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Contested Mediterranean Spaces
Contents
Figures
Tables
Abbreviations
Preface
Introduction
Part 1 — convalescing the Mediterranean?
Chapter 1 — On Bureaucratic Essentialism: developing the Mediterranean in eu Union Institutions
Chapter 2 — ecu 'Securitization' rules and the Southern 'Fortress-Europe'
Chapter three — finding the Mediterranean in tune: The Medi-Terra track Festival
Part 2 — nation, Capital and Resistance
Chapter four — areas of warfare, areas of reminiscence: well known Expressions of Politics in Postwar Beirut
Chapter five — Environmentalists in Malta: The becoming Voice of Civil Society
Chapter 6 — technological know-how and neighborhood dependent Environmental Activism, Mediterranean Coastal Biodiversity and the ecu: The Caretta caretta Case in Greece
Part three — Capital and Neighbourhood Governance
Chapter 7 — Contested Politics of the Mediterranean: megastar road and the fight for improvement in Bethlehem
Chapter eight — Contentious Politics in a Bosphorus Neighbourhood: views on clash and unity in the course of the 20th Century
Chapter nine — enjoying Snakes and Ladders in Ciutat de Mallorca: An Ethnographic method of the creation of the Neighbourhood Scale
Part four — remodeling Identities: mind's eye and Representations
Chapter 10 — Ethnicized Interreligious Conflicts in modern Granada, Spain
Chapter eleven — Governnance, Alliance and Resistance: Jewish Museums in Italy
Chapter 12 — The Making of domestic clear of domestic: The position of Ethno-cultural gala's in Contesting neighborhood Spaces
Chapter thirteen — Tears at the Border: The Case of Rachel's Tomb, Bethlehem, Palestine
Notes on Contributors
Index

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