Terrorist Transgressions

The objective of terrorist transgression as stipulated by Sue and Gabriel (67) is to analyze the various myths that individuals have towards terrorists. Besides, there is the identification of the multiple ways in which agency contributes to representation in some techniques such as inversion and invocation of the stereotypical gender (Sue & Gabriel 68). Equally […]

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The Meeting Points

What interested me the most in Omar Kholeif’s interview with WHW is how the “Meeting Points” changed its form and event in each different location. As WHM explains, such approach, partly, has to do with what is possible in certain places, not only in terms of material conditions and realization, which of course will be […]

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Generic Categorization in Arab Art

What left me with the deepest impression in Omar Kholeif’s “The Social Impulse: Politics, Media and Art After the Arab Uprisings” is his discussion on how generic categorization can restrain Arab artists’ abilities to create artworks, and how socializing media can work against the formation of such categorization. Artistic works, from very traditional forms such […]

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The Power of Media

In the US terrorism has been treated as the ignition source for most of the action that the country has taken in the Middle East and prisoner rights at Guantanamo Bay prison. In the article by Lisa Hajjar Tweeting form Guantanamo: Recording History 1400 characters at a Time, we are informed of the conditions inside […]

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The Oriental Image

In the article “The Clash of Civilizations” it is highlighted the struggle that exists in the different classifications of humanity. We find that we have grouped ourselves into different categories such as the city where we come from, our nationalities, and lastly and the greatest grouping of them all is the grouping according to our […]

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