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Sharing Sacred Spaces in the Mediterranean: Christians, Muslims, and Jews at Shrines and Sanctuaries
Introduction by Maria Couroucli 1. Identification and Identity Formation around Shared Shrines in West Bank Palestine and Western Macedonia / Glenn Bowman 2. The Vakef: Sharing Religious Space inExpand
“Why Are You Mixing what Cannot be Mixed?” Shared Devotions in the Monotheisms
This paper focuses on the religious mixture in Mediterranean history. Here people of different religions have long lived intermingled. More generally, as it is widely known since at least Braudel’sExpand
The Mediterranean as an anthropological laboratory
Many controversies about the anthropology of the Mediterranean are implicitly con cerned with the notion of "place". Are the "places" studied by anthropologists representative or even meaningful? IsExpand
The Peasant Family in Northern Italy, 1750-1930: a Reassessment
Northernmost Italy is a land of great ecological variability, providing a natural laboratory for examining the impact of environmental factors on demography and society. A sharp contrast betweenExpand
Anthropology of the Mediterranean: Between Crisis and Renewal
During the 1960s and 1970s, the development of Anglophone anthropology in the Mediterranean produced several efforts to establish a circum‐Mediterranean perspective. By the 1980s, several criticismsExpand
Religious Diversity in Pilgrimages