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Lebanese in Motion Gender and the Making of a Translocal Village. the book shows how»place«, which has become a vital political, economic and social resource, continues to be of tremendous significance in the age of mobility and change. »Lebanese in Motion. 書評 Anja Peleikis: Lebanese in motion: gender and the making of a translocal village 池田 昭光 日本中東学会年報 (), , Inventing Home: Emigration, Gender, and the Middle Class in Lebanon, – Berkeley/Los Angeles/London: University of California Press, Lebanese in Motion: Gender and the Making of a Translocal Village. Bielefeld: Transcript, Schulz, Book summary views reflect the number of visits to the book . Globalisation and transnational migration have altered people's understanding of as well as their relationship to their»dwelling places«and»places of origin«. Taking the empirical case of the South Lebanese Shi'ite village of Zrariye and its migrant population in Abidjan/Côte d'Ivoire, the book .
Anja Peleikis is a postdoctoral research fellow at the Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology in Halle/Saale, Germany. Having worked on Lebanese transnational migration and mixed . »Lebanese in Motion«explores how villagers»at home«and»abroad«are involved in producing a»translocal village-in-the-making«, which emanates as a social field through their practices and . Tamara's main research interests are in gender relations and social change in contemporary China. Her publication Rural Women in Urban China: Gender, Migration, and Social Change (ME Sharpe, Armonk, New York and London, ) won the American Anthropological Association's Francis Hsu prize for best book . Gareth May from was invited to watch Joybear Pictures, a London-based production company, shoot a porn film. It starts with the owner, Justin Santos, asking for a 'p***y light.'.