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Stereotypes and Alterity in the Mediterranean

Preface......................................................... Anthony Spiteri

The Significance of Collective Identities in Intergroup Relations ..................... Jan Berting & Christian Villain-Gandossi

The Mediterranean Basin- Between the Glorious Past and the Uncertain Future ...................... Silvo Devetak

Alterity in Arab Jordanian Rural Communities: A Case Study from Shatana, a Village in North Jordan ............... Mohanna Haddad

The Impact of National Conflict and Peace on the Formation of the Image of the other: How Palestinians in Israel Perceive, and are Perceived by Others ............... Aziz Haidar

Islamic Activism and the Western Search for a New Enemy ..................... Saad Eddin Ibrahim

Mediterranean Migrations and Arab-American Stereotypes ..................... Nancybeth Jackson

Reducing Stereotypes between Two Conflicting Groups: The Case of a Palestinian-Israeli Youth Group Project Evaluation Report ....................... Nabil Khattab

L'Enfant Mediterraneen et la Perception de l'Autre: Perspective d'Integration .................. Mamosi S. Lelo

Le Stereotype et la Vie en Ghetto Facilitent-ils l'Adaptation du Migrant? L'Exemple du Bassin Mediterraneen .......................... Yves Libert & Francoise Bartiaux

A City of 'Strangers': The Socio-Cultural Construction of Manhood in Jaffa ............... Daniel Monterescu

Discrimination, Relative Deprivation, and Expectations of Young Jews and Arabs in Israel......................... Dahlia Moore

L'Image de la Culture Arabo-Musulmane et l'Integration de l'Immigre Maghrebin en Europe ...................... Mustapha Nasraoui

Un Danger Islamiste a Bruxelles: Construction d'une Image et Crise Politique de l'Islam en Belgique ..................... Lionel Panafit

D'une Mer a un Ocean: La Culture Mediterraneenne au Bresil ........................... Miriam Pillar Grossi & Carmen Silvia Rial

La Question Feminine Entre le Volontarisme Politique et le Conservatisme Social .......................... Zeyneb Samandi

Stigma and Exile ............................ Sanja M. Spoljar-Vrzina    
Calendar
Notices
Next Seminar
The next seminar entitled 'Stressful life events, health and well-being: historical and cultural perspectives' by Professor Mark Jackson (University of Exeter) is going to be held on 27th October 2016 at 17:30hrs at the Mediterranean Institute (Razzett tal-Hursun) University of Malta.
Beauty and the Hospital in History: Call for Papers

The eleventh conference of the International Network for the History of Hospitals is going to be held 6th - 8th April 2017.

MediterrAsians - Affinities in Society, Geography, History, Culture
This conference is going to be held on 16 February 2017.
Public Seminar - Caribbean Radicals, a new Italian Saint, and a Feminist Challenge
This public seminar is going to be held on Tuesday 9 February at 17.30 at the Mediterranean Institute Farmhouse. Lecturer: Professor Marcel van der Linden (International Institute of Social History, Amsterdam). 
Public Seminar
Professor Eric Dursteler ( Brigham Young University) will be delivering a lecture entitled 'Of Women Learned in the Tongues': Gender and Language in the Early Modern Mediterranean on Thursday 19th November at 12.00 hrs at the Mediterranean Institute farmhouse, Ir-Razzett tal-Hursun, University of Malta. 
Public Seminar - The Local and the Global: Malta, Media and Empire in the Mediterranean World, 1920s-1960s
This public seminar is going to be held next Thursday 22 October at 17.30 at the Mediterranean Institute Farmhouse. Lecturer: Dr Chandrika Kaul (Faculty of Modern History, University of St Andrews, Scotland)
Supervision for M.A./Ph.D research
The Mediterranean Institute is providing trans-disciplinary supervision for Masters of Arts and Doctoral research...
2016 International Mediterranean Conference
"Transnational imaginaries: the Mediterranean past and presence" - The fourth conference in the series organised by the Institute for Mediterranean Studies, Busan University of Foreign Studies and the Mediterranean Institute at the University of Malta will be held on the 27-28 January 2015. Further information available here.
Public Seminar - Transhipments of Slaves: Relations between Malta and the British Consuls in the late 19th century.
Dr Michael Refalo will be delivering this public seminar on 12th May 2015 at 17.30 hrs. Venue: Mediterranean Institute, Ir-Razzett tal-Hursun, University of Malta, Msida.
Registration Open for the Mediterranean Fractures International Symposium
Online registration for the forthcoming Mediterranean Fractures international symposium, hosted by the Mediterranean Institute in collaboration with the University of Kent and the Associazione Italiana di Studi sulle Culture e Letterature di Lingua Inglese (AISCLI), is now open. The registration portal and conference website can be accessed here: http://www.um.edu.mt/events/mediterranean2015/home
Public Seminar - Re-Igniting Passion on Issues of Development: Active learning and learning by doing in Global Development Issue.
Dr Alex Apostolides (European University of Cyprus) will be delivering this public seminar on 29 April 2015 at 17.00hrs. Venue: Mediterranean Institute, Ir-Razzett tal-Hursun, University of Malta.
Public Seminar: British Labour and Britain's Mediterranean Empire. The case of Malta.
Prof. Andrew Thorpe (University of Exeter) will be delivering this public seminar on 23rd April 2015 at 1730hrs. Venue: Mediterranean Institute, Ir-Razzett tal-Ħursun, University of Malta. 
Public Seminar: Necessity and Choice, Tradition and Invention (17 Mar.)
Prof. Carmel Cassar will be delivering a public seminar entitled 'Necessity and Choice, Tradition and Invention. The making of Mediterranean Diet' on Tuesday 17 March 2015 at 1730hrs. Venue: Mediterranean Institute, Ir-Razzett tal-Ħursun, University of Malta.
Academic Oration by Prof. J. Chircop
To have access to the Academic Oration delivered by Prof. John Chircop on Monday 1st December 2014 please click here.
Research Projects

The Mediterranean Institute has launched the following three trans-disciplinary research projects as part of its research strategy for the next three years. Academics and independent scholars who are interested in contributing to any one of these research teams should contact the principal coordinator of this research programme: Prof John Chircop.  

The research themes are: Development and Underdevelopment in the Mediterranean; Water; Thalassic Imaginaries - the Narratives of Sea Communities. For further details please click here.

Call for Papers
Call for Papers for the international conference: Intercultural Hybridity in Mediterranean Civilizations

Public Seminar: Sicilian Symmetrical Identity (19 Feb)
The next seminar entitled 'Sicilian Symmetrical Identity: between the Mediterranean and the European Continent' is going to be delivered by Prof. Jung Ha Kim of the Institute for Mediterranean Studies, Busan University of Foreign Studies, South Korea on 19 February 2015 at the Mediterranean Institute, Ir-Razzett tal-Ħursun, University of Malta at 1730 hrs.
Mediterranean under Quarantine Programme and Abstracts
For the Programme please click here. To access the Abstract please click here.
Thalassic Imaginaries Conference
Thalassic Imaginaries: the Mediterranean Sea in Language, Art and Other forms of representation is going to be held on the 23 and 24 of January 2015 at the Mediterranean Institute, Ir-Razzett tal-Hursun - University of Malta. For the programme please click here.
 
 
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