In them one sees absurdly expanded bodies, prostheses, and fetishes, the veiling of old identities
and the awakening of new ones.
Post-Saddam Iraq; new realities, old identities
, changing patterns.
The trail symbolizes the ways that Italians and Italian Americans both cling to old identities
and search for ways to adapt to change.
Envisaging the emergence of a new Islamic identity from the ruins of old identities
, they arrogantly rejected histories, customs and values that existed before and actively tried to obliterate them.
Some Indians say the strict taboos are outdated in a rapidly urbanizing country, where old identities
are fragmenting and young couples are asserting their right to choose whom they marry.
Change requires a departure from our old identities
The Scots teenagers we followed left their old identities
at the school gates and made the journey as the 5th battalion Queen Anne Pals, with their teachers as officers.
In the end, they manage to stretch the boundaries of old identities
, finding room for a bastardized version of an American ghetto art form in the very definition of contemporary Korean culture.
The announcement also left English regimental commanders sidelined by their Scottish counterparts over their fight to keep traditional names after the Ministry of Defence ruled only the five new Scottish battalions would have their old identities
prefixed at the start of the new titles.
Danticat's pain-filled novels of battle scarred and emotionally wounded immigrants who come to America to build new lives and shed old identities
only to find themselves inextricably tied to a homeland they both love and hate, also resonate with thousands of non-Haitian readers.
This scene perhaps re-centers the categories that stabilize difference; Fergus and Dil have both fallen back into their old identities
In the post-Tito era, when the international constellation changed, the old identities
of ethnicity and religion reemerged.