In this Issue
The Journal of Mediterranean Studies is an interdisciplinary journal published twice yearly. It is specifically aimed at scholars whose professional academic interests are concerned with Mediterranean societies and cultures within the fields of Social Anthropology, History, Classics and Archeology, Popular Art and Literature. The journal intends to provide a forum whereby scholars working in academically and geographical contiguous areas can explore, and be exposed to, parallel and related theoretical issues. It sets out to establish a framework for interdisciplinary discussion, particularly important when studying Mediterranean societies and cultures, and to encourage dialogue between academics.
published byMediterranean Institute, University of Malta
viewing issueVolume 18, Number 2, 2008
Table of Contents
- pp. 197-211
- Forlorn, Ancient District: : Gázi as Gayborhood?
- pp. 241-264
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