Manifold Destiny: Arabs at an American Crossroads of Exceptional Rule
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To browse Academia. Set at the border where Brazil, Paraguay, and Argentina meet, this book asks how Muslim Lebanese, Palestinians, and Syrians fold into a hemisphere historically troubled by U. Subsequently, from the s to today, they underwent not full democratic enfranchisement but rather increasing counterterrorist surveillance. At a hemispheric crossroads between the authoritarian past and counterterrorist present, this account draws on fifteen months of anthropological and historical research from each side of this border as well as the U.
John Karam. Anaxsuell Fernando. In Latin America, the region known as the Triple Frontier is known for its qualitative religious diversification. Different expressions of believing and feeling abound in the neighborhoods and streets of the border towns Ciudad del Este Paraguay , Puerto Iguaçu Argentina and Foz do Iguaçu Brazil.
The Christian hegemony, important in Latin America, shares space with African religions and with a notable presence of Islam. This dynamic makes the Triple Frontier a privileged geographic region to think about the religious dynamics in Latin America. There is, in this part of the continent, strong socio-cultural interrelations that are fed by the intense flow of material and symbolic religious goods circulating on the frontier.
In this sense, the article we propose for this special issue of the journal seeks to discuss how these religious practices have been organized and maintained in the social, dynamic and multiform context of the frontier region.
Finally, in treating the public sphere as a relational and discursive form, this approach will allow us to make visible the relationships between subjects of religious discourse and abstractly construct a model of the circulation network of categories to understand the dynamics of the production processes of legitimacy in the frontier region.
Guillermina Seri. Anibal Amazigh. Adriano Mendes Barbosa. Menara Lube Guizardi , Pablo Mardones. We analyze the current Brazilian political context by investigating the present impact of the imaginations of militarism, disseminated on these borders since We use an ethnographic methodology, with 60 qualitative interviews and a focus group with 11 participants international migrant students, teachers and technical staff from the University of Latin American Integration.
The results show that xenophobia was converted into official discourse in Brazil, articulating statements that advocate intolerance towards minorities and vulnerable sectors. This particularly affects Foz, given the border and military configurations of the city. Likewise, the study allows us to conclude that both speeches and xenophobic practices are articulated by racist imaginary that most strongly impact migrant women.
Gustavo Lins Ribeiro. Alejandro Benedetti. Isabelle C Somma de Castro. Micael Alvino da Silva. Patricia Trujillo. Nathaniel Greenberg. Marcos Alan Ferreira. Evan Ellis. Christian Azevedo. William Costanza. Ken Chitwood. Andres J. Chaves Huertas. Andrés Chaves H. Richard Narich. Rosana Pinheiro-Machado. Federico Ferretti.
Journal of Latin American and Caribbean Anthropology. Carly Schuster. Carlos Escudé. Alejandro Frenkel. Frederico Freitas. David Vogel PhD. Daniel Flemes. Luis L Schenoni. Rosana Baeninger. Louise Shelley. Andrés Malamud. Christopher E Larkosh. Alline Pedra Jorge. Olivier Dabène. Douglas de Toledo Piza. Log in with Facebook Log in with Google. Remember me on this computer.
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Third World Limits 54 3. Free Trade Security 5. In Spanish and Portu- guese, destino can mean destination and destiny. In Arabic, al-wijha is destination whereas al-qadr evokes a pre-determined destiny. The research that resulted in this book began at a more optimistic time, in specifically. I completed most of the research by , when it seemed that this hemisphere was headed for somewhere other than the conjunction where we now find ourselves.
Over these years, I met and married my wife, and we welcomed into the world our daughter whose vibrant light gives me energy each and every day. I know not where we are bound for, but I am content that we are bound together. Since most have been mentioned in the press, I decided to keep real names, except in cases of some private individuals for whom I use pseudonyms. I will be forever indebted to Mohamad Barakat and Fouad Fakih, who welcomed me at the border and introduced me to many of the protagonists in these pages.
I want to express my sincere appreciation to countless others who I read about in the local border press. At DePaul University, I want to especially thank the Department of Latin American and Latino Studies, which provided institutional and moral support at the very start of this project. At Vanderbilt Univer- sity Press, I sincerely thank acquisitions editor Zachary Gresham and managing production editor Joell Smith-Borne for taking on this project and believing in this book.
I want to extend my particular debt to the anonymous reviewers whose interventions improved the manuscript. Any shortcomings in the coming pages are of my own doing. I thank Aluízio Palmar for permission to use numerous photo- graphs of the Arab community from the newspaper Nosso Tempo.
Their engaged comments made this a better work. In the nearly decade and a half that it took for this book to come to fruition, family meant everything. Words are not enough to express my gratitude to my wife, Josephine Karkafi, who endured years of me writing and rewriting this book. A map of the border where Brazil, Paraguay, and Argentina meet. On the right is the Brazilian city of Foz do Iguaçu.
On the left is the Paraguayan city of Ciudad del Este. Taijen imported consumer goods through Colón- and Miami-based free trade zones before the establishment of the South American trade bloc, known as Mercosur the Spanish acronym for the Southern Common Market.
But in the s, the Argentine state distracted attention from unresolved violence in the capital of Buenos Aires by point- ing fingers at Arabs on the Brazilian and Paraguayan sides of the border. From the s to the s, their business and civic net- works continued in a free trade America, a war-torn America, and a speculative America. The two parts of this book show how over some six decades Arabs came to terms with the authoritarian rise of Bra- zil over the once Argentine- and US-dominated Paraguay as well as the counterterrorist reach of Mercosur and the US.
Set on the Brazilian and Paraguayan sides of the border shared with Argentina and subject to Mercosur and the US, this study casts Arab traders and activists as circumstantial protagonists on a hemi- spheric stage where states suspend or enact law by fiat. Arabs felt that their long-time presence on the Brazilian and Para- guayan sides of the border, where they overwhelmingly live and work, neither erased nor were erased by timeless images of them as suspects that they felt were more common in Argentina and the US.