6 edition of Gender, Religion and Change in the Middle East found in the catalog.
May 12, 2005 by Berg Publishers .
Written in English
|Contributions||Inger Marie Okkenhaug (Editor), Ingvild Flaskerud (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||288|
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Prescott, AZ Circulation: Reference: Google Map. Verde Valley Campus, Bldg M. Abstract. This essay discusses the major trends in the study of gender, religion, and state in the Middle East from colonialism to the Arab Spring.
Showing how the Cited by: 1. Gendering the Middle East and North Africa The study of social change has tended to regard certain societal institutions and structures as central and then to. When covering a charged subject like gender in the Middle East, it is important to consider Gender the progression of rights over time, the value of the family.
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Women and Religion in the Middle East. Religion goes hand in hand with culture, and in the Muslim countries this is very apparent.
The cultural importance of men Estimated Reading Time: 9 mins. Nikki R. Keddie and Beth Baron, eds. Women in Middle Eastern History: Shifting Boundaries in Sex and Gender (Yale, ). Leila Ahmed, Women and Gender in.
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Book Description. This book examines the position of women in the contemporary Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region. Although it is culturally diverse, this. Gender and Social Change in the Middle East SECOND EDITION Valentine M.
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Whether because of politics, religion, or common. Book Description. Synthesizing the results of the extensive research on women and gender done over the last twenty years, Margaret L. Meriwether and Judith E. Tucker provide an accessible overview of the scholarship on women and gender in the nineteenth- and twentieth-century Middle East.
The book is organized along thematic lines that reflect. The Gender and Sexuality Seminar Series discusses key debates and new approaches to the theory and study of women, gender and sexuality in the Middle. concepts of cultural freedoms in the Arab region and elsewhere in the Middle East.
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Gender Relations in the Middle East Will they ever be equal. Chapter 6 7 2. When there was no God Pros for Women. With essays on gender construction in Iran, Turkey, Israel, Morocco, Egypt, Lebanon, and the Occupied Territories, this collection offers a wide-ranging exploration of.
Demonstrating a new and powerful focus for comparative and historical inquiries into Islamic law and social practices, this book marks a fresh point of departure for. The Middle Eastern wars and conflicts unleashed by the attacks of 11 September and the Arab uprisings have had a profound effect on women and gender in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region.
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In our poetry. Gender Stereotyped Roles and the Middle East Scott Douglas Jacobsen and guest, Joana Aziz, discuss her experience living in Syria and Lebanon, and sense of Saudi.
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interests in the Middle East. Shelves: gender-feminism, middle-east A collection of essays that detangles any monolithic notions of women in Islam.
Keddie's introduction lays out some important 5(2). A book review of Nadine Nabers new book, Arab America: Gender, and why so many of them are fighting for change. Discusses the role of woman in the. despite its peculiar understanding of religion; and are simplistic about the dynamics of hu man social life, whether in analyzing social systems or the social and cultural construe The Debate about Gender, Religion, and Rights: Thoughts of a Middle East Anthropologist LILA ABU-LUGHOD tion of subjectivity, which has serious impli.They show that gender boundaries in the Middle East have been neither fixed nor immutable: changes in family patterns, religious rituals, socio-economic .Al-Ali's book also takes issue with prevailing constructions of 'the West' and its perceived dichotomous relation to 'the East'.
The argument is constructed around interviews which afford fascinating insights into the history of the women's movement in Egypt, notions about secularism and how Islamist constituencies have impacted on women's.