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ISBN:0807831832
Author: miriam cooke,Erdag Göknar,Grant Parker
ISBN13: 978-0807831830
Title: Mediterranean Passages: Readings from Dido to Derrida
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Language: English
Category: History and Criticism
Publisher: The University of North Carolina Press; New edition edition (October 20, 2008)
Pages: 416

Mediterranean Passages: Readings from Dido to Derrida by miriam cooke,Erdag Göknar,Grant Parker



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Turkish-American scholar Dr. Erdağ Göknar is Assistant Professor of Turkish Studies at Duke University as well as a literary translator. In 2008, Göknar translated famous modernist Turkish author Ahmet Hamdi Tanpınar′s iconic novel "A Mind at Peace" (Archipelago, 2008), which was supported by a translation grant from the National Endowment for the Arts. Currently, Dr. Göknar is a fellow at the Stanford Humanities Center, where he is writing a book on the modern Turkish novel in Turkish and Orhan Pamuk′s place in Turkey′s literary tradition.

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The Mediterranean is the meeting point of three continents--Asia, Africa, and Europe--as well as three major monotheistic religions--Islam, Judaism, and Christianity. Focusing on global networks and cultural exchanges, Mediterranean Passages collects writings from across 3,000 years to provide a pan-Mediterranean perspective of the cultural, political, and economic relations that crisscross the region, linking people and places from antiquity to the present.From Homer's hymn to Apollo to the writing of French-Algerian philosopher Jacques Derrida, from the contemporary accounts of North African Berber conqueror Tariq ibn al-Yazid to the journalism of American I. F. Stone, this chronologically organized anthology juxtaposes the voices and experiences of travelers, exiles, and colonizers who have lived in or visited the Mediterranean region since before 1200 B.C.E. Literary and historical texts and a gallery of maps, architecture, photographs, and paintings provide glimpses of travel and migration, trade routes, military conquest, and cultural exchange. Together, these selections highlight the networks of connections, intersections, and interruptions that animate a vital and contested geographical space.
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Jox
Mediterranean Passages are a well-chosen review of texts. Fortunately, some of them are not written from the Westerners’ point of view. And, fortunately, they only in a part deal with politics. Therefor this reader can serve as a good starting point for insight into the polychrome and multifaceted long lasted Mediterranean reality.