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CBRL journal articles temporarily available as open access

CBRL journal articles temporarily available as open access

 

 

 

 

In response to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, CBRL has made several articles of relevant themes from our journal Contemporary Levant, available as open access. We hope that these online resources prove helpful to all those conducting research on the potential impact of this virus in the Levant.

The following articles will be available shortly as open access until September 2020:

Abdalhadi Alijla, Gazzawi as bare life? An auto-ethnography of borders, siege, and statelessness, Volume 4, 2019 - issue 2

Emanuel Schaeublin, Islam in face-to-face interaction: direct zakat giving in Nablus (Palestine), Volume 4, 2019 - issue 2

Matthew R. Stevens, The collapse of social networks among Syrian refugees in urban Jordan, Volume 1, 2016 – issue 1

Esther Meininghaus, Emergency aid in intra-state war and implications for post-conflict reconstruction: the Syrian medical system, Volume 1, 2016 - issue 2

Elizabeth Saleh, The master cockroach: scrap metal and Syrian labour in Beirut’s informal economy, Volume 1, 2016 – issue 2

Christiane J. Fröhlich, Climate migrants as protestors? Dispelling misconceptions about global environmental change in pre-revolutionary Syria, Volume 1, 2016 - issue 1

For readers of our journal, Levant, we are also pleased to offer the latest issue as open access until September, Volume 50, 2018.

We would like to thank our publishers, Taylor & Francis for making these articles temporarily available.

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