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Cluster index: Matt Hanson

Dionysus in diaspora.

Matt Hanson: ‘In generations past, the steps to Kehila Kedosha Janina were consecrated by the profound nostalgia of a people linked to their beloved city. In its synagogue, Greek- speaking Jews prayed for the land which had been synonymous with the community itself for a thousand years. For its descendants, whether religious or not, Kehila Kedosha Janina stands as a doorway of return, and more, as a spiritual mirror that reflects in each and every individual the significance of who came before them.’

Ottomania: three ‘globalist’ Turkish books.

. Generations, Diasporas, and Translations. A Fortnightly Review.   Ayse Papatya Bucak The Trojan War Museum W.W. Norton & Co. | 192pp | £9.99 $15.99 . Kaya Genç The Lion and the Nightingale I.B. Tauris | 208pp | £17.99 $24.95 . Haydar Ergülen Pomegranate Garden Parthian | 100pp |£8.19  $10.99  By MATT A. HANSON. . […]