo Yoshihide, Endo Michirō (of the infamous 1980s punk group, The Stalin) and poet Wago Ryoichi,1 Project Fukushima! was celebrated with concerts, parades, and spontaneous bursts of sociality. Musicians conducted collective improvisations and marched through the streets, a children's orchestra played, and the crowd sat on a gigantic hand-sewn quilt designed to protect festivalgoers from the irradiated land. International performances were arranged in cities around ... Read More
      Keywords: Turkmen; Turkish literature; Turkmen literature; Bedouins; Land use; Nationalism; Belonging (Social psychology); Mizrahim; Israel; Turkey; Government, Resistance to; Kurds; Jews; Dumont, Louis,; Islam; Belonging (Social psychology); Greece; Financial
      PubDate: 2017-04-18T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • The Uses and Abuses of Collective Memory
    • Abstract: One of Michel Foucault's enduring scholarly legacies is his formulation of biopolitics as a potent force in our lives. What he had in mind, among other issues, was the pervasive and comprehensive power of states and industries to affect all aspects of life. Power, for Foucault, could insinuate itself into all microphysical social and physical contact and thus disciplined bodies and minds alike. Ever since his death in 1984, we are looking for ways of shaking off his gloomy observation that rings true and yet we wish to resist (Foucault 2003:242–243).Quite surprisingly, Foucault did not relate the concept of biopolitics, or biopower, to racism and colonialism as Robert Young observed already in 1995. For Foucault ... Read More
      Keywords: Turkmen; Turkish literature; Turkmen literature; Bedouins; Land use; Nationalism; Belonging (Social psychology); Mizrahim; Israel; Turkey; Government, Resistance to; Kurds; Jews; Dumont, Louis,; Islam; Belonging (Social psychology); Greece; Financial
      PubDate: 2017-04-18T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Reterritorialization of the Body: Ethnographies of Emergent
           Biotechnologies
    • Abstract: Consider this: a pig's heart pumping blood through a human's veins, after that human's heart has failed to sustain the same vital pulse. A prosthetic arm controlled by a veteran amputee's neurons, with sensory feedback enabling the sense of touch where previously nothing could be felt. A suicide victim's kidney seeking social and moral salvation, implanting itself into another's physical form. These glimpses, taken from ethnographies on biotechnological bodily interventions, speak to burgeoning realities that complicate our notion of what is—and isn't—the human body.A wave of recent critical literatures on emergent biotechnologies, which I engage here, challenge and trouble classical anthropology of the body. In ... Read More
      Keywords: Turkmen; Turkish literature; Turkmen literature; Bedouins; Land use; Nationalism; Belonging (Social psychology); Mizrahim; Israel; Turkey; Government, Resistance to; Kurds; Jews; Dumont, Louis,; Islam; Belonging (Social psychology); Greece; Financial
      PubDate: 2017-04-18T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • The Mushroom at the End of the World: On the Possibility of Life in
           Capitalist Ruins by Anna Lowenhaupt Tsing (review)
    • Abstract: Halfway through The Mushroom at the End of the World, Anna Tsing remarks that "Mushroom tracks are elusive and enigmatic; following them takes me on a wild ride—trespassing every boundary" (137). Tsing's latest exploration of what is now a trilogy on the intimate entanglements of capitalism is both a wild ride and a boundary blurring ethnography. The Mushrooms at the End of the World picks up on themes developed earlier by Tsing in her work about the Meratus Dayak's understandings of their histories of engagement with outsiders (Tsing 1993), and her examination of the messy encounters of capitalism on resource frontiers (Tsing 2005). Asking "How might capitalism look without assuming progress?" (5), Tsing dives ... Read More
      Keywords: Turkmen; Turkish literature; Turkmen literature; Bedouins; Land use; Nationalism; Belonging (Social psychology); Mizrahim; Israel; Turkey; Government, Resistance to; Kurds; Jews; Dumont, Louis,; Islam; Belonging (Social psychology); Greece; Financial
      PubDate: 2017-04-18T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Sustaining the Nation: The Making and Moving of Language and Nation by
           Monica Heller, Lindsay A. Bell, Michelle Daveluy et al. (review)
    • Abstract: Modern Canada has offered a compelling, if perennially contested, model of official bilingualism and multiculturalist policies, upheld until recently by a robust welfare state. However, as nation-based structures grapple with the forces of economic globalization, how do protected minorities adapt to transformations that seemingly undermine the country's so-called "cultural compact"?1Ambitiously co-authored by Monica Heller, Lindsay A. Bell, Michelle Daveluy, Mireille McLaughlin, and Hubert Noël, Sustaining the Nation: The Making and Moving of Language and Nation examines the adaptation of Francophones from eastern Canada to the changes wrought by the boom in primary resource extraction in the northwestern regions ... Read More
      Keywords: Turkmen; Turkish literature; Turkmen literature; Bedouins; Land use; Nationalism; Belonging (Social psychology); Mizrahim; Israel; Turkey; Government, Resistance to; Kurds; Jews; Dumont, Louis,; Islam; Belonging (Social psychology); Greece; Financial
      PubDate: 2017-04-18T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Religious Difference in a Secular Age: A Minority Report by Saba Mahmood
           (review)
    • Abstract: In the last two decades, there have been some original developments in the anthropology of religion. Within it, the anthropology of Islam seems to have made impressive contributions that significantly enrich and nuance our understanding of this important dimension of human existence. Talal Asad (1993, 2003) made a clear rupture in the field when he demonstrated that what we commonly call religion is a category of the Enlightenment unseparated from the category of the secular and that religion itself is defined by the secular state. Several of Asad's students have built on his thoughts and provided original contributions to the anthropology of Islam (Hirschkind 2006, Agrama 2012). Among them is Saba Mahmood, who ... Read More
      Keywords: Turkmen; Turkish literature; Turkmen literature; Bedouins; Land use; Nationalism; Belonging (Social psychology); Mizrahim; Israel; Turkey; Government, Resistance to; Kurds; Jews; Dumont, Louis,; Islam; Belonging (Social psychology); Greece; Financial
      PubDate: 2017-04-18T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Everyday Piety: Islam and Economy in Jordan by Sarah A. Tobin (review)
    • Abstract: Everyday Piety explores the lives of middle-class, pious Muslims in Jordan's cosmopolitan capital of Amman. It comes at a time when Muslim lifeways continue to be discussed in popular media through a narrow security discourse that is often oblivious to the far more mundane practices that define the faith for the vast majority of its one billion-plus adherents. With its stated commitment to the "everyday," the book is well positioned to do the interesting work that so many of the more sensation-alistic titles cluttering the "Middle Eastern" section of a typical bookstore cannot. While it does engage (particularly in the conclusion) with broader political upheavals in the region like the Arab Spring, its primary ... Read More
      Keywords: Turkmen; Turkish literature; Turkmen literature; Bedouins; Land use; Nationalism; Belonging (Social psychology); Mizrahim; Israel; Turkey; Government, Resistance to; Kurds; Jews; Dumont, Louis,; Islam; Belonging (Social psychology); Greece; Financial
      PubDate: 2017-04-18T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Recovery's Edge: An Ethnography of Mental Health Care and Moral Agency by
           Neely Laurenzo Myers (review)
    • Abstract: "Recovery" has been a dominant paradigm shaping mental health policy in the United States since the turn of the millennium. A treatment philosophy that emerged from the disaster of deinstitutionalization and the disappointment of the psychopharmaceutical revolution, it draws on sources eclectic as antipsychiatry, the psychiatric survivors and consumer rights movements, and psychosocial rehabilitation (Braslow 2013). Recovery advocates envision a new system of care that produces citizens no longer doomed by the hopelessness of biological reductionism, nor dependent on social services. The central precepts of recovery have been summarized as: renewing a sense of possibility, regaining competencies, reconnecting and ... Read More
      Keywords: Turkmen; Turkish literature; Turkmen literature; Bedouins; Land use; Nationalism; Belonging (Social psychology); Mizrahim; Israel; Turkey; Government, Resistance to; Kurds; Jews; Dumont, Louis,; Islam; Belonging (Social psychology); Greece; Financial
      PubDate: 2017-04-18T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Rebranding Islam: Piety, Prosperity, and a Self-Help Guru by James Bourk
           Hoesterey (review)
    • Abstract: In this well written ethnography, Hoesterey places the fascinating story of the "rise and fall" of a popular Muslim televangelist (or "tele-dai") in the broader context of contemporary anthropological and religious studies debates about spiritual authority, Muslim subjectivity, and the politics of public piety. Based on more than two years of fieldwork with remarkable access to sources, he chronicles the striking rise of Yan Gymnastiar, born in 1962 in Bandung, West Java, the eldest of four children. The name "Gymnastiar" was coined by his father who worked as a physical education teacher before later being enlisted by the military when the boy was four years old. The name Abdullah was bestowed by the imam of the ... Read More
      Keywords: Turkmen; Turkish literature; Turkmen literature; Bedouins; Land use; Nationalism; Belonging (Social psychology); Mizrahim; Israel; Turkey; Government, Resistance to; Kurds; Jews; Dumont, Louis,; Islam; Belonging (Social psychology); Greece; Financial
      PubDate: 2017-04-18T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Airport Urbanism: Infrastructure and Mobility in Asia by Max Hirsch
           (review)
    • Abstract: Air travel in Asia often invokes images of elite businessmen in designer suits traveling by high-speed rail to a shiny new "starchitect"-designed passenger terminal. International flight can be assumed to be the domain of the elite. In Airport Urbanism, Max Hirsch has us look to the infrastructures that are serving the less-privileged populations of Asia. By focusing on the aviation infrastructures that serve the non-elite, Hirsch provides insight into who he terms the nouveaux globalisés and their impact on urban form. The nouveaux globalisés are constrained by income or citizenship in their ability to be mobile; yet, they have the desire or the need to fly. They are finding ways to travel internationally outside ... Read More
      Keywords: Turkmen; Turkish literature; Turkmen literature; Bedouins; Land use; Nationalism; Belonging (Social psychology); Mizrahim; Israel; Turkey; Government, Resistance to; Kurds; Jews; Dumont, Louis,; Islam; Belonging (Social psychology); Greece; Financial
      PubDate: 2017-04-18T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • The Struggling State: Nationalism, Mass Militarization, and the Education
           of Eritrea by Jennifer Riggan (review)
    • Abstract: The Struggling State sets out to investigate "how citizens imagine their state and nation when they experience the state as turning against them" (3) or, put in a different way, the book "explores the tenuous hyphen between nation and state under lived conditions of everyday authoritarianism" (32). Its case study is the country of Eritrea in the Horn of Africa, and the above dynamics are being investigated mainly through the eyes of a group of secondary school teachers, a group that Riggan herself belonged to as a Peace Corps volunteer a number of years before embarking on this study. Riggan thus has detailed knowledge about her setting from an insider's perspective and over a prolonged period of time, which is a ... Read More
      Keywords: Turkmen; Turkish literature; Turkmen literature; Bedouins; Land use; Nationalism; Belonging (Social psychology); Mizrahim; Israel; Turkey; Government, Resistance to; Kurds; Jews; Dumont, Louis,; Islam; Belonging (Social psychology); Greece; Financial
      PubDate: 2017-04-18T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • The Emotional Politics of Racism: How Feelings Trump Facts in an Era of
           Colorblindness by Paula Ioanide (review)
    • Abstract: In the social sciences, there is a dearth of scholarship connecting the politics of emotion with the politics of racism. Paula loanide's work in The Emotional Politics of Racism: How Feelings Trump Facts in an Era of Colorblindness makes a significant contribution toward filling this gap by showing the ways in which emotion reinforces structural and institutional racism. With this project, she argues that we need to recognize public feelings as currency in emotional economies, a metaphor that captures how many US citizens feel about an investment in gendered and racial discrimination and violence, which comes to be expressed through political desires, pleasures, fears, and/or anxieties. By focusing on the impact of ... Read More
      Keywords: Turkmen; Turkish literature; Turkmen literature; Bedouins; Land use; Nationalism; Belonging (Social psychology); Mizrahim; Israel; Turkey; Government, Resistance to; Kurds; Jews; Dumont, Louis,; Islam; Belonging (Social psychology); Greece; Financial
      PubDate: 2017-04-18T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Occupational Hazards: Sex, Business, and HIV in Post-Mao China by Elanah
           Uretsky (review)
    • Abstract: Elanah Uretsky's potent ethnography demonstrates how China's burgeoning HIV/AIDs epidemic is intimately related to the everyday practices of Chinese government officials and businessmen. Her unflinching analysis and clear prose shine the spotlight on these elite men, challenging public health scholars and policymakers to rethink conventional understandings of risk and vulnerability in order to mount an effective campaign to address sexually transmitted infections in China. As a socio-cultural anthropologist based at George Washington University's Milken Institute School of Public Health, Uretsky offers a powerful counterpoint to dominant global health paradigms through detailed fieldwork in southwest China. Public ... Read More
      Keywords: Turkmen; Turkish literature; Turkmen literature; Bedouins; Land use; Nationalism; Belonging (Social psychology); Mizrahim; Israel; Turkey; Government, Resistance to; Kurds; Jews; Dumont, Louis,; Islam; Belonging (Social psychology); Greece; Financial
      PubDate: 2017-04-18T00:00:00-05:00
       
  • Remote Avant-Garde: Aboriginal Art under Occupation by Jennifer Loureide
           Biddle (review)
    • Abstract: Remote Avant-Garde: Aboriginal Art under Occupation, by Jennifer Loureide Biddle, is a welcome addition to the literature on Indigenous Australian art, and more broadly to anthropologies of art, Indigenous Australia, and global Indigenous arts and aesthetics. I heartily recommend it to anyone in those fields, and would happily teach with it in anthropology, art history, art/artworlds, and museum studies.The monograph's main theme is the revelation of tradition via experimental art practice in Australia's Western Desert. Biddle asserts that contemporary production—in all its myriad forms—is a form of life-making for Aboriginal people (205) in a nation-state that not only refuses to recognize them on/in their own ... Read More
      Keywords: Turkmen; Turkish literature; Turkmen literature; Bedouins; Land use; Nationalism; Belonging (Social psychology); Mizrahim; Israel; Turkey; Government, Resistance to; Kurds; Jews; Dumont, Louis,; Islam; Belonging (Social psychology); Greece; Financial
      PubDate: 2017-04-18T00:00:00-05:00
       
 
 
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