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    • The Geographical and Spatial Imaginings of Islamist Extremism/Terrorism 

      Kowalski, Jeremy (University of Waterloo, 2005)
      The contemporary Islamist extremist/terrorist phenomenon has emerged as one of the most significant threats to both regional and international peace, security, and stability. As the international community struggles to ...
    • Mobility and Transnationalism: Travel Patterns and Identity among Palestinian Canadians 

      Zaidan, Esmat (University of Waterloo, 2011-07-11)
      Increased urban diversity in the metropolises of North America urges us to examine the different forms of mobility of transnational communities in cosmopolitan societies. Recent technological advancements, including ...
    • Weaving and identity of the Atayal in Wulai, Taiwan 

      Yoshimura, Mami (University of Waterloo, 2007-09-27)
      Using a feminist approach in a postcolonial setting, the interactions between weaving, identity, gender, tourism development, and post-colonial history are explored. This ethnographic research is focused on the indigenous ...


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