Table of contents for Popular culture and nationalism in Lebanon : the Fairouz and Rahbani nation / Christopher Stone.

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Introduction										1
- Fairouz at the 1998 Baalbeck Festival					?
- The Academic Marginalization of Theater					?
- Sources									?
- Methodology									?
- Chapter Outline								?
Chapter One: Baalbeck and the Rahbanis: Folklore, 				?
Ancient History and Nationalism								
- Baalbeck: Whose Site Is It Anyway?					?
- The Baalbeck Festival: ¿Finally/Forever Anchored in Lebanese life¿	?
- The Beginnings of the Baalbeck Festival 					?
and the Beginnings of the Nation	
- Folklore at Baalbeck: The Appropriation of the Popular, Part One		?
- The Baalbeck Festival: ¿A Mirror with Two Faces¿			?
		
- The Festival program: ¿A Festival in and of Itself"				?
		
Chapter Two: The Musical Theater of the Rahbani Brothers:			?
 Representation and the Formation of Subjectivities
- The "Stunning" Reception of the Rahbanis and 				?
Fairouz at Baalbeck in 1957	
- Radio and the Pre-1957 Rahbani Brothers: 					? 
Rumba, Refrigerators and the Lebanese Song
- From Sayyid Darwish to the Rahbani Brothers: 				?
Musical Theater and Commitment
		
- The Rahbani Brothers, Chamoun, Chehab and Chiha: 			?
- The Cultural Politics of Nationalism					?		
- The Moon¿s Bridge and the Miracle of National Unity: 			?
The Rahbani Brothers and Said Akl
- The Holiday of Glory and The Night and the Lantern:			?
Inclusivity Through Exclusivity, or the ¿Other¿ in the 
Early Theater of the Rahbani Brothers			
- ¿I am the Word, You are the Song,¿ 					?
or the Appropriation of the Popular, Part Two: 
From Folkloric to Operatic, from the Baalbeck Festival to Beirut
		
- Representation and The Ring Seller: 					?
¿The Word Became a Man¿ or ¿The Lie¿ Versus ¿The Story¿
- "The Rahbanis' Lebanon"							?
		
- The Days of Fakhr al-Din: Exception to the Rule?				?
Chapter Three: Ziad Rahbani¿s Theatrical "Novelization" of			?
		 the Rahbanis' Lebanon	
		
- The Decline of the Trinity: 							? 
The Post-1967 Rahbani Brothers	
	
- Happiness Hotel: Prognostication or Proclamation?			?
- Petra: Civil War and the Theater of the Rahbani Brothers			?
		
- What Do We Need to Do Tomorrow and A Long American Film:		?
The Paradox of Parody
		
- A Failure: The Power of Parody						?
		
- Ziad and the Novelization of the Rahbanis¿ Lebanon			?
Chapter Four: Fairouz and/as the Nation 					?
		
- Fairouz as Metaphor for the Nation						?
- "Fairouz Was and Remains a Villager:" 					?
the Appropriation of the Popular, Part Three	
		
- Fairouz: "Prisoner of the Mold"						?
- Fairouz and Ziad: From Sky to Earth, from Mother to Daughter		?	
Conclusion: Beiteddine 2000 and beyond						?
Appendix: The Musical Theater of the Rahbanis					?
Notes:											?
Bibliography										?
Index											?

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Popular music -- Lebanon -- History and criticism.
Musical theater -- Lebanon -- 20th century.
Lebanon -- Popular culture.
Nationalism in music.
Fayrêauz.
Raáohbêaanêai, êaAáosêai.
Raáohbêaanêai, Manáosêaur.