“The Alternative to One is Not Many:” Theorizing Lebanese Sectarianism through Partial Connections

Rosenbaum, Isabel W.


  • In this thesis, I apply Marilyn Strathern’s theory of partial connections (2001) and Gal and Irvine’s work on fractals (2000; 2019) to Lebanese sectarianism. I show how applying an analytical framework rooted in partial connections and fractals to Lebanon’s sectarian landscape creates alternative ways to think about the roles of violence, place, and space in the formation of identities and politics. ... read more
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