The Mediterranean Institute is pleased to announce that Issue 29.1 of the Journal of Mediterranean Studies has just been published.
Featured in this issue are contributions on bucolic drama and Greece, the origins of Saint Joseph University in Beirut, the Malta-Scicli connection in the early modern period, European postcolonialism and cultural policy in the Mediterranean, attitudes towards the teaching of Italian in Istria, as well as teacher code-switching in the East Mediterranean context.
The contributions are by Anastasia Karakasidou (Wellesley College), Rafaël Herzstein (The Open University of Israel and the University of Haifa), Ivan Grech (American University of Malta), Karsten Xuereb (University of Malta), Nada Poropat Jeletic (Juraj Dobrila —University of Pula, Croatia), and Elena Kkese (Cyprus University of Technology; UCLan Cyprus).
The issue also comprises Daniela DeBono’s review of Naor Ben-Yehoyada’s book ‘The Mediterranean Incarnate: Region Formation between Sicily and Tunisia since World War II’ (University of Chicago Press, 2017) and Theresa Vella’s book review of Vicki Ann Cremona’s ‘Carnival and Power: Play and Politics in a Crown Colony' (Palgrave Macmillan, 2018).
The electronic version of JMS Issue 29.1 will be available online from the Project Muse platform in the next days.
Currently, the journal has an open call for submissions to general issues of JMS. For further information on the Journal, kindly email the General Editor, Dr Norbert Bugeja or visit the JMS site at the Mediterranean Institute UM portal.