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Martyrdom : Canonisation, Contestation and Afterlives.

Author/Creator:
Saloul, Ihab.
Publication:
Amsterdam : Amsterdam University Press, 2020.
Format/Description:
Book
1 online resource (321 pages)
Series:
Heritage and Memory Studies
Heritage and Memory Studies
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Subjects:
Martyrdom.
Form/Genre:
Electronic books.
Contents:
Cover
Table of Contents
Acknowledgments
Introduction
Jan Willem van Henten and Ihab Saloul
1 The Interaction of Canon and History
Some Assumptions
Tobias Nicklas
2 The Changing Worlds of the Ten Rabbinic Martyrs
Yair Furstenberg
3 'Who Were the Maccabees?'
The Maccabean Martyrs and Performances on Christian Difference
Jennifer Wright Knust
4 Perpetual Contest
Mieke Bal
5 'Martyrs of Love'
Genesis, Development and Twentieth Century Political Application of a Sufi Concept
Asghar Seyed-Gohrab
6 Commemorating World War I Soldiers as Martyrs
Jan Willem van Henten
7 The Scarecrow Christ
The Murder of Matthew Shepard and the Making of an American Culture Wars Martyr
Paul Middleton
8 Icons of Revolutionary Upheaval
Arab Spring Martyrs
Friederike Pannewick
9 Yesterday's Heroes?
Canonisation of Anti-Apartheid Heroes in South Africa
Jeremy Punt
10 The Martyrdom of the Seven Sleepers in Transformation
From Syriac Christianity to the Qur'ān and to the Dutch-Iranian Writer Kader Abdolah
Marcel Poorthuis
11 'Female Martyrdom Operations'
Gender and Identity Politics in Palestine
Ihab Saloul
12 Hollywood Action Hero Martyrs in 'Mad Max Fury Road'
Laura Copier
Index
List of Illustrations
Jan Willem van Henten
Figure 1 Mosaic by Franz Grau at the German Military Cemetery at Hooglede, Belgium
Figure 2 Memorial Building by Robert Tischler at the German Military Cemetery at Donsbrüggen, Germany
Figure 3 Mosaic of Tree of Life, by Franz Grau, Chapel of the German Military Cemetery at Menen, Belgium
Friederike Pannewick
Figure 4 Muḥammad Maḥmūd Street, Wall of the American University of Cairo, September 2012
Figure 5 Muḥammad Maḥmūd Street, Wall of the American University of Cairo, September 2012.
Figure 6 Muḥammad Maḥmūd Street, Wall of the American University of Cairo, September 2012
Figure 7 and 8 Muḥammad Maḥmūd Street, Wall of the American University of Cairo, September 2012
Laura Copier
Figure 9 War boy calls on his fellow war boys to witness him
Figure 10 The first failed attempt at martyrdom by Nux
Figure 11 Nux implores Capable to witness him
Figure 12 Angharad using herself and her unborn child as a protective shield
Figure 13 Angharad's martyred body
Figure 14 Furiosa's frustration
Figure 15 Furiosa is brought back to life by Max.
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Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2021. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
Contributor:
van Henten, Jan Willem.
Other format:
Print version: Saloul, Ihab Martyrdom
ISBN:
9789048540211
OCLC:
1140411896