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Journal of Levantine Studies | Vol 3. No. 1 Summer 2013 Now Available Online and in Print www.levantine-journal.org The fifth issue of the Journal of Levantine Studies (JLS) is now published and available in print and online. The articles featured in the current issue, edited by guest editors Steven Kaplan and Merav Mack, examines the transnational nature of contemporary Christian communities in the Holy Land. Vol. 3, No. 1, Summer 2013 Galia Sabar Between Israel and the Holy Land, between the Global and the Local: The Role of African Initiated Churches within African Transnational Migration to Israel Adoram Schneidleder The Imagined Christian Ecumene and the Quest for Return: Christian IDPs in Israel and the 2009 Visit of Benedict XVI Heleen Murre-van den Berg Michelle Syen E-Transnationalism: The Case of the Christian Zionist Community in Israel Steven Kaplan The Transnationalism of the Ethiopian Orthodox Tawahedo Church (EOTC) in the Holy Land dock-ument Zohar Kohavi Reviews Kivanc Ulusoy Elise Massicard. The Alevis in Turkey and Europe: Identity and Managing Territorial Diversity. New York: Routledge, 2013. 255 pp. Julia Clancy-Smith. Mediterraneans: North Africa and Europe in an Age of Migration, c. 1800-1900. Berkeley: University of California Press, 2011. 445 pp. Review by Palmira Brummett Milka Levy-Rubin. Non-Muslims in the Early Islamic Empire: From Surrender to Coexistence. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2011. 267 pp. Arietta Papaconstantinou Ali M. Ansari. The Politics of Nationalism in Modern Iran. New York: Cambridge University Press, 2012. 327 pp. Review by Saziye Burcu Giray JLS is a peer-reviewed journal published by the Van Leer Jerusalem Institute. The journal is dedicated to the critical study of the social, political and cultural settings which, in various periods of history, have been known as the Levant. As a new platform for theoretical and empirical scholarship, JLS aims to reclaim the notion of the Levant as a historical and political concept and as a category of identity and classification. JLS is published biannually both in print and online and subscriptions are available for private and institutional subscribers. For subscription, submission guidelines, and other inquiries please contact us: email@example.com www.levantine-journal.org Posted by: Nathalie Alyon, Assistant Editor, Journal of Levantine Studies (firstname.lastname@example.org) --