The right to own property is something we generally take for granted. For refugees living in camps, in some cases for as long as generations, the link between citizenship and property ownership becomes strained. How do refugees protect these assets and preserve communal ties? How do they maintain a sense of identity and belonging within chaotic settings?...
Publisher : Columbia University Press
published : 2016
Delicious Comfort Food Dishes Inspired by an Immigrant?s Story of Success Today, Mike?s City Diner is the destination for foodies from all over the world, but it didn?t always used to be this way. Jay Hajj was born in Beirut and came to Boston to flee the violence of the Lebanese Civil War. Packed with mouth-watering recipes and inspiring stories...
Publisher : Page Street Publishing
published : 2017
Crucial to understanding Islam is a recognition of the role of Muslim networks. The earliest networks were Mediterranean trade routes that quickly expanded into transregional paths for pilgrimage, scholarship, and conversion, each network complementing and reinforcing the others. This volume selects major moments and key players from the seventh century...
Publisher : The University of North Carolina Press
published : 2006