6 edition of History, space and social conflict in Beirut found in the catalog.
|Statement||Hans Gebhardt ... [et al.].|
|Series||Beiruter Texte und Studien -- Bd. 97|
|Contributions||Gebhardt, Hans., Hanssen, Jens.|
|LC Classifications||DS89.B4 .H578 2005.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 406 p. :|
|Number of Pages||406|
During the Lebanese Civil War, a multinational force including U.S. Marines lands in Beirut to oversee the Palestinian withdrawal from was the beginning of a problem-plagued mission. During WWII Beirut was occupied by the Allies and, thanks to its port, became an important supply centre. In the French left the city and, following Lebanon’s first civil war in , Beirut managed to reinvent itself as one of the main commercial and banking centres of the Middle East. The Arab-Israeli War and then the Six Day.
In April of , Lebanon, the tranquil Middle Eastern country called the Switzerland of the Orient, exploded into a violent conflict that lasted almost two decades. This book explores the convoluted politics and forces within Lebanon and the Near East that made the atmosphere in that tiny republic highly charged, thus inhibiting conflict resolution. The Iran hostage crisis had its origins in a series of events that took place nearly a half-century before it began. The source of tension .
Beirut, oh Damsel of the World, Beirut. How much ink has been spilled -- and let's only think of the ink, for now -- to tell your story? Our city has become something of a literary genre in itself. So much so, that the name itself has become a narrative device. With so many scripts and codes imbued in a geographic area of -- what? 20? km2? -- it's easy to get lost . The difficulty of producing a national history in the aftermath of a divisive conflict has been made more difficult by the fact that the Lebanese state has refused to engage in a debate about how to commemorate the war and how to produce a space for open national debate about the past.
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Dieser Band untersucht "History, Space and Social Conflict in Beirut. History, space and social conflict in Beirut. Beirut: Orient-Institut ; Würzburg: Ergon Verlag in Kommission, (OCoLC) Online version: History, space and social conflict in Beirut.
Beirut: Orient-Institut ; Würzburg: Ergon Verlag in Kommission, (OCoLC) Online version: History, space and social conflict in Beirut. Get this from a library. History, space and social conflict in Beirut: the quarter of Zokak el-Blat. [Hans Gebhardt;].
History, Space and Social Conflict in Beirut. The Quarter of Zokak el-Blat. BTS Beirut (first edition ). History English text with several illustrations. Ralph Bodenstein is the author of History, Space and Social Conflict in Beirut The Quarter of Zokak el-Blat ( avg rating, 1 rating, 0 reviews)5/5(1).
History, space and social conflict in Beirut: the quarter of Zokak el-Blat  Beirut: Orient-Institut ; Würzburg: Ergon Verlag in Kommission, Description.
A second edition of his co-authored book Zokak al-Blat: History, Space and Social Conflict in Beirut” has been released by the Orient Institute in Beirut in He is currently co-editing the OUP Handbook of Contemporary Middle Eastern and North African History with Amal Ghazal; the second CUP volume, Arabic Thought Against the.
He is the author of “Fin de Siècle Beirut: The Making of an Ottoman Provincial Capital”, Oxford, He also co-authored History, Space and Social Conflict in Beirut; The Quarter of Zokak el-Blat inand co-edited Empire in the City; Arab Provincial Capitals in the Late Ottoman Empire inboth published by the German Orient Institute in Beirut.
Beirut (/ b eɪ ˈ r uː t / bay-ROOT; Arabic: بيروت , romanized: Bayrūt; French: Beyrouth) is the capital and largest city of recent population census has been conducted, but estimates ranged from slightly more than 1 million to million as part of Greater Beirut. Located on a peninsula at the midpoint of Lebanon's Mediterranean coast, Beirut is the country's Country: Lebanon.
Buchakjian and Cachard used the book to tell the story of Lebanon's social and political crises through the deserted buildings of Beirut. While the Lebanese civil war () is a prominent theme, the book covers the 19th century to today, documenting how abandoned buildings served as military outposts, prisons and informal quarters for Author: Sam Brennan.
"The History Guy" is a Registered Trademark. History Guy SiteMap. Contact the webmaster Wars and Conflicts of Lebanon. Lebanon Flag.
Lebanon has a long history of civil conflict involving its competing religious and ethnic factions. These factions include the Maronite Christian minority, who are often in conflict with the Muslim majority.
U.S.-Syrian Conflict in Lebanon () The U.S.-Syrian Conflict in Lebanon ()--In the early s, the Middle East was embroiled in a complex and confusing war in Lebanon that drew in many other nations.
Inhouse-Digitalisierung. History, space and social conflict in Beirut: the quarter of Zokak el-Blat / Gebhardt, Hans ; Orient-Institut. Würzburg: Ergon, My research is concerned with civic life and the production of social and spatial inequalities in Beirut, Lebanon.
In my book project, The Insecure City: Space, Power, and Mobility in Beirut, I show how experiences of moving through Beirut are shaped not only by the anticipation of violence, but also by disparities of power that create an uneven urban citizenship based on.
Coordinates The following is a timeline of the history of the city of Beirut, Lebanon This is a dynamic list and may never be able to satisfy particular standards for completeness.
You can help by expanding it with reliably sourced entries. The book is an interesting book about the history of Lebanon. The reader will definitely learn a lot about the modern history of Lebanon starting from the 16th century.
However, the author's political affiliation made him draw certain relations and conclusions that are not objective and are not reliable mainly about the Phalangists and the /5.
Under lockdown in Beirut, I couldn’t race toward the danger, the crisis, the need, the conflict—everything that marked my life as a foreign correspondent. Photograph by Hassan Ammar / AP FacebookAuthor: Jane Ferguson.
Facts about Beirut 3: the government. The seat of the government in Lebanon is located in Beirut. Therefore, the city is called as the center of the economy in the country because there are many companies, corporations and banks located here. The city of Beirut is not going to win any awards for public space anytime soon.
A densely populated metropolis dominated by vehicles and exhaust, it boasts only a smattering of euphemistically designated parks and gardens.
The William Hawi garden in the Geitawi neighborhood, for instance, is not much bigger than the fountain it contains. Also, it’s named. the public space of Beirut’s Park from a mere social collector to a multi-layered, socially and environmentally encompassing, holistic, urban landscape, one all the more vital after the.
Gebhardt, H./Sack, D. (Eds.): History, Space and So-cial Conflict in Beirut. The Quarter of Zokak el-Blat. Beirut (Orient-Institut der DMG Beirut, Beiruter Texte und Studien 97) Auszug aus der Einleitung, verfasst von Ralf Bodenstein, Hans Geb-hardt, Jens Hansen, Bernhard Hillenkamp, Oliver Kögler, Anne Mollen.may have contributed to civil conflict” and that “an education system that reinforces social fissures can represent a dangerous source of conflict.”6 Lebanon’s education, as we will notice, definitely falls under this category.
The education system and organization is linked to Lebanon's history and its heritage, particularly followingFile Size: KB.Kabbani, O R Public Space as Infrastructure: The Case of the Postwar Reconstruction of Beirut, in Projecting Beirut: Episodes in the Construction and Reconstruction of a Modern City.
NY: Prestel-Verlag. Kassir, S. (). Histoire de Beyrouth. [Paris], Fayard. Khalaf, S Heart of Beirut: Reclaiming the Bourj, London: Saqi Books.