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Within the final decade of the 20 th century and on into the twenty-first, Israelis and Palestinians observed the signing of the Oslo Peace Accords, the institution of the Palestinian Authority, the assassination of Israeli leading Minister Yitzhak Rabin, and the escalation of suicide bombings and retaliations within the zone.
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11 In Homi Bhabha’s words, the “truest eye may now belong to the migrant’s double vision” (1994: 5). Barbara Kirshenblatt-Gimblett Introduction / 13 has described the “cultural foregrounding effect” of the immigrant experience (1983: 44) in her work with Jewish immigrants in Canada. And Victor Turner articulated the seminal position on this notion of the special vantage point offered by marginality in his classic study of Ndembu ritual when he noted that the “phenomena and processes of mid-transition .
I suggest that the same importance is accorded to both traditional and modern artful performances in the Tibetan refugee community, events that are both painful and deeply gratifying through their embodiment and confirmation of a recognizable Tibetan style and whose purpose is to establish a “hegemony of feelings” (Keil 1985: 126). This attention to what is and is not “Tibetan” is exaggerated in the multicultural context of exile and speaks directly to the political nature of “taste” (cf. Bourdieu 1984).
Earlier structuralist efforts in ethnography celebrated and sought to decode the systemic unity of cultures and were, therefore, focused on the “typical” or the “normal,” while, today, culture making is generally understood in terms of a dialectic between creativity and constraints. Many anthropologists—as well as literary critics, historians, linguists, psychologists, and others—seek to reveal local or in-group taxonomies and thought processes by studying marginalized peoples (ethnic minorities, migrants, slaves, exiles, illegal aliens, colonials, missionaries, prisoners, the mentally ill, and so on).